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Speed Sound Disorder Terminology
Allophone
Apraxia
Articulation
Canonical Babbling
Variants of a phoneme in a particular language.
Motor programming difficulty, particularly involving consonan…
Movements of the speech production mechanism to produce speec…
Babbling that consists of REPEATING consonant-vowel pairs.
Allophone
Variants of a phoneme in a particular language.
Apraxia
Motor programming difficulty, particularly involving consonan…
22 terms
Phonology (concepts)
consonant
word stress
diphthong
vowel
a speech sound where the airstream from the lungs is either c…
refers to the pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in…
a vowel in which there is a change in quality during a single…
a speech sound produced without significant constriction of t…
consonant
a speech sound where the airstream from the lungs is either c…
word stress
refers to the pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in…
36 terms
ANT 204
Phonetics
Types of Phonetics
Articulatory Phonetics
Acoustic Phonetics
study of minimal units of language
Articulatrory, Acoustic, Audio Phonetics
Production of speech sounds
Physical properties of speech sounds
Phonetics
study of minimal units of language
Types of Phonetics
Articulatrory, Acoustic, Audio Phonetics
27 terms
Phonology (Basic concepts) to be edited
consonant
diphthong
vowel
Phonetics
a speech sound where the airstream from the lungs is either c…
a vowel in which there is a change in quality during a single…
a speech sound produced without closing any part of the mouth…
the study of speech sounds
consonant
a speech sound where the airstream from the lungs is either c…
diphthong
a vowel in which there is a change in quality during a single…
111 terms
CSD 514 Exam 1
Allophones
Alveolar
Amplification
Apraxia
Variants of a phoneme in a particular language
Consonants produced at the alveolar ridge behind upper teeth
...
Motor programming difficulty, particularly involving consonan…
Allophones
Variants of a phoneme in a particular language
Alveolar
Consonants produced at the alveolar ridge behind upper teeth
17 terms
Sound Techniques
Alliteration
Assonance
Consonance
Dissonance
Repetition of consonant sounds in a sequence of nearby words,…
Closely recurring vowels in stressed syllables "lowly, slowly
The correspondence of consonant sounds (especially at the end…
A harsh or inharmonious sound. Sometimes artists use a combin…
Alliteration
Repetition of consonant sounds in a sequence of nearby words,…
Assonance
Closely recurring vowels in stressed syllables "lowly, slowly
26 terms
Linguistics 101
Phonetics
segments
larynx
vocal folds
study of sounds made in the production of human languages
speech sounds
sounds source that sets the air in motion in ways specificall…
inside of the larynx.
Phonetics
study of sounds made in the production of human languages
segments
speech sounds
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Phonology Articulators
Articulator
Alveolar ridge
affricate
approximant
Parts of the mouth, throat and nose used to make speech
the place between the teeth and hard palate (roof) of mouth
these sounds begin as a plosive and finish as a fricative
vocal organs come near to each other, but not close enough to…
Articulator
Parts of the mouth, throat and nose used to make speech
Alveolar ridge
the place between the teeth and hard palate (roof) of mouth
56 terms
Phonetics Exam 2
Consonant Articulation
Classifying Consonants
Voice Onset Time
Negative VOT
Airflow is either: ... Completely block... Greatly reduced... Diver…
Place: Where is the sound formed... Voicing: Are the vocal folds…
Time between release of stop closure and beginning of vocal f…
Vibrating occurs before the stop
Consonant Articulation
Airflow is either: ... Completely block... Greatly reduced... Diver…
Classifying Consonants
Place: Where is the sound formed... Voicing: Are the vocal folds…
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Phonetics
homorganic
cognates
flaps
obstruents
same place of articulation
differ only in voicing
allophones of stops.
obstructed vocal tract.
