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Andrea Quiñonez Contrasts of English and Spanish Fricative Andrea Quiñonez Contrasts of English and Spanish Fricative Presentation Transcript

  • ESCUELA DE IDIOMAS ANDREA QUIÑONEZ 5to PLURILIMGUE
  • PRELIMINARY NOTIONS LINGUISTICS Grammar- rules,structure-syntax, sound- phonology, sytems- Is a science study the sytem semantics, semiotics, of a language for human pragmatics communicacion
  • LINGUISTICS PHILOLOGY studiesBACKGROUND language change and language relationship Jacob SOCIOLINGUISTI Grimm CS it studies how Franz different between Bopp group COMPUTATIONAL PSYCHOLINGUISTI LINGUISTICS is CS it is a disciplineconcidered NATURAL with relations LANGUAGE characteristics of PROCESSING individual ANTHROPOLOGICAL LINGUISTICS it deal with the relationship between language and culture
  • CONTRASTIVE analysis has to CONTRASTIVE OR comprise theorical linguisticsCOMPARATIVE LINGUISTICS all of the level COMPARATIVE is Theorical studies deal concerned with with a universal comparing languages category is realized in contrasted language This may be known as comparative Compares the learner diachronic mother tongue with the linguistics as well foreing language to be learned
  • CONTRASTIVE LINGUISTICS SYLLABUS CONTRASTIVE CONTRASTIVE ANALYSIS of sound PRAGMATICS it is the systems involve study ability of natural phonological or language speakers to phonetic contrasts communicate NEW TRENDS Compared with aparrallel description ofthe native language of the learner The The microlinguistics macrolinguistics contrastive contrastive METHODOLOGY analysis analysis
  • Is a particular human LANGUAGES communication by a system of written symbols, spoken, ETHNOLOGUE words and 6,912 living movements languages in the The most world important languages 1.- English 115 2.- French 351.- Mandarín 3.- Arabic 242.- Hindi For the numbers 4.- Spanish 203.- English countries 5.- Russian 164.- Arabic 6.- German 95.- Spanish 7.- Mandarin 5 English Language is 8.- Hindi 2 concidered the first language in the world
  • BRIEF CLASSIFICATION OF LANGUAGE VERBAL LANGUAGELANGUAGE Descent from Speech IDIOLECT FAMILY a ancestor rhythmINDIVIDUAL The same Work in JARGON LANGUAGE family particular area LIVING COLLOQUIALIS Informal Firts languageLANGUAGE M language Determined Its most DIALECT area SLANG informal geographical language
  • NON VERBAL LANGUAGE IDIOGRAPHIC use idiogram symbols. eg. CHINESE ARTICULATALPHABETIC ED letter from Writing alphabet WRITTEN OR systems sound SYMBOLIC basedpronunciation LANGUAGE alphabetic. eg. SPANISH designedforand ENGLISH sound SYLLABIC Use symbols but syllable by syllable
  • ENGLISH LANGUAGE SPANISH LANGUAGEConsidered third or Romance Language fourth largestNATIVE LANGUAGE Spoken as a second 417 milllonIN THE WORLDFOR BEEN FIRTS LANGUAGE In Latin American and Spain
  • Syllables have These consonant frequently vowel and sounds might happen consonant sound. together. LANGUAGE INCONSISTENCIES1.- The same letter 2.- The same sound different sound different letter 3.- Different dialects
  • Two or more CLUSTERS adjacent similar symbols ORTHOGRAPHI VOWEL and C LETTER CONSONANT PHONEMIC SOUND CONSONANTVOWEL CLUSTER CLUSTER ORTHOGRAPHI 2.- Middle 3.- Final C and 1.- Initial -vccv- –vcc PHONEMIC ccv- cccv- -vcccv- -vccc (Enlish, -vccccv- -vcccc Spansh and -vcccccv- (Enlish, DON´T CHANGE French) (Enlish, Spansh and THEIR QUALITY Spansh and French) French)
  • CONSONANT CLUSTER MiddleINTRASYLLABUS INTERSYLLABUS INSIDE BETWEEN ENGLISH 1.- 3ps 2.- Pluralnouns 3.- Possive nouns
  • PHONOLOGY is the study of the system of phonemes of a languagePHONETICS it is the study and PHONEMICSdescription of the the unit of speech sound by Phonemics is the human thephoneme communication DIACRITIC  Articulatory (phonetic Phonetics symbol)  Acoustic ANALLOPHO Phonetics NE (real speech variant)
  • THE INTERNATIONAL PHONETIC ALPHABET Different language ALPHABET all over the world and used in trascription It is a system ofcharacters arranged in a Used to describefixed conventional order or write sound to symbolize sound or letter to represent speech Is the most widelyLatin Alphabet used alphabetic writing system in the world
  • TRASCRIPTION It is a system of notation that represents utterances language pronounced by people in general. BROAD TRASCRIPTI ON NARROW STRESS It is the TRASCRIPTI It is another notation that PEDAGOGIC ON It is the important represents AL HINTS notation that feature which utterances Monosyllabic represents is often languageby and variants of a represented inindicating only Multisyllabic specific phonetic and the significant words. phoneme. phonemic and under trascrition. lying soundthat make up a world.
  • VERTICAL DIVISION DIACRITICS LINE MARKER Variation in Pause in Between the vowel or phonetic syllables consonant trascription quality SYMBOLS USED FOR TRASCRIPTION SQUARE BRACKETS STRESS Around detailed MARK phoneticSyllable is ANGLE SLANT stressed BRACKETS BRACKETS Orthograph Phonemic y notation trascription