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The Physiology of Speech
The Physics of Speech Sounds
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accent acoustic adaptive changes affricate alveolar American analysis articulation articulatory arytenoid arytenoid cartilages assimilation back vowel become bilabial breath stream called cartilage characteristic closure constriction contexts contraction dental diphthong distinctive dorsum duration element energy English fibers final flow formant French frequency fricative front fusion German glide glottal stop glottis hard palate harmonic hyoid bone impulsive initial intonational patterns labial languages larynx less linguistic lips lower mediopalatal membrane morpheme mouth movements muscles nasal consonants nasal vowels nonsyllabic normal notably observed occlusion occur onset open consonants oral palate pharynx phonetician phonetics phrase pitch Plate position prepalatal pressure stop produced pronounced pronunciations reduced region release resonator result retroflex sonants sonority sound waves speakers speech forms speech measure speech sounds stop consonants stressed vowel suction stops syllable teeth tempo tion tone tongue trill unrounded upper usually utterance uvular velar velum vibrations vocal bands voiced voiceless vowel sounds words