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Unformatted text preview: change in the source of the sound and only in the shape of the mouth. Different dialects of English put exaggeration in words on different syllables. This happens by how they elongate different sounds. Vowels before voiced stops are lengthened more naturally and more likely to be longer for all dialects. I had a difficult time placing vowel duration with vowels before /d/ and /g/ because the vowels blend into these sounds so easily. Voiced stop /b/ Voiceless /p/ voiceless stop with vowel voiced stop with vowel...
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- Spring '08
- International Phonetic Alphabet, Stop consonant, voiceless stops, vowel duration, Catarina Lopez