Phonetics II

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LIN100 Lecture 3
Phonetics II
Todays goal
- Consonants a little more
- Vowels
- Syllabicity
Review
Linguistics is the scientific study of language.
Phonetics examination of the inventory and
structure of speech sounds (articulation,
acoustics, perception)
Vocal organs
Segmentation of speech
Three classes: Consonants, Vowels, Glides
Description of consonants
Place of articulation
Manner of articulation
Voicing status
Videos and websites
Video of vocal folds vibration:
http://www.ladefogeds.com/vowels/chapter2/vibrating
%20cords/vibrating.html
X-ray video of speech:
http://www.ladefogeds.com/course/transcription
%20exercises/moviepage.htm
IPA trainer: http://www.ipatrainer.com/user/site/
Peter Ladefgeds homepage:
http://phonetics.ucla.edu/course/chapter1/flash.html
Saggital sections (to play around)
http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~danhall/phonetics/
sammy.html
Groups of sounds
Labial, Coronal, Dorsal
Sibilants/stridents: noisier fricatives and
affricates [s, z, , , , ]
Continuants: Fricatives, Vowels, Glides
t in atomic and atom
The alveolar t
the same sound in atomic and atom?
No
2
t in atom the tongue hits the alveolar ridge in a
ballistic motion; the closure cannot be
maintained for long
t in atomic the closure can be maintained at the
alveolar ridge
t in atom the tongue hits the alveolar ridge in a
ballistic motion; the closure cannot be
maintained for long
This sound is called flap
[ ]
(voiced)
pill and spill
The bilabial voiceless p
the same in pill and spill?
No
pill - an [h]-like sound after the release of [p]
spill – no such sound after the release of [p]
The [h]-like sound is called aspiration
Mechanism of aspiration
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Time lag between the release of the stop closure
and the starting of vocal folds vibration
3
IPA symbol for aspiration: [ ]
Aspirated Unaspirated
pill [pl] spill [spl]
till [tl] still [st l]
kill [kl] skill [skl]
Vowels
Constriction/Sonority
Cons. Glides Vowels
most/least least/most
Syllabicity (occupying the syllable peak/nucleus)
Cons./Glides Vowels
least most
Vowel articulation
- The front and back of the tongue
- Lips
The front and back of the tongue
Two dimensions in movements
- raising/lowering (Pete-pit-pet-pat)
- backward/forward (pat-pot)
Lips
- Pulled together (rounded)
boot
- Spread (unrounded)
beat
Vowel description
- Vowel height: raising/lowering of the tongue
body
- Backness/frontness: backward/forward
movement of the tongue body
- Lip rounding
- Tense vs. Lax
4
Vowel quadrilateral
A chart to plot vowels showing the relative
positions of the highest point of the tongue
Inside and the edge
=
vowels
Description – Vowel Height
heat [i] food [u]
hit [] foot []
High i u
) ) ) ) ) ) *
M id * * * Low
Description – Vowel Height
head [] hut []
sofa [ ]
High
*
* Mid ) )* * Low
Description – Vowel Height
hat [æ] hot []
High
*
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Document Summary

Review: linguistics is the scientific study of language, phonetics examination of the inventory and structure of speech sounds (articulation, acoustics, perception, vocal organs, segmentation of speech. Three classes: consonants, vowels, glides: description of consonants. Videos and websites: video of vocal folds vibration: http://www. ladefogeds. com/vowels/chapter2/vibrating. %20exercises/moviepage. htm: ipa trainer: http://www. ipatrainer. com/user/site, peter ladefged"s homepage: http://phonetics. ucla. edu/course/chapter1/flash. html, saggital sections (to play around) http://www. chass. utoronto. ca/~danhall/phonetics/ sammy. html. Groups of sounds: labial, coronal, dorsal, sibilants/stridents: noisier fricatives and affricates [s, z, , continuants: fricatives, vowels, glides t in atomic and atom. This sound is called flap (voiced) pill and spill. No pill - an [h]-like sound after the release of [p] spill no such sound after the release of [p] Time lag between the release of the stop closure and the starting of vocal folds vibration. Aspirated unaspirated pill [pl] spill [spl] till [tl] still [st l ] kill [kl] skill [sk l ] The front and back of the tongue. Vowel height: raising/lowering of the tongue body.

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