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phonetics
the study of the production of speech sounds
physiological phonetics
study of the functions of speech organs during the process of speaking
acoustic phonetics
the differences in frequency, intensity, and duration of various consonants
perceptual phonetics
study of a listener's psychoacoustic response of speech sounds in terms of loudness, pitch, perceived length, and quality
experimental phonetics
lab study of physiologiccal, acoustic, and perceptual phonetics
clinical phonetics
study and transcription of aberrant speech behaviors
phonology
systematic organization of speech sounds in language
diagraphs
pairs of letters that represent one sound
allographs
different letter sequences or patterns that represent the same sound
morphemes
smallest unit of language with meaning

free - can stand alone
bound - must be attached to a word
phoneme
symbol which represents one specific speech sound
minimal pairs
words that vary by only one phoneme
allophones
variant pronunciations of a particular phoneme
diacritics
specialized symbols that show dark /l/ or unreleased /p/
phonemic transcription
does not make an attempt to trasncribe allophonic variation - virgules are used
rhotic diphthongs
a speech sound consisting of the two elements - vowel + /r/
diphthongs
a single phoneme consisting of two vowel elements, the first termed the onglide and the second termed the offglide
glottal
referring to the glottis, a phoneme profuced with a constriction formed at the level of the vocal folds (/h/)
sonority
loudness of the individual speech sounds of a language
onset
consonants preceeding the vowel
rhyme
2 parts - nucleus (vowel) and coda (consonant after a vowel)
lingual flap
represents allophonic production of t/d - rapid movement of the tongue tip against the alveolar ridge resulting in the creation of a very brief phoneme
syllabics
consonants that serve as the nucleus of the syllable - /l, m, n/