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Phonetics as a Science

I: {{001}} Q: The correct answer for the following is:

S: Phonetics is ...

-: A branch of linguistics which studies consonants and vowels

-: An independent branch of linguistics which studies the sound system of the language, i.e. segmental phonemes, word stress, syllabic structure and intonation

-: An independent branch of linguistics which studies separate sounds

-: A part of grammar which deals with speech sounds

I: {{002}} S: The term "Phonetics" comes from the ... words

-: Greek

-: Latin

-: English

-: French

I: {{003}} S: Speech sounds have four aspects: articulatory, acoustic, auditory and ...

-: Functional

-: Allophonic

-: Lexical

-: Phonetic

I: {{004}} S: From the articulatory point of view every speech sound is a complex of definite, coordinated and differentiated movements and positions of the various speech ...

-: Organs

-: Activities

-: Sounds

-: Variations

I: {{005}} Q: The sentence can be completed using your knowledge of theory of the subject.

S: Special phonetics is the phonetics of a particular ###.

I: {{006}}

S: Phonetics is connected with linguistic and ### sciences.

I: {{007}}

S: There are two cavities: the mouth cavity and the ### cavity.

I: {{008}}

S: Phonetics which is mainly concerned with the functioning of phonetic units in the language is called ###.

I: {{009}}

S: Phonetics is divided into 2 major components: segmental and ###.

I: {{010}}

Q: Definitions can be made up through matching their parts from the columns.

L1: Acoustic phonetics studies R1: the way in which the air vibrates between the speaker's mouth

and the listener's ear

L2: Auditory phonetics investigates R2: the hearing process

L3: Articulatory phonetics studies mostly R3: the movements of speech organs

R4: the rhythm

R5: the vocal cords

I: {{011}} Q: The sentence can be completed using your knowledge of theory of the subject.

S: The opening between the vocal cords is known as the ###.

I: {{012}}

S: The branch of phonetics that studies the linguistic function of consonant and vowel sounds, syllabic structure, word accent and prosodic features is called ###.

I: {{013}}

S: The ways in which pronunciation interacts with society are studied by ###.

I: {{014}}

S: Phonetics that studies the substance, the material form of phonetic phenomena in relation to meaning is called ###.

I: {{015}} Q: Definitions can be made up through matching their parts from the columns.

L1: Special phonetics is R1: the phonetics of a particular language

L2: Comparative phonetics studies R2: kindred languages

L3: Functional phonetics studies R3: the functional styles of the spoken speech

R4: the hearing process

R5: the pronunciation

I: {{016}} Q: The sentence can be completed using your knowledge of theory of the subject.

S: The air may pass through the nasal cavity and the ### cavity.



The need to teach the comprehension of spoken English. pp. 1-11 | Problems of Phonostylistics

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