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Phonetics summary 2

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  • 1. SUMMARY 2
  • 2. VOWELS A vowel is a sound during with articulation there is not obstruction in the vocal track.
  • 3. CLASSIFICATION OF THE VOWELS
    • According to the part of the tongue which is raised.
    • According to the height of the tongue or jaw.
  • 4. CLASSIFICATION OF THE VOWELS
    • According to the part of the tongue which is raised we have .
    • FRONT VOWELS
    The front of the tongue is raised
  • 5. CLASSIFICATION OF THE VOWELS
    • According to the part of the tongue which is raised we have .
    • CENTRAL VOWELS
    The tongue is in a relaxed position
  • 6. CLASSIFICATION OF THE VOWELS
    • According to the part of the tongue which is raised we have .
    • BACK VOWELS
    The back of the tongue is raised
  • 7. CLASSIFICATION OF THE VOWELS
    • According to the height of the tongue or jaw we have .
    • CLOSE VOWELS
    Those produced with the tongue very close to the palate and the jaw very high.
  • 8. CLASSIFICATION OF THE VOWELS
    • According to the height of the tongue or jaw we have .
    • OPEN VOWELS
    Those produced with the tongue and the jaw very low.
  • 9. CLASSIFICATION OF THE VOWELS
    • According to the height of the tongue or jaw we have .
    • HALF-CLOSE VOWELS AND
    • HALF-OPEN VOWELS
    Those produced with the tongue and jaw occupying an intermediate position between the two extreme categories already mentioned.