homorganic
same place of articulation
cognates
differ only in voicing
42 terms
Module 2 Lectures
Places of Articulation
Bilabial
Labiodental
Interdental
Bilabial... Labiodental... Interdental... Alveolar... Palatal... Velar... Glott…
Upper and lower lips
Lips & teeth--upper teeth softly graze behind the bottom lip
In between the teeth
Places of Articulation
Bilabial... Labiodental... Interdental... Alveolar... Palatal... Velar... Glott…
Bilabial
Upper and lower lips
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Ling Chapter 2
Phonetics
acoustic phonetics
auditory phonetics
articulatory phonetics
the study of speech sounds
the study of physical properties of the sound
the study of how sounds are received by the ear
the study of the production of speech sounds
Phonetics
the study of speech sounds
acoustic phonetics
the study of physical properties of the sound
26 terms
Articulation and Phonology in Speech Sound Disorders Chapter 2
phonetics
articulatory phonetics
acoustic phonetics
auditory phonetics
Study of speech emphasizing the description and classificatio…
Production features of speech sounds, their categorization, a…
Study of the transmission properties of speech.
Study of speech (sound) perception.
phonetics
Study of speech emphasizing the description and classificatio…
articulatory phonetics
Production features of speech sounds, their categorization, a…
21 terms
Biology of life vocab words
polymer
monomer
carbohydrate
protein
A large molecule composed of repeating subunits
A molecule that can join with others to make a long molecule
"Compound containing carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen in the appr…
Class of nutrients made up of amino acids. They are needed to…
polymer
A large molecule composed of repeating subunits
monomer
A molecule that can join with others to make a long molecule
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Introduction to Linguistics - Chapter 3 - Vocabulary Terms
syllabary
phonetics
articulatory phonetics
acoustic phonetics
a writing system in which each symbol represents a spoken syl…
the study of sounds made in the production of human language
focuses on the human vocal apparatus and describes sounds in…
uses the tools of physics to study the nature of sound waves…
syllabary
a writing system in which each symbol represents a spoken syl…
phonetics
the study of sounds made in the production of human language
41 terms
Phonetics
Constriction
Sound Source
Vowels
Consonants
Vowels- not noticeable... Consonants- m,s, bringing two articula…
1) a source in or around the mouth (voiceless)... s,f (lips and…
Long duration, loud intensity, low pitch
short duration, soft intensity, high pitch
Constriction
Vowels- not noticeable... Consonants- m,s, bringing two articula…
Sound Source
1) a source in or around the mouth (voiceless)... s,f (lips and…
Exam 2 => PS
affricates
aponeurosis
aspiration
breath groups
phoneme that combines a plosive with an immediately following…
sheet of pearly-white fibrous tissue that takes the place of…
noise generated by turbulence as air moves through the glottis
utterance produced on one exhalation
affricates
phoneme that combines a plosive with an immediately following…
aponeurosis
sheet of pearly-white fibrous tissue that takes the place of…
11 terms
Phonetics definition
fricative
affricate
broad transcription
narrow transcription
close approximation of 2 articulators so that air stream is p…
stop+fricative
how sounds convey different meanings, only indicate most noti…
exact phonetic variation, as specific as possible
fricative
close approximation of 2 articulators so that air stream is p…
affricate
stop+fricative
10 terms
Key Terms 2
open approximation
velarisation
secondary articulation
obstruents
gap between articulators allow air particles to pass through…
the back of the body of the tongue is raised toward the velum
extra articulation is added which slightly modifies the sound…
plosives, fricatives and affricates (can be voiced or voicele…
open approximation
gap between articulators allow air particles to pass through…
velarisation
the back of the body of the tongue is raised toward the velum
47 terms
Phonology
Phoneme
Allophones
Consonant
A stop
The smallest unit of sound in a language which can distinguis…
Variations of phonemes caused by the 'interference' of the pr…
A speech sound where the airstream from the lungs is either c…
A speech sound where the airstream is completely blocked. e.g…
Phoneme
