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Lin 3201 Sounds of Human Language. Summer C 2008 Instructor: Divya V. Gogoi . Smalleys. To access smalley exercises online : http://www.clas.ufl.edu/llc/audio.htm. Speech is an essential aspect of communication…. … its over use may result in this!!!.

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lin 3201 sounds of human language

Lin 3201 Sounds of Human Language

Summer C 2008

Instructor: Divya V. Gogoi

smalleys
Smalleys
  • To access smalley exercises online :

http://www.clas.ufl.edu/llc/audio.htm

how is sound represented
How is sound represented?
  • Articulatorily – what happens in mouth when a particular sound is produced?
  • Acoustically – how is sound observed as a waveform?
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Prosodics

  • Phonemics
questions addressed in this class
Questions addressed in this class-
  • What does it mean to ‘know’ a language?
    • Sounds that we use
    • Patterns of sounds –
      • st
      • Ft
      • bv
  • How do languages differ?
    • Different sound systems

- stop, fast

- raft

- Not a pattern in English

why should we talk about phonetics
Why should we talk about Phonetics?
  • For fieldwork
  • Teach a second language
  • Learn a new language
  • Trained ear
  • Communication disorders
  • Pronunciation correction for language learners / actors
  • Forensic analysis
fields of phonetics
Fields of Phonetics

Articulatory Phonetics

  • Physical properties of sound – how sounds are produced in the vocal tract

Acoustic Phonetics

  • Sound as a wave – air compression and disturbance as sounds are released

Auditory Phonetics

  • Interpretation and reception of speech sounds
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