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PART ISPEECH AND LANGUAGE
The Sounds op Speech
The Description and Classification of Speech
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1st element accented syllable accentual pattern acoustic Advice to foreign affricates air-stream allophones alveolar ridge articulation articulatory bilabial British English Cardinal Vowel cavity central Chief sources.—PresE close vowel closure connected speech consonantal context cues dental devoicing diphthong eModE especially final positions following vowel foreign learners formant fortis consonant French frequency fricative friction front vowel glide glottal glottal stop glottis half-close homorganic intonation labio-dental language length lenis linguistic lip-rounding medial morpheme mouth nasal consonant normally nucleus occur opposition pharynx phonemes pitch prominence place of articulation plosive post-vocalic preceding PresE pronounced pronunciation pure vowel realized reduced region relatively release resonance retracted rhythmic RP speakers Scottish English secondary accent sequence seventeenth century soft palate sound spelling spelt stress tion tongue position unaccented syllables utterance variation velar vibration vocal cords voiced voiceless vowel quality weak word final word initial