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  1. Chapter 8 The Structure of the English Syllable Week 5 Feb. 24th Mrs. Lujain - Listening and Speaking 3

  2. LessonOutline • Quick Revision • The Syllable Phonologically • The Maximum Phonological Structure of the Syllable • Syllable Onset • Syllable Coda Mrs. Lujain - Listening and Speaking 3

  3. Revision • What do we mean by defining the syllable “phonetically’? • What is a Syllable? • What is a minimum syllable? • An Onset is….? • A Coda is…? Mrs. Lujain - Listening and Speaking 3

  4. The Phonological Point of View • Looking at the possible combinations of English phoneme. Looking at how a word begins and/or ends. • What is a phoneme? Meaning distinguishing sounds in a language. • No word begins with more than three consonants • No word ends with more than four consonants. Mrs. Lujain - Listening and Speaking 3

  5. The Maximum Phonological Structure of the Syllable Mrs. Lujain - Listening and Speaking 3

  6. Syllable Onset Mrs. Lujain - Listening and Speaking 3

  7. Examples • S + initial = string, sway, smoke • Initial + /l, r, w, j/ = quick, try, play, few • S + initial + /l, r, w, j/ = split, stream Mrs. Lujain - Listening and Speaking 3

  8. Syllable Coda • What are the pre-final consonants? / m, n, l, s, ŋ / • What are the final consonants? All consonants except /h, j, w/ • What are the post-final consonants? / s, z, t, d, Ø / Mrs. Lujain - Listening and Speaking 3

  9. Syllable Coda Mrs. Lujain - Listening and Speaking 3

  10. Example Mrs. Lujain - Listening and Speaking 3

  11. To sum up the English syllable is described as having the following maximum structure:Pre-initial +initial +post-initial VOWELPre-final +final+Post-final 1,2,3 ONSET CODA Mrs. Lujain - Listening and Speaking 3

  12. Another analysis of the syllable… Syllable Onsetrhyme peak “vowel”coda Mrs. Lujain - Listening and Speaking 3

  13. Practical Listening and Speaking Mrs. Lujain - Listening and Speaking 3