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Unformatted text preview: Transcription angel announce baby behave bone bottom car cheer cheese church course craft down due east eye floor frog had harm health heart her horse ice instead joint key loaf luck made oily paddle prize rich rooster score sharp shirt sigh sight sludge star tape there thought through throw thunder vague voice Transcription Suprasegmentals Three properties of sounds in general are relevant: Suprasegmentals Three properties of sounds in general are relevant: PITCH All sounds can be placed in a scale that ranges from low to high. Suprasegmentals Three properties of sounds in general are relevant: PITCH All sounds can be placed in a scale that ranges from low to high. LOUDNESS All sounds have some degree of intrinsic loudness. Suprasegmentals Three properties of sounds in general are relevant: PITCH All sounds can be placed in a scale that ranges from low to high. LOUDNESS All sounds have some degree of intrinsic loudness. LENGTH All sounds occupy a certain stretch of time. Suprasegmentals In phonetics, suprasegmental properties are said to be part of all sounds regardless of place or manner of articulation. They can affect one or more segments. There are three main suprasegmentals: Suprasegmentals In phonetics, suprasegmental properties are said to be part of all sounds regardless of place or manner of articulation. They can affect one or more segments. There are three main suprasegmentals:- Pitch- Tone- Intonation Suprasegmentals In phonetics, suprasegmental properties are said to be part of all sounds regardless of place or manner of articulation. They can affect one or more segments. There are three main suprasegmentals:- Pitch- Tone- Intonation- Length Suprasegmentals In phonetics, suprasegmental properties are said to be part of all sounds regardless of place or manner of articulation. They can affect one or more segments. There are three main suprasegmentals:- Pitch- Tone- Intonation- Length- Stress Suprasegmentals: PITCH How do speakers control pitch? Suprasegmentals: PITCH How do speakers control pitch? By manipulating the tension of the vocal folds and the amount of air that passes through the glottis. Tenser vocal folds + greater air pressure = Less tense vocal folds + lower air pressure = Suprasegmentals: PITCH How do speakers control pitch? By manipulating the tension of the vocal folds and the amount of air that passes through the glottis. Tenser vocal folds + greater air pressure = HIGHER pitch Less tense vocal folds + lower air pressure = Suprasegmentals: PITCH How do speakers control pitch? By manipulating the tension of the vocal folds and the amount of air that passes through the glottis. Tenser vocal folds + greater air pressure = HIGHER pitch Less tense vocal folds + lower air pressure = LOWER pitch Suprasegmentals: PITCH TWO kinds of controlled pitch movement are found in natural languages: Suprasegmentals: PITCH TWO kinds of controlled pitch movement are found in natural languages:- Tone- Intonation Suprasegmentals: PITCH TONE affects the word level. If a language uses pitch to differentiate word meanings, the language is called a TONE language. There are two types of tones: Suprasegmentals: PITCH...
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