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Voice & Diction Lecture 3

Articulation -Also called diction or enunciation
Articulators -The organs of speech used to shape speech sounds:
Active Articulators -Lips
Passive Articulators -Teeth
Sound Families -Consonants
Consonants Sounds that are made with the articulators obstructing the outgoing air stream
Vowels Sounds that are made with the vocal tract more or less open and the air stream unobstructed
Consonants: Function -Referred to as 'closed sounds'
Vowels: Function -Typically refer to them as 'open sounds'
Diphthongs Two separate vowel sounds blended together within the same syllable
Ways to Classify Sounds Voicing
Voicing Voiced:
Created by: lxwilliams