English phonetics

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  • References about the basics of the English transliteration. Reference document for those you love him arts, the self nghi6n students study, the students in the university, your parents and see her,,, can be used. The document was compiled detailed, easy to understand ...

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  • Since the publication of the first edition in 1983, this course has established itself as the most practical, comprehensive text in the field and become widely used in many parts of the world in universities and other institutions of higher education. This new edition takes into account recent developments in the teaching of phonology

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  • Because the English-speaking world contains so many diverse com -munities, scattered over a wide geographical area with different histori-cal and cultural backgrounds, our basic stance is that it is not really possible to describe the phonetics of ‘English’ as such.

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  • Test 2 Part I: PHONETICS: Exercise 1: Choose one word whose bold part is pronounced differently. Identify your answer by circling the corresponding letter A, B, C or D 1. (A) honesty hydrogen 2. (A) appreciate grateful 3. (A) particular 4. (A)

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  • Lesson plan This unit deals with the students’ listening awareness of both short and long vowel sounds. You might note that there is no universally agreed concept of what each vowel sound should be. Although this book uses the phonetic symbols from the International Phonetic Alphabet, which is based on Southern British English pronunciation, there are many other acceptable pronunciations which you could check in a good dictionary.

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  • Students of english realize very early on in their learning career that prepositions present a problem. They collocate with nouns, adjectives, past participles, and verbs, without rules or logic. Students simply have to learn that interested is followed by in, and good is followed by at, and go home has no preposition.

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  • The TOEIC Speaking and Writing tests include tasks that people might perform in work-related situations or in familiar daily activities that are common across cultures. The tests assess English- language speaking and writing profi ciency and do not require test takers to have specialized knowledge of business.

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  • he International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA)[note 1] is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. It was devised by the International Phonetic Association as a standardized representation of the sounds of oral language.[1] The IPA is used by lexicographers, foreign language students and teachers, linguists, Speech-Language Pathologists, singers, actors, constructed language creators, and translators.[2][3]

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  • Lecture 2 - Vowels of Lecture Phonetics & Phonology has content: Definition, Classification (According to the height to which the tongue is raised, According to the part of the tongue which is raised, According to the degree of lip rounding), Describing vowels, Identifying vowels, Diphthongs, Triphthongs.

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  • Lecture Phonetics & Phonology: Lecture 1 has content: Phonetics vs. Phonology, How speech sounds are produced, Consonants (Definition, Classification, Describing consonants, Identifying consonants).

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  • Daniel Jones (1881-1967) played a significant role in the emergence of phonetics as a fully developed academic discipline in the first half of the twentieth century. Jones's pioneering works are made easily accessible to scholars once again.

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  • Lecture 3 of Lecture Phonetics & Phonology has content: Phonemes, Allophones, Symbols (Phonemic symbols, Phonetic symbols), Transcriptions (Broad / Phonemic transcription, Narrow / Phonetic transcription), Rules for English allophones.

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  • Lecture 5 - Stress of Lecture Phonetics & Phonology has content: Definition, Types of stress, Nature of stress, Placement of stress within words (Simple words, Derived words, Compound words), Word class pairs, Strong form and weak form.

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  • Lecture 8 - Intonation has content: Definition, Tune shapes, Functions of intonation, The basic English tunes (The falling tune – The glide down, The first rising tune – The glide up, The second rising tune – The take off, The falling-rising tune, The dive).

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  • Lecture 7 - Tones of Lecture Phonetics & Phonology has content: Tones and tone languages, Tones and functions of tones in English, Tone units.

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  • Lecture 4 - Syllables of Lecture Phonetics & Phonology has content: Definition, The nature of syllables, The structure of English syllables, Strong and weak syllables.

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  • Lecture 6 - Pects of connected speech presents: Rhythm, Assimilation, Elision, Linking. Rhythm is the relatively equal beat between stressed syllables. It has often been claimed that English speech is rhythmical and that rhythm is detectable in the regular occurrence of stressed syllables.

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  • During early language acquisition, infants must learn both a lexicon and a model of phonetics that explains how lexical items can vary in pronunciation—for instance “the” might be realized as [Di] or [D@]. Previous models of acquisition have generally tackled these problems in isolation, yet behavioral evidence suggests infants acquire lexical and phonetic knowledge simultaneously.

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  • Chatting is a popular communication media on the Internet via ICQ, chat rooms, etc. Chat language is different from natural language due to its anomalous and dynamic natures, which renders conventional NLP tools inapplicable. The dynamic problem is enormously troublesome because it makes static chat language corpus outdated quickly in representing contemporary chat language. To address the dynamic problem, we propose the phonetic mapping models to present mappings between chat terms and standard words via phonetic transcription, i.e. Chinese Pinyin in our case. ...

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  • In this paper we investigate named entity transliteration based on a phonetic scoring method. The phonetic method is computed using phonetic features and carefully designed pseudo features. The proposed method is tested with four languages – Arabic, Chinese, Hindi and Korean – and one source language – English, using comparable corpora. The proposed method is developed from the phonetic method originally proposed in Tao et al. (2006). In contrast to the phonetic method in Tao et al.

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