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SECT PAGE 1 Introduction
The Acquisition of the MotherTongue
Varieties of Speech
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adjectives articulation back vowels becomes bilabial breath passes called Cambridge Heffer cardinal vowels century cockney colloquial common commonly Dent's dependent clause devoiced dialect speech Dictation Exercise difference diphthong dropped foreign language French front vowels German give glottal stop Greek hard palate heard hushing sounds intonation Latin Leipzig Teubner letters lips lisping London Dent lower middle mouth mute nasal consonants nasal vowels northern English Note Notice noun nounced Observe occurs older palate passage pause pitch position prefix produced pronunciation pupils raised rhymes Sc.E Scottish English second syllable secondary stress sense groups Sentences for practising sometimes sonorous southern speak speakers spoken standard English standard speech stops substitution syllable symbol teacher tense th sounds trilled triphthong unstressed syllables usual spelling utter verb vibration vocal chords voiced sounds voiceless sounds vowel sound Walter Ripman weak forms written