articulatory phonetics


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Related to articulatory phonetics: Auditory phonetics, Acoustic phonetics

articulatory phonetics

n
(Phonetics & Phonology) (functioning as singular) the branch of phonetics concerned with the production of speech sounds. Compare acoustic phonetics, auditory phonetics
Translations
Artikulatorische Phonetik
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As a companion to Phonetic Science for Clinical Practice, the workbook helps students practice identifying and writing phonetic consonant symbols and the articulatory phonetics of vowels, and gain a deeper understanding of the difference between broad and narrow phonetic transcription, suprasegmental features of speech, and the interpretation of acoustic spectrograms.
The appendices include a list of the chronological divisions of Chinese history, an outline of articulatory phonetics and the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA), a pronunciation guide to Hanyu pinyin [phrase omitted] (the official Romanization for Chinese), a pinyin-to-IPA correspondence table, and a list of abbreviations used for grammatical terms.
The scholars designed 14 consonant letters according to articulatory phonetics and 10 vowels according to the principles of yin and yang.
Articulatory Phonetics seeks to understand the elements that play the specific, speech-related functional roles.
In articulatory phonetics vowels are mainly described in terms of three features: (1) height of the tongue (2) backness of the tongue and (3) lip rounding.
Organization is in sections on basic terms and concepts, articulatory phonetics, phonetic transcription and diacritics, theory and practice, normal phonological development, collection of data for evaluation, dialects and English as a second language, diagnosis and treatment or therapy for articulation and phonological errors, and considerations for selected populations.
It also includes an introductory chapter on the role of phonetics and phonology, and articulatory phonetics.
Chapter 1 introduces the reader to articulatory phonetics (Section 1.
Moreover, in the course of describing and evaluating his sources, Jones also illuminates eighteenth-century notions of word division, articulatory phonetics, and, particularly, phonetic transcription.
The book's organization is based on articulatory phonetics courses taught at SIL International.
when the articulatory phonetics of MSA is presented, including a midsagittal view of the speech tract (pp.
His interest was and remained limited to articulatory phonetics, applied to the improvement of pronunciation.