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Representation of Speech Sounds
Speech Sounds and Transition Sounds
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accented vowels acoustically affricates American English American pronunciation analogy assimilation back vowels became become centering diphthongs central vowel closure colloquial cultivated speech Daniel Jones descriptive name dialect Dictionary diph distinctive Early Modern England English Language final following vowel formerly French front front vowels glide glottis Grandgent group of words hard palate heard Hence high-front Jones language Latin letter lips lower Middle English mouth nasal Note noun nunciation occurs organic description palatal phonetic Pron pronounced pronunciation r-colored vowel Repeat the descriptive Repeat the organic represented resonance rimes secondary accent sense-stress sometimes sonant sonorants South Southern British speakers speech organs speech sounds spelling spelling-pronunciation spelt standard English stop stress syllable symbol teeth teethridge tion tongue back tongue position transcription transition sounds unaccented syllables unstressed form usage usually velum closed verbs vocal cords vocal cords vibrating voiced consonants voiceless consonants vowel sound Webster