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Phonemes

consonants

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What are the 2 differences between monopthongs and diphthongs monopthongs are Vowels that remain qualitatively the same throughout entire production and are pure vowels Diphthongs Change in quality during production and are composed of 2 distinct vowel elements
What are the 3 classifications of diphthongs Onglide/offglide Rising/falling Phonemic/nonphonemic
explain onlglide and offglide onglide is the first portion of the diphthong and the offglide is the 2nd portion of the diphthong
Do the 5 diphthongs in the American English dialect have rising diphthongs, falling diphthongs, or both? rising
what is the difference between phonemic diphthongs and non phonemic diphthongs Phonemic diphthongs Can change the meaning of the word when compared to the monophthong production non phonemic diphthongs The meaning of the word does not change if the diphthong or monophthong is produced
What are the dimentions of consonant production features according to the book? Active Articulator - The anatomical structure that actually moves during the generation of speech sounds. Passive Articulator - The immovable portion of the vocal tract that is paired with the active articulator Manner of Articulation Voicing
what are the dimentions of consonant production features according to lecture? Place of articulation - Manner of articulation - voicing or unvoiced
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