LINA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: North American English, Diphthong, Affricate Consonant

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Place of articulation alveo alveolar palatal palatal bi labial p b m w* f v stop (oral) nasal (stop) fricative affricate glide liquid voiceless voiced voiced voiceless voiced voiceless voiced voiceless voiced vd. lateral vd. retroflex vd. flap j. *the glides [w, ] are complex articulations, being both bilabial and velar (labiovelar). North america (textbook) t d n s z l r. Use the ipa symbols instead of the north american ones. Diphthongs: front velar k w* glottal h high mid low central back i e u o aj aw. ***if you have the us version of the textbook, use the charts here to study and follow the. Also, if you feel your pronunciation is different from canadian. English, just memorize the symbols that correspond to these words and use it for words that have the same vowel sounds as these*** In canadian english, [ ] is only used before [r] and in the diphthong [ j], e. g. , north",

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