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THE ORGANS OF SPEECH
THE CLASSIFICATION OF SOUNDS
ENGLISH SOUNDS IN ISOLATION
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adjectives African languages air passage air stream alveolar assimilation back vowel beginning breath cardinal vowels close close vowel closure compounds Cross section diphthong double stress element English vowel English word example fact following words fricatives front vowel glottis gramophone records half-open hear important instance intonation last syllable lips long vowel means mouth while saying narrow nasal nasal consonant normally notice noun nounced nunciation occurs pause phonetic symbol phonetic transcription phrase pitch plosion plosives Practise saying pronounced pure vowels Received Pronunciation rule saying the following saying the words second syllable secondary stress sentence short vowel silent Similarly single stress soft palate sometimes speak speakers speech organs speech sounds spellings are seen spelt stressed vowel teeth ridge tone-group tongue position triphthongs Tune unstressed syllables usually utterance verb vocal cords vibrate voiced voiced consonant voiceless consonant vowel sound weak forms weakly stressed