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  1. Phonetics and phonology Cross-linguistic variation: Ft. Ware Sekani

  2. Ft. Ware

  3. Mike Abou

  4. Oral vowels

  5. Oral vowels

  6. Oral vowels: acoustic plot

  7. Oral vowels: acoustic plot

  8. Nasal vowels

  9. Oral vs. nasal vowels

  10. Oral vs. nasal vowels

  11. Oral vs. nasal vowels

  12. Oral vs. nasal vowels: e, i

  13. Consonants

  14. Laryngeal contrasts: j vs. ç [ç] = voiceless palatal fricative

  15. Aperture contrasts: h vs. /

  16. [] = voiceless lateral fricative [uwe] ‘fish’ [pi] ‘sleep’

  17. Laryngeal contrasts:  vs. l

  18. Place contrasts: s, 

  19. Aperture contrasts: th vs. 

  20. [x] [x] = voiceless velar fricative [xe] ‘pack’ [xA] ‘club’

  21. Aperture contrasts: kh vs. x

  22. Laryngeal contrasts: x vs.  [ ] = voiced velar fricative

  23. Ejective stops

  24. Laryngeal contrasts: t vs. th vs. t'

  25. Laryngeal contrasts: ts vs. tsh vs. ts'

  26. Laryngeal contrasts: t vs. th vs. t'

  27. Laryngeal contrasts: c vs. ch vs. c'

  28. Laryngeal contrasts: k vs. kh vs. k'

  29. Tone • [V] = high tone vowel • [V] = low tone vowel • [V] = rising tone vowel

  30. Low (`) vs. high tone

  31. Low (`) vs. high tone

  32. Rising ( ) vs. low ( ) vs. high tone

  33. Rising ( ) vs. low ( ) vs. high tone

  34. High vs. low vs. rising tone Hz

  35. Vowel allophones

  36. Vowel allophones

  37. Vowel allophones In Ft. Ware Sekani, // is pronounced [I] when the following syllable contains a high vowel. //  [I] / ___ ... high vowel

  38. Testing the rule

  39. Testing the rule: results [] and [I] differ significantly in height (F1) and backness (F2)