By Parviz Birjandi and Mohammad Ali Salmani-Nodoushan
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The first one has been done as an example for you. : street ONSET str SYLLABLE pant speak ant scram striped an splints ants pants CHAPTER TWO ONSET 25 6. Write the coda of each of the following syllables in the spaces provided. If the syllable has no coda, write Ø. The first one has been done as an example for you. : street CODA t SYLLABLE CODA pant speak ant scram striped an splints ants pants 7. Define the following terms briefly. 26 complimentary distribution allophone ease of Pronunciation broad transcription diacritics narrow transcription sporadic features coda transcription onset sound segment syllabary phonetic alphabet syllable phoneme minimal pair CHAPTER TWO CHAPTER THREE TRADITIONAL ARTICULATORY PHONETICS 1.
The trachea is intercepted by the voicebox or larynx on its way out. Inside the voice box, there are two membranes that are hinged together at the back. These membranes are called the vocal cords or the vocal folds. The vocal cords can make a wedge-shaped opening when they are far apart. This opening is called the glottis. The level of vibration of the vocal cords determines whether a sound is voiced or unvoiced. When the glottis is open, pulmonary air passes through it easily without causing any friction.
All of us sneeze, snore, grunt, groan, CHAPTER THREE 27 scream, hiccup, cough, etc. It is, however, impossible to find any language in which these noises are part of its speech articulation system. Sagittal section of human vocal tract (Reprinted from Lieberman and Blumstein, 1988, P. 43) In order to produce speech, we modify the flow of air that passes between our lungs and the outside atmosphere. These modifications are normally applied to the flow of carbon dioxide during exhalation to produce a class of sounds technically called egressive sounds.
An Introduction to Phonetics by Parviz Birjandi and Mohammad Ali Salmani-Nodoushan