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Chapter 2 - Phonetics Exam Guide

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Linguistics
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LIN100Y1
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Monica Boyd
Semester
Fall

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LIN100Y1 15122011 141000PHONETICS Chapter 2 Coarticulation is when more than one articulator is active eg tongue and lips Processes are articulatory adjustments that occur during the production of connected speech eg prejd instead of parade y also when trying to enunciate because you were misunderstood or its loud around youy Common Processes o Assimilation sound becomes more like a closer soundRegressive moving backwards to a preceding segmentEg cannot to cantProgressive nasality moves forwards from nasal consonantFlapping butterbudder o Dissimilation when two sounds become less alikeEg fifthsfiftso Deletion process when segment is removed from certain phonetic contextsEg parade corrode and suppose pronounced prade crode spose Occurs in rapid speech o Epenthesis syllabic segment is insertedEg something and warmth becoming sumpthing and warmpth Vowels can be inserted epentheticallyeg Turkish train becomes tiren o Metathesis Reordering of segmentsEg perscribe and perscription as prescribe and prescription o Vowel Reduction schwa like the second e upside down in Americaunstressed
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