LINB09H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Vocal Tract, Phonotactics, Labialization
Round vowel lower f2: longer front cavity. Intonation no difference in words: difference sort for pragmatic things, higher level things, contrast between two different things, statement vs. question. Rule that govern what can be in a syllable is govern by two things: sonority: what is more sonorous, phonotactics rules: rules governing syllabic rules. Low vowel is more sonorous than high vowels. Voiced things are more sonorous than voiceless things. Peaks for vowel: syllable nuclei, most sonorous things in the middle. Increasing toward the nucleus and decreasing after the nucleus. You are allowed to have those s stop cluster in english. Language have there own pho(cid:374)ota(cid:272)ti(cid:272)s (cid:396)ules that say (cid:449)hat(cid:859)s allo(cid:449) a(cid:374)d (cid:449)hat(cid:859)s (cid:374)ot allo(cid:449) i(cid:374) a syllable. Tashlhiyt berber: allow huge clusters, words without any vowels. Nucleus and coda together make a rhyme. Onset the part that comes before the nucleus. Every word in english have one stress: optionally other stresses.