Wk 3-1 Chinese sounds and syllable structure(2)

ynm three simple rhymes dnynm a o e i u ipa

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Unformatted text preview: of rhymes/finals ? ? yùnmǔ: Three -Simple rhymes ? ? ? dānyùnmǔ: a, o, e, i, u, ü IPA [ a, o, ɤ, i, u, y] -Compound rhymes ? ? ? fùyùnmǔ: ai, ei, ao, ou Chinese simple vowels Structures of the phonological system of Mandarin categories of ? hū (breath, utterance): Four ? ? ? hékǒuhū: rhymes starting with [u] ? ? ? qíchǐhū : rhymes starting with [i] ? ? ? zuōkǒuhū : rhymes starting with [y] ? ? ? kāikǒuhū : other rhymes The puzzle with zcs/zh,ch,sh/jqx/gkx [tɕ,tɕh,ɕ] [ts, tsh, s] never occurs in front of [i, y] [tʂ,tʂh,ʂ] [k, only occurs in front of [i] and [y] never occurs in front of [i, y] kh, x] never occurs in front of [i, y] j, q, x [tɕ,tɕh,ɕ] are in complementary distribution with z,c, s, zh, chi, shi, g, k, h [ts, tsh, s] ,[tʂ,tʂh,ʂ] , Thus The puzzle with zcs/zh,ch,sh/jqx/gkx Theoretically speaking: we can regard j/q/ x [tɕ,tɕh,ɕ] and any one of the other three sets of sounds as allophones of...
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