Phonetics - What are the sounds? How are they made in the mouth? Phonology - How do sounds combine? How are they memorized?
Speaker's Mind Speaker's Mouth Listener's Ear Listener's Mind
We will write rules to connect the Mind and Mouth.
January 29, 2008 Linguistics 101 Transcription A. Super Segmental Properties: occur on a sound, they are typical ways of describing a sound a. pitch: how fast your vocal folds are moving i. how high or low something sounds ii. tonal languages: Mandar
January 17, 2008
Characteristics of Animal Communication not creative innate/not learnable not arbitrary meaning it does have some purpose or meaning Not intentional? no displacement no grammar Review the tests done on Primates.
February 5, 2008 Linguistics 101 Phonology : rules that govern which speech sounds to use, how they are organized and interpreted A. Speech Sounds a. which speech sounds are used in your language is coded mentally B. How these sounds are organized a.