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Phonetics

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Vanessa Andrea Arellano Muñoz

on 7 September 2015

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Transcript of Phonetics

Phonetics
VOCAL TRACT : - LARYNX, PHARYNX , ORAL CAVITY, NASAL CAVITY.

Prosodic Features
Major Phonetic Classes

Noncontinuants and Continuants.
Obstruents and Sonorants
Syllabic Sounds

Phonetic Symbols
Spelling Correspondences
Phonetics
Sound Segments
Identity of Speech Sounds
The Phonetic Alphabet (IPA)
branches of
phonetics
Acoustic phonetics,
Auditory phonetics
Articulatory phonetics
Articulatory Phonetics
vowels
Articulatory Phonetics
consonants
• Tongue Possition
• Lip Rounding
• Diphthongs

pitch, lenght and stress
LANGUAGE- SOUNDS ---> WORDS
B-U-S

CLASS OF SOUNDS
Phonetics: the study of speech sounds and how they are produced
Difference between speech sounds
from other sounds.
Throat clearing
Those sounds are not speech sounds, so they can not be segmented into the sounds of speech.

*Children learning a language.
Ex: “I´m holing don”
(Break between sounds occur)

Word misperceptions of words
Changes in words.
Napron--> Apron.
DIFFERENCES IN PHRASE AND SENTECES
PRINTED / SPOKEN.
Grade A – Gray Day.

I Scream – Ice cream

Manner of Articulation
• Place of Articulation
"How (cough) are you?"
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