The smallest unit of sound in a language which can distinguis…
Allophones
Variations of phonemes caused by the 'interference' of the pr…
67 terms
american english consonants
manner of articulation
place of articulation
voicing
all vowels are:
way in which the airstream is modified or blocked
location of articulators involved in producing a particular c…
vibration or lack of vibration
voiced
manner of articulation
way in which the airstream is modified or blocked
place of articulation
location of articulators involved in producing a particular c…
25 terms
Jeopardy
Composed of an energy source (the lung…
A drop in pressure within these result…
Anatomically this sits atop the trachea
Provides feedback through both air and…
Source-Filter System of Speech Production
Lungs
Larynx
Hearing Mechanism
Composed of an energy source (the lung…
Source-Filter System of Speech Production
A drop in pressure within these result…
Lungs
30 terms
Introducing the IPA: Advanced Terms to describe place and manner of articulation of Consonants (to be edited)
What is "the manner of articulation" i…
The two major types of consonants are…
Broken down even further, the three ty…
The two types of sonorants are:... ______…
The configuration and interaction of the articulators when ma…
Sonorants
Stops... Fricatives... Affricates
Nasals ... Approximants
What is "the manner of articulation" i…
The configuration and interaction of the articulators when ma…
The two major types of consonants are…
Sonorants
24 terms
Speech and Hearing Science final
articulators
Neutroclusion (Class I)
Distoclusion (Class 2)
Mesioclusion (Class 3)
Lips, teeth, mandible, hard palate, soft palate or velum, ton…
First molar of upper jaw is one half tooth posterior to first…
First molar of lower jaw is posterior to normal position; man…
First molar of lower jaw is anterior to normal position; mand…
articulators
Lips, teeth, mandible, hard palate, soft palate or velum, ton…
Neutroclusion (Class I)
First molar of upper jaw is one half tooth posterior to first…
44 terms
linguistics exam one
consonant
vowel
sonority
syllable
phoneme that involves some constriction of the oral airstream
phoneme that involves little or no constriction of the oral a…
acoustic resonance or singability; correlates inversely with…
a cycle of sonority, usually a vowel or diphthong plus any su…
consonant
phoneme that involves some constriction of the oral airstream
vowel
phoneme that involves little or no constriction of the oral a…
46 terms
chapter 3 vocab
affricate
allophone
alveolar ridge
approximant
speech sound created by a stop and then a fricative
any variant of a phoneme
tissue above the upper ridge where the tongue rests to produc…
sound made by restricting but not blocking the vocal tract
affricate
speech sound created by a stop and then a fricative
allophone
any variant of a phoneme
21 terms
DELTA phonology articulators etc
Articulator
Alveolar ridge
affricate
approximant
Parts of the mouth, throat and nose used to make speech
the place between the teeth and hard palate (roof) of mouth
these sounds begin as a plosive and finish as a fricative
vocal organs come near to each other, but not close enough to…
Articulator
Parts of the mouth, throat and nose used to make speech
Alveolar ridge
the place between the teeth and hard palate (roof) of mouth
31 terms
linguistics
dimmer switch
variation
Places of articulation
bilabials
...
deliveries in different progress period
Manners of Articulation
Term used to denote sounds made with both lips e.g. m, b
dimmer switch
...
variation
deliveries in different progress period
75 terms
DELTA Module 1
Fricative
Alveolar Plosive
Phoneme
Minimal Pair
A consonant sound where the flow of air is partially constric…
A consonant sound made by a sudden release of air from betwee…
Any of the individual sounds of a language which cannot be al…
Two items whose meanings alter when just one phoneme is chang…
Fricative
A consonant sound where the flow of air is partially constric…
Alveolar Plosive
A consonant sound made by a sudden release of air from betwee…
42 terms
USU COMD 3500 Module 2 Lectures
Places of Articulation
Bilabial
Labiodental
Interdental
Bilabial... Labiodental... Interdental... Alveolar... Palatal... Velar... Glott…
Upper and lower lips
Lips & teeth--upper teeth softly graze behind the bottom lip
In between the teeth
Places of Articulation
Bilabial... Labiodental... Interdental... Alveolar... Palatal... Velar... Glott…
Bilabial
Upper and lower lips
114 terms
CDI 325
Speech Articulators
