UW-Madison LINGUIS 101 - Phonetics and Articulation (2 pages)

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Lecture Notes for lecture 3


Lecture number:
3
Pages:
2
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Course:
Linguis 101 - Human Language

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LINGUIS 101 1nd Edition Lecture 3 Outline of Last Lecture I Subfields of Phonetics II How speech sounds are produced III Constants vs Vowels a Parameters for describing consonants Outline of Current Lecture I Manner of Articulation II Constants Current Lecture III Manners of Articulation a Stop complete closure in the oral cavity or at the glottis completely stops the airflow till b Fricative articulators are very close together producing high degree of stricture but airflow is not stopped Turbulent sound sill c Affricate complete closure like a stop but followed by a slow release to fricative position chill i Starts out like a stop and ends like a fricative d Liquid slightly less stricture than a fricative i Lateral Sides of tongue are lowered so that air escapes through the side of the mouth rather than the center lied ii Retroflex tongue is curled back ride IV e Glide extremely low degree of stricture almost like a vowel will Constants of English a The images on the following page help to identify what kind of constant is being discussed These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute



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