Phonetics V - Today Phonetics V Consonants Vowels(cont...

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1 Phonetics V Sept. 30, 2011 Today Vowels Recap Last class, we… Consonants Place, manner, phonation Variations in speech Recap: IPA Chart (consonants) Practice: Which sound is represented by the underlined letter? tough , ph rase, f lood, leaf gh ost Give the segment that corresponds to the following description bilabial voiceless stop [p] velar nasal stop [ ŋ ] alveolar nasal stop [n] labiodental voiceless fricative [f]
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2 Describe the following segments [t] voiceless alveolar stop [z] voiced alveolar fricative [h] voiceless glottal fricative [k] Voiceless velar stop [b] voiced bilabial stop Recommended website Daniel Hall’s Interactive Sagittal Section http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~danhall/phonet ics/sammy.html Vowels Reminder: vowels are syllabic (i.e., can form the “core” of a syllable), sonorant sounds made with a relatively open vocal tract Vowel sounds/qualities are produced by changing the position of the tongue, shaping the lips, lowering or raising the velum, and
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This note was uploaded on 12/13/2011 for the course LING 101 taught by Professor Teddemen during the Fall '11 term at University of Alberta.

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Phonetics V - Today Phonetics V Consonants Vowels(cont...

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