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  1. 1. Recap: Vowels & Consonants V – central “sound” of the syllable C – outer “shell” of the syllable (C) V (C) (C)(C)(C)V(C)(C)(C)
  2. 2. Recap: Vowels & Consonants V – central “sound” of the syllable C – outer “shell” of the syllable
  3. 3. Consonants 3 features: • Manner • Place • Voicing
  4. 4. Consonants Daniel Currie Hall http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~danhall/ph
  5. 5. How much constriction? plosive: completely blocked fricative: partly blocked approximant: slightly hindered nasalization Does the air flow through both the nose and the mouth, or just the mouth? 1 Manner of Articulation Consonants: 3 phonetic features affricate: plosive + fricative
  6. 6. 2 Place of Articulation Consonants: 3 phonetic features Where in the mouth does the constriction occur? What parts of the mouth are involved (lips, teeth, tongue, roof of the mouth)?
  7. 7. bilabial labiodental dental alveolar palatal velar glottal 2 Place of Articulation Consonants: 3 phonetic features
  8. 8. 2 Place of Articulation Consonants: 3 phonetic features Plosives: bilabial alveolar velar (palatal)
  9. 9. Consonants:plosives The following slides were made using Daniel Currie Hall’s website at http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~danhall/ph
  10. 10. 2 Place of Articulation Consonants: 3 phonetic features Plosives: bilabial alveolar velar (palatal)
  11. 11. 2 Place of Articulation Consonants: 3 phonetic features Plosives: bilabial alveolar velar (palatal)
  12. 12. 2 Place of Articulation Consonants: 3 phonetic features Plosives: bilabial alveolar velar (palatal)
  13. 13. 2 Place of Articulation Consonants: 3 phonetic features Plosives: bilabial alveolar velar (palatal)
  14. 14. 3 Voicing Consonants: 3 phonetic features Are the vocal chords vibrating or not? REMEMBER THE TERMS FORTIS and LENIS (at least until the next slideshow)
  15. 15. Features: unvoiced bilabial stop p The six RP plosives
  16. 16. Features: voiced bilabial stop b The six RP plosives
  17. 17. Features: unvoiced alveolar stop t The six RP plosives
  18. 18. Features: voiced alveolar stop d The six RP plosives
  19. 19. Features: unvoiced velar stop k The six RP plosives
  20. 20. Features: voiced velar stop g The six RP plosives

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