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3uir acoustic prominence affricates alveolar assimilation audible friction back vowels became become bilabial cardinal vowels Classical Latin closed syllable common confusion consonant sounds dental devoiced dialects difference diphthong disappeared English word essential exist final fricative consonant front vowels fully voiced hard palate hear history of language influence later lateral consonant Latin vowel phonemes linguistic lips manner of articulation modern English modern French modern language morphemes mouth nasal consonant nasalized vowel neutral vowel nose open syllable palatal consonant pitch place of articulation plosive consonant position possible presumably principal stress principles probably pronounced pronunciation pure vowel raised half rolled consonant Romance languages semantemes Sentence Stress soft palate sound heard Southern English speaker speech sounds spoken language spoken Latin stages stress accent stressed syllable symbol teeth ridge tion to-day unstressed vowels uvular variety velar velum vocal cords voiceless consonant vowel sounds Vulgar Latin written language