fixed articulators
mobile articulators
nasals
Oral structures involved in articulation... (the hard palate, up…
hard palate, upper incisors, an alveolar ridge
tongue, velum, mandible and lips
m, n, ng
Speech Articulators
Oral structures involved in articulation... (the hard palate, up…
fixed articulators
hard palate, upper incisors, an alveolar ridge
40 terms
Building blocks of life
polymer
monomer
carbohydrate
protein
A large molecule composed of repeating subunits
A molecule that can join with others to make a long molecule
"Compound containing carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen in the appr…
Class of nutrients made up of amino acids. They are needed to…
polymer
A large molecule composed of repeating subunits
monomer
A molecule that can join with others to make a long molecule
31 terms
Skeletal System
compact bone
spongy bone
ossification
osteoblasts
dense, hard bone tissue found in shafts of long bones and on…
less dense bone; bony tissue separated by holes
formation of bone
a bone-forming cell; deposits calcium
compact bone
dense, hard bone tissue found in shafts of long bones and on…
spongy bone
less dense bone; bony tissue separated by holes
Phonetics: Lecture 1
Phonetics
Uses of phonetics
3 Major Fields of phonetics
Articulatory Phonetics
The study of speech sounds of the languages of the world (des…
Speech Pathologists, Speech Synthesis (computers/software)
1. Articulatory Phonetics... 2. Acoustical Phonetics... 3. Perceptu…
All about the human vocal tract. How sounds are made in terms…
Phonetics
The study of speech sounds of the languages of the world (des…
Uses of phonetics
Speech Pathologists, Speech Synthesis (computers/software)
30 terms
Phonetics Unit 5: Consonants
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Consonant
Sonority
Vowels
There are __ consonant phonemes in American... English.
a phoneme produced with a... constriction in the vocal tract imp…
the relative loudness of an... individual speech sound
____ are the most sonorant.
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There are __ consonant phonemes in American... English.
Consonant
a phoneme produced with a... constriction in the vocal tract imp…
82 terms
DELTA Module 1 - Phonology and speech
prominence
tonic stress
tone unit
onset stress
Any stressed syllable in a word or utterance.
The prominence which has the greatest change of pitch directi…
An utterance, or part of an utterance, with one tonic stress.
This is prominence before the tonic stress, where the frequen…
prominence
Any stressed syllable in a word or utterance.
tonic stress
The prominence which has the greatest change of pitch directi…
151 terms
Linguistics Midterm #1
Voiced Glottal State
Voiceless Glottal State
Murmur Glottal State
Whisper Glottal State
Vocal cords vibrate; can be felt
Vocal cords do not vibrate; cannot be felt
- AKA breathy voice... - Create sounds that are voiced, yet brea…
- Voiceless sound... - Front portion of vocal folds held togethe…
Voiced Glottal State
Vocal cords vibrate; can be felt
Voiceless Glottal State
Vocal cords do not vibrate; cannot be felt
29 terms
Chapter 5
consonant
sonorant consonants or sonorants/reson…
obstruents or non-resonant consonants
voiceless obstruent sounds
phoneme produced with a constriction in the vocal tract... usual…
class of sounds produced with a residence throughout the enti…
class of sounds characterized by noise source that originates…
s, f, t, k... sound source is solely at the point of constrictio…
consonant
phoneme produced with a constriction in the vocal tract... usual…
sonorant consonants or sonorants/reson…
class of sounds produced with a residence throughout the enti…
59 terms
linguistics
phonetics
articularoty phonetics
acoustic phonetics
consonant
the study of the sounds made in the production of human lanug…
focuses on the human vocal apartaus and describes sounds in t…
usest he tools of physics to study the nature of sound waves…
a speech sound produced by a partial or complete closure of p…
phonetics
the study of the sounds made in the production of human lanug…
articularoty phonetics
focuses on the human vocal apartaus and describes sounds in t…
91 terms
ESL Praxis
Free Morphemes
Syntax
Pragmatics
Linguistics
Base in root words that can stand alone
Governs the form or structure of a language (sentences). Spec…
The way language is used to communicate. The how, why, when,…
The study of language
Free Morphemes
Base in root words that can stand alone
Syntax
