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FEATURES OF CONNECTED SPEECH

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MUSTAPH MOUBARIK

on 26 November 2016

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FEATURES OF CONNECTED SPEECH
You should have done your work at home
I am in favour of the voices which claim that phonetics classes can be quite horrendous
1. The first aspect is gradation or weak forms. As a result of speed during speech, some sounds are reduced.
(list of some weak and strong form words)
Brothers and sisters
Look for a job
2. Another aspect is associated with the
disappearance of certain sounds, i.e: elision, e.g.:
3. linking and liaison are other features of connected speech
-linking /r/ as in:
Parents are over-permissive
4. Another aspect is assimilation.
This simply means that some adjacent sounds tend to share some phonetic properties and their production is affected thereof:
We should differentiate between:
careful
formal
informal/colloquial/casual speech
Rhythm is an important aspect of speech
Walk down to the end of the canal
'Walk 'down to the 'end of the ca'nal
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Stressed syllables happen at regular time intervals
English is a stress-timed language
Misuse of appropriate stress and /or weakform could lead to confusion, if not misunderstanding.
These books are mine
Spanish, by contrast, is a syllable-timed language
Quiero que vengas al médico conmigo mañana
Cada vé que yo m’acuerdo
Que me tengo que mori
Echo la manta en er suelo
Y me jarto de dormi

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COPLAS POPULARES FLAMENCAS: LENGUA CASTELLANA Y LITERATURA, 1º DE ESO
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f. Give the full version of the following utternace:


f. Give the full version of the following utternace:
I / 'want you to / 'come with me to the / 'doctor's to /'morrow
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