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Phonetics Lecture 2 lecture notes Linguistics 101, Professor Philip Hofmeister 7 January 2011 (NOTE: the phonemes in parentheses are not necessarily all the sounds in each category!!!) 1. Segments: consonants Voicing ([p] vs [b], [ S ] vs [ Z ]) Place of articulation. For English (front to back): (bi)labial ([p], [b]) labiodental ([f], [v]) interdental ([ T ], [ D ]) alveolar ([s], [z]) (alveo-palatal) ([ S ], [ Z ]) palatal ([j]) velar ([k], [g]) glottal ([ P ], [h]) Manner of articulation. For English (increasingly vowel-like): stop ([p], [b]) fricative ([s], [z]) affricate ([t S ], [d Z ]) nasal ([m], [n]) liquid (lateral or retroflex) ([l],[ ô ]) glide ([j],[w]) 2. Segments: vowels Tongue height: High ([i], [u]) Mid ([ E ], [ O ]) Low ([ ae ], [ A ]) 1
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Tongue advancement: Front ([ I ], [ ae ]) Central ([ @ ]) Back ([u], [ A ]) Lip rounding: Rounded ([u], [o]) Unrounded ([i], [
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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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