A Course in Phonetics
The easy to understand approach builds on the basics, beginning with technical terms required for describing speech and transcription symbols before moving on to the phonetics of English and other languages.
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1 Articulatory Phonetics
Phonology and Phonetic Transcription
The Consonants of English
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1982 by Harcourt able acoustic addition airstream alveolar American English approximant articulatory aspirated beginning called cardinal vowels chapter chart classified close closure column completely consider consonants contrast corresponding dental describing diphthong discussed distinguish English example exercise feature Figure final formant frequency fricatives front given glottal glottis going Harcourt Brace Jovanovich height indicate involved kind languages lateral length lower meaning measurements mechanism mouth movement nasal Note occur pairs palate particular phonetic phoneticians phrase pitch place of articulation position possible produce pronounce pronunciation raised release represent rounding rules segments sentence sequence shown shows similar simply slightly sounds speakers specified speech stop stress syllable symbol Table third tone tongue transcribe transcription usually utterance values variations velar vibrating vocal cords vocal tract voiced voiceless words