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Types of Pronunciation
Phonemes Principles of Transcription
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8set acoustic affricate Armstrong-Ward articulated aspiration assimilation beginning breathed cardinal vowels Chap close vowels diaphone difficulty double stress edition English diphthong English Phonetics English short English sound English speakers English Vowel examples expressed shortly final position foreign learner French fricative consonant front Germans glide glottis hard palate heard intonation language length letter Linguaphone lip-rounding London lower teeth means mouth nasal consonant normal noun nounced occurs opener vowels ordinary Palatogram phonetic symbol phonetic transcription pitch plosion plosive consonant preceded principal member prominence pronounced pronunciation r-sound raised position replaced represented retracted retroflex rhythm secondary stress sentence shortly by defining shown in Fig single stress soft palate sonant speech-sounds stressed syllable strong form subsidiary members tamber teeth-ridge tip of tongue tongue-position triphthong Tune usually variants variety verb vibrate vocal cords voiced sounds voiceless consonant vowels and diphthongs weak form Words for practice