Week Three Lecture Notes: Phonetics
Week Three Lecture Notes: Phonetics LING-L 103
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Introduction to the Study of Language Phonetics Consonants Fact You can make many sounds with your mouth but only some of those 9 are part of your language or any language WEEK THREE Articulatory Properties of Consonants produced Manner of Articulation how the airstream is modi ed Place of Articulation Where in the vocal tract the consonant is Voicing whether the vocal folds are vibrating While the consonant is produced Properties eXs p h voiceless voiceless voiceless alveolar bilabial glottal fricative stop fricative Plane of rticu latinn Eilabial Labiud ntal lltlit t t l Alveolar Poet lt olaj Palm31 Vela lottal Stop 1 b t d 1 g P rua lre f E a a5 5 z I 3 h icate tf d3 M3531 In 131 I If L t i l 1 liquid E t i liquid I Glide u w Flap Dir Manners explanations H Stop block air release Fricative partially block air release nonstop sssss ends as a fricative Nasal air escapes through nasal cavity constriction Affricate starts as a stop Liquidssome sort of Glide movement of mouth Symbols explanations 1 e Theta teeTH 2 a Eth THis 3 j Esh sh 4 3 Ezh meaSure 5 P Glottal stop uhoh 6 t5 ch 7 d3 j 8 13 Ama sING 9 J y 99 Important classes of consonants Obstruents stops fricatives affricates aps Sonorants nasals liquids glides Phonetics Vowels Articulatory Properties of Vowels Height of tongue Backness of tongue Curl m Monophthongs e1 hey Prim t Rounding of the eye 4 Tenseness Symbols explanations i beet do cow 1 lips a Diphthongs oo boat d1 31 boy I lpsilon bid a Epsilon bed TH ii39HI39 Vuwulh E Lass Vowels hmuuu ae Ash ash e Schwa but A wedge but u boot 0 Upsilon foot C cot aw rounded d ah doctors office PPOSFDPUPPONE 0
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