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The Study of Phonology
The Phonetic Base
Basic Units in Phonology The Classical Phoneme
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adult allomorphs allophones alveolar alveopalatal American English apply articulatory aspirated Assimilation Rule basis bilabial Chapter classical phonemic clusters combinations complementary distribution considered consonants context convention correspondence deletion devoicing dialects discussed distinctive features English speakers environment Epenthesis example Exercise fricative front vowels glide grammatical indicated initial inventory language linguistic lish manner of articulation morpheme morphophonemic nasal consonant nasalized vowel native speakers natural classes neutralization normal obstruents occur orthography patterns phonetic detail phonetic form phono phonological analysis phonological disorders phonological processes phonological rules phonological system phonological units phonotactic place of articulation plural position predictable produced pronunciation redundant referred regular represent representation sequences Spanish speech spelling stress structure suffix surface phonetic suspicious pairs syllable peak symbols systematic phoneme tense tion tongue transcribe transcription types unaspirated underlying forms unstressed syllables variation varieties of English velar vocal voiced voiceless stops vowel length