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English Phonetics and Phonology: An Introduction / Edition 1
     

English Phonetics and Phonology: An Introduction / Edition 1

by Philip Carr
 

ISBN-10: 0631197761

ISBN-13: 9780631197768

Pub. Date: 11/28/1999

Publisher: Wiley

This volume is perfect for introductory level students of English phonetics and phonology. Presupposing no previous knowledge of either phonetics or phonology, it presents the subject with a minimum of technical terminology.

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This volume is perfect for introductory level students of English phonetics and phonology. Presupposing no previous knowledge of either phonetics or phonology, it presents the subject with a minimum of technical terminology.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780631197768
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
11/28/1999
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
192
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.62(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

Table of Contents

Preface for Teachers.

Preface for Students.

Acknowledgements.

Figure 1: The Origins of Speech.

Figure 2: The International Phonetic Alphabet.

Part I: English Phonetics: Consonants (i):.

Airstream and Articulation.

Place of Articulation.

Manner of Articulation: Stops, Fricatives and Approximants.

Exercises.

Part II: English Phonetics: Consonants (ii):.

Central vs Lateral.

Taps and Trills.

Secondary Articulation.

Affricates.

Aspiration.

Nasal Stops.

Exercises.

Part III: English Phonetics: Vowels (i):.

The Primary Cardinal Vowels.

RP and GA Short Vowels.

Exercises.

Part IV: English Phonetics: Vowels (ii):.

RP Long Vowels.

RP Diphthongs.

Exercises.

Part V: The Phonemic Principle:.

Introduction: 'Linguistic Knowledge'.

Contrast vs Predictability: the Phoneme.

Phonemes, Allophones and Contexts.

Summing up.

Exercises.

Part VI: English Phonemes:.

English Consonant Phonemes.

The Phonological Form of Morphemes.

English Vowel Phonemes.

Exercises.

Part VII: English Syllable Structure:.

Introduction.

Constituency in Syllable Structure.

The Sonority Hierarchy, Maximal Onset and Syllable Weight.

Language-specific Phonotactics.

Syllable Consonants and Phonotactics.

Syllable-based Generalisations.

Morphological Structure, Syllable Structure and Resyllabification.

Summing up.

Exercises.

Part VIII: English Word Stress:.

Introduction: Is English Word stress Predictable?.

Word Stress Assignment, Syntactic Category, and Syllable Structure.

Word Stress Assignment and Morphological Structure.

Compound Words.

Exercises.

Part IX: The Rhythm of English:.

The Foot.

Phonological Generalisations and Foot Structure.

The Rhythm of English: Stress Timing and Eurythmy.

Exercises.

Part X: Connected Speech and Intonation:.

Reduction, Assimilation and Elision.

Insertion of Intonation: Its Form.

Tone Groups.

The Functions of Intonation.

Part XI: Variation in English Accents:.

Introduction.

Systemic vs Realisational Differences between Accents.

Perceptual and Articulatory Space.

Differences in the Lexical Distribution of Phonemes.

Exercises.

Appendix: General Australian English: Defining the General Australian English accent.

General Australian Vowels.

General Australian Consonants.

London English: Identifying London English.

London English vowels.

London English Consonants.

New York City English: Defining New York City English.

New York City Vowels.

New York City Consonants.

Scottish Standard English and Lowland Scots:.

Defining SSE and Lowland Scots.

SSE Vowels.

SSE Consonants.

Vowels in the Lowland Scots Dialect.

Tyneside English: Defining the Tyneside English Accents.

Tyneside Vowels.

Tyneside Consonants.

An Overview of some Common Phenomena found in Accent Variation.

Suggestions for Further Reading.

Index.

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