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Linguistics 45: Phonetics

Alderete/Ling 45/syllabus 1 Linguistics 45: Phonetics & Phonology Classroom: Kohlberg 302 (also Dupont 138); TTh 2:40-3:55 Instructor: John Alderete Contact Information Office: 102 Pearson Phone: x6863, (home phone for emergency: 328-5399) Email: jaldere1@swarthmore.edu Office Hours: Tues. 4-5 ...

What is phonetics

Linguistics 113 Handout 1 Colleen Richey 26 Aug 2003 Reading: Spencer Ch.1, pp1-10; Wolfram and Johnson Ch.1 Homework 1 will be handed out on Thursday August 28, due Thursday September 4 1.

XVIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences

ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PHONOLOGY AND PHONETICS (OR WHY PHONETICS IS NOT PHONOLOGY) XVIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences

Phonetics in Phonology and Phonology in Phonetics*

Working Papers of the Cornell Phonetics Laboratory 2007, v.16, pp. 1-31 Phonetics in Phonology and Phonology in Phonetics * Abigail C. Cohn In this paper, I explore the relationships between phonology and phonetics and argue that there are two distinct ways that they interact.

Phonetics & Phonology An Introduction

www.PANL10n.net 14 Bernoulli Effect Ñ Air pumped from the lungs applies pressure on closed glottis Ñ High pressure opens vocal cords Ñ High velocity air flow creates low pressure region pulling vocal cords together again Ñ Process is repeated, producing vibrations in the vocal cords [3]

Introduction to General Phonetics

Linguistics 103 Fall 2006 Introduction to General Phonetics Class: Monday/Wednesday 11-12: 50pm in Rolfe 3134 Professor: Sun-Ah Jun 2101H Campbell Hall (inside Phonetics Lab) 310-892-7818, jun@hum net. ucla. edu (Ling Dept. : 825-0634) Office hours: Friday 2-4 and by appointment TA Chad Vicenik ...

In Phonetics

Articulatory Phonetics P honetics is concerned with describing the speech sounds that occur in the languages of the world. We want to know what these sounds are, how they fall into patterns, and how they change in different circumstances.

Acoustic Phonetics1.

Linguistic phonetics draws upon articulatory and acoustic phonetics in order to explain why the sounds of languages are shaped the way that they are.

Articulatory Phonetics

14 CHAPTER 2 A rticulatory phonetics deals with the categorization and classifi cation of the production features of speech sounds.

English Phonetics: Consonants (i)

1 1 English Phonetics: Consonants (i) 1.1Airstream and Articulation Speech sounds are made by modifying an airstream. The airstream we will be concerned with in this book involves the passage of air from the lungs out through the oral and nasal cavities (see figure 1).