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Language and the Forms of Language
The Roman Alphabet
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according to rule arch back vowel beauty beginning book word vowels breath group broad transcription CHAPTER combined consonant sounds diphthongs in group dots English spelling fricative continuant front vowel given glide glottal glottis Greek half long hard palate important indicates the sound International Phonetic International Phonetic Alphabet intonation group Klinghardt's last sound lengthened lips long vowels lower jaw meaning mid vowels mouth narrow transcription pause Phoenician Phoenician Alphabet phonetic alphabet phonetic letters phonetic transcription pitch Place of articulation plosive Practice Words produce pronounced pronunciation represent resonance science of phonetics sentences soft palate speak speaker Specimen Words speech organs speech sounds spoken English spoken language stop-plosives teaching thought tion to-day tone transliteration unaspirated Unimproved Roman Alphabet unstressed upper gums upper teeth utterance vibration vocal cords voiced consonant voiceless vowel or diphthong vowel sounds weak forms William Dwight Whitney William Tilly writing written