Week 1 Day 1 What Is Phonetics? ∙ Study of speech sounds o There are many sounds in the world o A sub set of those sounds are made by humans and a sub set of that is used for speech ∙ Focuses on describing and understanding this set of sounds! **Three Branches of Phonetics** 1 Articulatory Phonetics -- The bulk of this class a How do we produce sounds? WheWe also discuss several other topics like What is periodic population?
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re is the contact in my mouth? b Production of sound 2 Acoustic Phonetics a What are the physical properties of sound? b Physics of sound 2 Perceptual (Auditory) Phonetics a How do we hear sounds? b How we make sense out of what we hear Articulatory Phonetics ∙ Speech is complex ∙ A.P. is how we describe how sounds are made, and the similarities and differences in sounds Features of Good Transcription Systems 1 One sound = One Symbols 2 Consistent definitions 3 Describe the similarities and differences between sounds What's Wrong with English? 1 The one sound is often represented by several spellings a Steak -- Chain 2 The same letter can represent seveal different sounds a "o" -- Toe, today 2 Sometimes we use two letters for one sound (diagraphs) a Ph in elephant 2 Some letters don't represent sounds at all a P in psychology or k in know Week 1 Day 2 Letters are not sounds ∙ TOP --> 3 letters, 3 sounds ∙ Caught --> 6 letters, 3 sounds ∙ Night --> 5 letter, 3 sounds ∙ Knight --> 6 letters, 3 sounds Syllable Structure ∙ Syllables with no coda -- open ∙ Syllables with coda -- closed Lexical Stress ∙ Record vs Record o The e sound change, the o change o Volume change o Stressed vowels -- louder, longer, higher pitch ∙ Teacher -- 1st syllable stress∙ Pencil -- 1st syllable stress ∙ Instructions -- 2nd syllable stress ∙ Aloud -- 2nd syllable stress ∙ Permit -- 1st syllable -- driver's permit ∙ Permit -- 2nd syllable -- permit you to do something ∙ Rebel -- 1st syllable -- rebel without a cause ∙ Rebel -- 2nd syllable -- he like to rebel ∙ Subject -- 2nd syllable -- I won't subject you guys