Important Vocab SPPA 210
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Phonetics Important Terms Respiratory 1 Lungs a Source of air producing sounds b Made of flexible spongy tissue 2 Rib Cage a Bones enclosing chest cavity b Protects lungs and other organs 3 Diaphragm a Major muscle separating abdominal cavity from chest cavity b Supports lungs for inhalation and exhalation 4 Trachea a Windpipe connecting lungs with larynx b Made of cartilage and muscle 5 Internal Intercostals a Muscles on inside of ribs b Pull ribs in during exhalation 6 Externallntercostals a Muscles on outside of ribs b Expand ribs in inhalation Laryngeal 1 Larynx a Voice box of speech composed of cartilage muscles and other tissues located in neck b Funnels air stream from lungs 2 Glottis a Between vocal folds 3 Vocal folds a Paired muscles and tissue that vibrate within the larynx to produce voicing Supralaryngeal 1 Oropharynx a Position of pharynx next to posterior portion of oral cavity Nasopharynx a Portion of pharynx next to posterior of the nasal cavity Pharynx a Connects oral and nasal cavities to larynx and esophagus Laryngopharynx a Portion of pharynx adjoining larynx Vocab 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 IPA a Alphabet containing separate symbol for each individual sound in a language Roman alphabet a English words put in quotes Phonology a Rules of organizing speech sounds made and heard Phone cs a how speech sounds are combined b study of production and perception of speech sounds Clinical phonetics a The study and transcription of disordered speech Experimental phonetics a Lab study of physiological perceptual and acoustic phonetics Physiologicalarticulatory phonetics a study of function of speech organs during process of speech Perceptualacoustic phonetics a Study of acoustic properties of sounds Historical phonetics a Study of speech sounds over time Speech a Oral expression of language Language a Set of symbols and rules used for communication that is shared by a group Communication a Exchange of information Morphemes a Smallest unit of language that has meaning on its own Allograph a Different letters that represent same sound Allophone a Sound variation with a phoneme class Phone a Only particular occurrence of a speech sound Diagraph a Pair of letters that represent one sound Grapheme a Printed letter in English Phonemes a Smallest unit of sound that holds meaning Broad transcription a Listing the phonemes of a word in brackets Narrow transcription a Listing the pronunciation of a word in quotes
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