Phonetics: The Sounds of Language. Phonetics and Phonology. Phonetics: The physical manifestation of language in sound waves. How sounds are articulated ( articulatory phonetics) How sounds are perceived (auditory phonetics) Phonology: The mental representation of sounds.
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Did he believe that Caesar could see the people seize the seas?
The silly amoeba stole the key to the machine
(Fromkin, Rodman, Hyams p.223)
your throat and produce a [z]
sound as in “buzz”. Now do the
same with [s] as in “bus”.
Of the sounds discussed so far, which are voiced and which are voiceless. Pronounce them with your hand at your throat.
[p] [s] [m] [tʃ] [h] [θ] [l] [t] [d]
[z] [ʃ] [ʒ] [dʒ] [b]
Of the sounds discussed so far, which are stops and which are fricatives? Pronounce each and decide.
[p] [s] [θ] [t] [d] [z] [ʃ] [ʒ] [k]
Answer following questions
The mental representation of sounds