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Non-Segmental Phonology. sounds other than sound segments Kuiper and Allan Chapter 6. Sub areas of non-segmental phonology. Syllables (Kuiper an Allan, 6.1) Suprasegmentals (Kuiper and Allan, 6.2) pitch intonation Stress (Kuiper and Allan, 6.3). IPA suprasegmental chart. Exercise.

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non segmental phonology

Non-Segmental Phonology

sounds other than sound segments

Kuiper and Allan Chapter 6

sub areas of non segmental phonology
Sub areas of non-segmental phonology
  • Syllables (Kuiper an Allan, 6.1)
  • Suprasegmentals (Kuiper and Allan, 6.2)
    • pitch
    • intonation
  • Stress (Kuiper and Allan, 6.3)
exercise
Exercise

Transcribe the words below phonemically and place a syllable marker (a low dot) between the syllables:

technical

lengthen

industry

answers
Answers
  • /tek.nI.k´l/
  • /leN.P´n/
  • /êIn.d´.stri/

or

  • /êIn.d´s.tri/
syllables
Syllables
  • Native speakers have intuitions about where syllable boundaries are.
  • The number of syllables in a word is connected with the number of vowels.
  • Consonants are at syllable boundaries.
  • Sometimes a consonant can belong to either of two adjoining syllables.
syllable structure and phonotactics
Syllable structure and phonotactics
  • Acceptable consonant clusters (initially or finally in a syllable) are determined by the phonotactics of the language.
    • /skr/ is a permissible syllable initial consonant cluster in English.
    • /sbl/ is not.
exercises
Exercises

1. Why are the following syllable divisions bad?

o.bscure

infi.ltration

unp.rete.ntious

2. Why are the following, optional syllable boundaries?

re.tri.bu.tionvsret.rib.u.tion

ambisyllabic consonants
Ambisyllabic consonants
  • can belong to either the end of one or beginning of the next adjacent syllables.
    • su(s)tain