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    Phonology - How Speech Sounds Combine Introduction to Linguistics for Computational Linguists 1 Speech Sounds • Phonetics - Physical basis of speech sounds – Physiology of pronunciation‚ perception – Acoustics of speech sounds • Phonology - Patterns of combination of speech sounds – Which sequences are allowed (phonotactics) – Effects of context on speech 2 Phonology • Basic elements are phonemes. • Patterns of organization are phonology. – – – – Structure of phoneme set Syllables

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    Phonology is a branch of linguistics concerned with the systematic organization of sounds in languages. It has traditionally focused largely on study of the systems of phonemes in particular languages‚ but it may also cover any linguistic analysis either at a level beneath the word (including syllable‚ onset and rhyme‚ articulatory gestures‚ articulatory features‚ mora‚ etc.) or at all levels of language where sound is considered to be structured for conveying linguistic meaning. Phonology also

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    Phonetics & Phonology An Introduction Sarmad Hussain Center for Research in Urdu Language Processing‚ NUCES‚ Lahore‚ Pakistan sarmad.hussain@nu.edu.pk Levels of Linguistic Analysis Pragmatics Semantics Syntax Morphology Phonology Phonetics www.PANL10n.net 2 Overview „ Phonetics „ Phonology „ Computational Phonology www.PANL10n.net 3 Phonetics What is Phonetics ? „ Study of human speech as a physical phenomenon ‰ Articulation ‰ Acoustics ‰ Perception www.PANL10n.net 5 Articulatory

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    sound in thin and thought. Still others have been specially invented; e.g. ð for the th- sound in the and then. The most widely used phonetic script is the International Phonetic Alphabet. There is an excellent article on this in Wikipedia. Phonology: Phonology is the term used for the study of the speech sounds used in a particular language. The distinctive accents that many learners of English have are due to differences between the phonological system of their language and that of English. From

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    PHONETICS AND PHONOLOGY: ENG 221 {LECTURER: MRS FALEKE V.O} 200 LEVEL COURSE CONTENT (i) Introducing Phonetics a. What is Phonetics? b. What is Phonology? c. The Three Branches of Phonetics d. Types of Phonology e. Aspects of Phonology f. Phonetics and Phonology any Relationship (ii) The Organs of Speech and Human Speech Mechanism a. The Organs of Speech b. The Human Speech c. The human Speech Mechanism d. Description of the English Consonant e. Description of the Vowel Sounds

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    convey various ideas with each other. Each of these sounds consists of words which are made out of discrete speech sounds known as phonemes. This study of phonemes and other phenomena related to the sounds of a particular language is known as phonology. In order to gain a full understanding of the Setswana language‚ it is necessary to carefully analyze the inventory and structure of its consonants and vowels. In all‚ there are 28 Setswana consonants that each have different distinctive

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    Unit 1 – Phonetics and Phonology 1.1 Introduction Phonetics is an empirical science which studies human speech sounds. It tells us how sound are produced‚ thus describing the articulatory and acoustic properties of sounds‚ and furnishes us with methods for this classification. Phonetics is divided into three main branches: - Articulatory phonetics: Studies the nature and limits of the human ability to produce speech sounds and describes the way these sounds are delivered. - Acoustic

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    Phonology and Morphology correlate with each other lexically and grammatically. Phonology is essentially the description of the systems and patterns of speech sounds in a language. Morphology is the study of words in a language. The interplay between the two categories has a mutual effect in the process of word formation. The relationship between the two systems can be attributed to Morphophonemics which is a branch of Linguistics that delves into the interaction between morphological and phonological

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    PHONETICS AND PHONOLOGY Seminar Ante Marunica INTRODUCTION Prescriptivism and descriptivism Throughout the ages‚ grammarians and linguists have been attempting to formulate the speakers’ grammar in a set of rules‚ though it is probably fair to say that they have not yet been able to do so

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    NATURAL CLASSES AND PHONOLOGICAL RULES WHAT IS A NATURAL CLASS? HOW DO PHONOLOGICAL RULES EXPRESS NATURAL CLASSES? PHONOLOGICAL RULES Phonological processes or changes in which the conditions are stated in ordinary language express phonological rules. These regular expressions of the change can be formalized in various ways. One major aim of a phonological theory is provide a set of notations which can express phonological rules simply‚ straightforwardly and intuitively. THE

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