Governs the form or structure of a language (sentences). Spec…
30 terms
Linguistics
stops
nasals
fricatives
affricates
when the vocal tract is completely restricted... - p,b,g,t sounds
closure of the vocal tract in the oral cavity but air flows t…
partial obstruction of the vocal tract ... - sss, shhh, vvv sounds
starts with complete closure and you release the sound into a…
stops
when the vocal tract is completely restricted... - p,b,g,t sounds
nasals
closure of the vocal tract in the oral cavity but air flows t…
120 terms
Phonetics
Affricate
Allophone
Alveolar
Alveolo-palatal
A stop followed by a homorganic fricative
A variant of a phoneme
An articulation involving the tip or blade of the tongue and…
post-alveolar consonant produced with significant raising of…
Affricate
A stop followed by a homorganic fricative
Allophone
A variant of a phoneme
20 terms
Chapter 3 acoustics
stops
fricatives
affricates
nasals
Manner of articulation for _______:... oral cavity obstructed, o…
Manner of articulation for ______:... vocal tract constricted, p…
Manner of articulation for ______:... Begins as a stop with pre…
Manner of articulation for ______:... velopharyngeal port opens…
stops
Manner of articulation for _______:... oral cavity obstructed, o…
fricatives
Manner of articulation for ______:... vocal tract constricted, p…
31 terms
PHO 3.1, 3.2, 3.3
Air is pushed up from the lungs, throu…
Air passes through the
the structure that holds and manipulat…
folds of tissue stretched across the a…
trachea (wind pipe)
Vocal Folds in the Larynx (voice box), through the Vocal Trac…
Larynx
Vocal folds
Air is pushed up from the lungs, throu…
trachea (wind pipe)
Air passes through the
Vocal Folds in the Larynx (voice box), through the Vocal Trac…
CSD 215 LC 4
Obstruents
Sonorants
Stop-plosive
Fricative
produced with greater constriction along the vocal tract. The…
produced with less obstruction in the vocal tract. They are p…
formed by a complete closure of vocal tract (stop), so the ai…
produced with narrow constriction through which air escapes w…
Obstruents
produced with greater constriction along the vocal tract. The…
Sonorants
produced with less obstruction in the vocal tract. They are p…
96 terms
Phonetics Test 1
Vowels
Tongue position/posture
Semivowels
Consoants
speech sounds produced with an unobstructed passage of air st…
determines how the oral cavity is shaped, thereby producing v…
produced by a narrow vocal tract, made with vocal resonance
Sound is produced by a partially or completely constricted vo…
Vowels
speech sounds produced with an unobstructed passage of air st…
Tongue position/posture
determines how the oral cavity is shaped, thereby producing v…
39 terms
The Vocal Tract
Larynx
vocal cords
Glottis
arytenoid cartilages
(colloquially: "voice box"). This is the primary (but not the…
parallel flaps of tissue extending from each side of the inte…
the slit between the vocal cords
two small cartilages that hold the rear ends of the vocal cor…
Larynx
(colloquially: "voice box"). This is the primary (but not the…
vocal cords
parallel flaps of tissue extending from each side of the inte…
68 terms
Phonetics
phonetics
articulatory phonetics
acoustic phonetics
perceptual phonetics
the study of speech sounds of the languages of the world
the human vocal tract, how sounds are made in terms of articu…
the physical nature of sound from the mouth to the ear
perception of sounds from the ear to the brain
phonetics
the study of speech sounds of the languages of the world
articulatory phonetics
the human vocal tract, how sounds are made in terms of articu…
42 terms
Phonetics and Phonology Transcription
Obstruents
Sonorants
Cognates
Prevocalic
obstruction is air flow which includes all consonants
No change or obstruction in air and therefore resonate (nasal…
same placement but different voicing
Beginning of the word
Obstruents
obstruction is air flow which includes all consonants
Sonorants
No change or obstruction in air and therefore resonate (nasal…
32 terms
Chapter 5: Liquids
Almost all languages in the UPSID samp…
There are more languages with greater…
Laterals may be grouped into 4 broad h…
____laterals are by far the most commo…
-more than one liquid
-laterals
-lateral approximants... -taps/flaps... -fricatives... -affricates
-plain voiced approximant... -in inventories where a plain type…
Almost all languages in the UPSID samp…
-more than one liquid
There are more languages with greater…
-laterals
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