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accent according acoustic acoustic phonetics affricates amplitude apical apico-alveolar articulation articulatory arytenoids assimilation bilabial Brit called characterized close close vowel combinatory phonetics consequently contrast curves dialects diphthongs distinction duration Engl English example formant French frequency fricative front vowels function German glottis graph hard palate important influence intensity intonation Italian labialized laryngeal tone larynx Latin linguistic lips low formant means mouth muscles nasal consonants nasal vowels noise normal oral cavity Palatograms perceived pharynx phenomena phonetic changes phonetic laws phonetician physiological place of articulation position possible predorsal produced pronounced pronunciation quantity question resonance retroflex rounded short vowel soft palate sonorous sounds of language Spanish speak Spectrograms spectrum speech apparatus spirant stop structure supraglottal cavities Swedish syllabic boundary symbolized tendency timbre tion tongue types units unstressed uvular variations velar vowels vibration vocal cords voiced voiceless consonants vowels and consonants word