LING 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Murmured Voice, Closure Phase, Vocal Folds

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21 Mar 2016
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Aspirated [ ph, th, kh ] when initial in stressed syllables. Unaspirated when preceded by /s/ or followed by / , l: voicing cues. Voiceless stops should have longer (positive) vot than voiced stops: dialectal variation. Aspirated [ ph, th, kh ] when initial in stressed syllables . When followed by / , l/ : voicing cues. Voiceless stops may have longer closure phase . Distribution says no voiced stops after /s/ . Voiceless stops should have longer (positive) vot than voiced stops : dialectal variation. Phonation process (topic for today: vertical position of larynx. Involved in discussing ejectives, implosives: timinghow long a position is held. Glottal states we are already familiar with: voiced (modal) E. g. (voiceless) obstruents: closedvocal folds touching fully along their length. Modal voice: periodic vocal fold vibrationno major durational differences between open and closed phases of the glottis (what we have called voiced sounds up until now)

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