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Basic Concepts in the Study of Phonetics
Introduction to the International Phonetic Alphabet
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air stream allophonic alveolar ridge American English arrows articulatory aspect of phonetics bilabial cally represented closure consonant clusters criterion pho diacritic marker Diagram The sche diphthong distinctive features duration energy concentration English consonants English vowel example Film Strip formant formant frequencies frame frequency region fricative front front-high high frequency labial labiodental language larynx Linguadental lip rounding low frequency manner of articulation medial mini-interpreters Module Multiple Choice nasal cavity nasal consonants neme obstruent occurs in English opening oral cavity Orthographic Counterparts palatal perceptual phoneme pair Phonemic Transcription place of articulation properties of speech quency Schematic Diagram seconds sibilancy sonants sonorants sound spectrogram speech perception speech production speech sound phonemi stop stop consonants Strip The criterion syllable tense three positions tion tongue movement tongue tip True or False unstressed velar vocal fold vibration vocal tract voiced consonants voiceless vowel diagram vowel phoneme word