Phoneme

  1. DIFFERENT APPROACHES TO THE PROBLEM OF PHONEME. THE DEFINITION OF PHONEME
  2. Methods of the identification of phonemes in a language
  3. OE Consonant Phonemes
  4. Phoneme
  5. PRINCIPAL AND SUBSIDIARY VARIANTS OF ENGLISH PHONEMES
  6. Speech sounds and Phonemes

III: {{064}} -: Language unit

III: {{065}} -: Functional

III: {{066}} -: Recognitive

III: {{067}} -: A materialistic

III: {{068}}-: Constitutive

III: {{069}} -: Phoneme

III: {{070}} -: Objective

III: {{071}} -: Subsidiary

III: {{072}} -: Transcription

III: {{073}} -: Phonology

III: {{074}} -: Properties

III: {{075}} -: Family

III: {{076}} -: Allophones

III: {{077}} -: The whole phrase

III: {{078}} -: Sounds

III: {{079}} -: Phonetic similarity

III: {{080}} -: Meaning

III: {{081}} -: Relevant

III: {{082}} -: Phonological

III: {{083}} -: Phonetic

III: {{084}} -: Narrow

III: {{085}} -: Broad

III: {{086}} -: Allophones

III: {{087}} -: Phonemes

III: {{088}} -: Scientific

III: {{089}} -: The same

III: {{090}} -: The same

III: {{091}} -: Teaching

III: {{092}} -: Three

III: {{093}} -: Distinctive

III: {{094}}

L1: If one distinctive feature of phonemes is marked, R1: single

the opposition is

L2: If two distinctive features of phonemes are marked, R1: double

the opposition is

L3: If three distinctive features of phonemes are marked, R3: triple

the opposition is

III: {{095}} -: Narrow

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The System of English Consonant and Vowel Phonemes

IV: {{096}}-: Glottal

IV: {{097}} -: Labiodental

IV: {{098}} -: Constrictive

IV: {{099}}-: Elision

IV: {{100}} -: Assimilation

IV: {{101}} -: Accommodation

IV: {{102}} -: Reduction

IV: {{103}} -: Triangle

IV: {{104}} -: Diphthongoids

IV: {{105}}

L1: There are ... diphthongs in the English language. R1: 8

L2: There are ... vowel sounds in the English language. R2: 12

L3: There are ... consonant sounds in the English language. R3: 24

IV: {{106}}-: 6

IV: {{107}}-: 20

IV: {{108}}-: 26

IV: {{109}} -: Labial

IV: {{110}} -: Qualitative

IV: {{111}}-: ?

IV: {{112}}-: Low

IV: {{113}}-: 33

IV: {{114}} -: Unrounded

IV: {{115}}-: Long

IV: {{116}}-: Passive

IV: {{117}} -: Palatalization

IV: {{118}}-: Duration

IV: {{119}}-: Quantity

IV: {{120}}-: Easier

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Territorial Varieties of English Pronunciation | Intonation

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