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Unformatted text preview: LIGN101 01.5.2011 Phonetics: Articulation & Speech Sounds Philip Hofmeister lign 101 01.07.2011 articulation Speech is air! Changes in air pressure cause air fow that move through the trachea and into the oral cavity Typically, air pressure mechanism is pulmonic: chest cavity is reduced --> pressure builds in the lungs lign 101 01.07.2011 articulation lign 101 01.07.2011 articulation lign 101 01.07.2011 articulation lign 101 01.07.2011 articulation Cricoid cartilage Arytenoids: rocking movement brings vocal folds together and apart Thyroid cartilage: movement strengthens or lengthens the vocal folds (affecting frequency) lign 101 01.07.2011 lign 101 01.07.2011 lign 101 01.07.2011 articulation lign 101 01.07.2011 articulation for all consonants, there are three critical components that we need to know about: voiced or voiceless : are the vocal cords vibrating? place of articulation : where is the constriction in the vocal tract? manner of articulation : whats the constriction like? Is it a complete constriction, nearly complete, complete but then released (affricates)? lign 101 01.07.2011 consonants: voiced or voicing voiced: vocal cords are vibrating voiceless: vocal cords are not vibrating lign 101 01.07.2011 consonants: place of articulation...
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This note was uploaded on 12/11/2011 for the course LIGN 101 taught by Professor Levy,r during the Fall '08 term at UCSD.

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