Seminar 6

  1. The students are at the seminar on metal technology. Read to their discussion and learn what properties copper has and where it can be used. Insert the appropriate modal verbs.

1. Aspects of the phoneme:

1) material aspect;

2) abstractional aspect;

3) functional aspect;

Literature: 1. Vassilyev V.A. Ch.5. 5.17 - 5.19.

2. The lecture.

2. Functions of the phoneme:

1) The constitutive function;

2) The distinctive function;

3) The recognitive function.

Literature: 1. Vassilyev V.A. Ch.5. 5.33 - 5.36.

2. The lecture.

3. Types of transcription:

Literature: 1. Vassilyev V.A. Ch. 5. 5.20 - 5.22; 5.25.

2. Sokolova M.A., pp.40-41 (4); pp.34-36 (1, 3); pp.40-41.

3. Borisova L.V., Metlyuk A.A., pp. 42-44.

4. The lecture.

4. Methods of Phonological Analysis:

1. The aim of the phonological analysis.

2. The distributional method.

3. The semantic method.

Literature: 1. Sokolova M.A., pp. 43-48.

2. Vassilyev V.A. Ch. 5.53-5.57; 5.60; 5.67-5.69.

3. The lecture.

Seminar 7

The System of English Consonant and Vowel Phonemes

1. The system of English consonants.

Literature: 1. Sokolova M.A., pp. 50-59.

2. Vassilyev V.A., pp. 182-194.

2. Modifications of consonants in connected speech.

Literature: 1. Vassilyev V.A., pp. 59-65.

3. The system of English vowels.

Literature: 1. Sokolova M.A., pp. 65-73.

2. Vassilyev V.A., pp. 195-213.

4. Modifications of vowels in connected speech. The unstressed vocalism of English.

Literature: 1. Sokolova M.A., pp. 73-75.

2. Vassilyev V.A., pp. 214-218.

5. Sound alternations.

Literature: 1. Sokolova M.A., pp. 75-83.

6. Stylistic modifications of sounds.

Literature: 1. Sokolova M.A., pp. 83-94.

3. Report: Alternations and modifications of speech sounds in English. Gimson A.C. () .

Seminar 8



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