Topic 8 – Phonological system of the english language ii: consonants. Phonetic symbols. Comparison with the language of your communityEscribir un título de entrada

Points common to Tema 7: the vowels:

1 phonetics and phonology

2 speech organs

3 vowels and consonants.

4 classification

According to the use of voice:

Voiced, the vocal chords being vibrated: b, d, g, v, z, ʒ, dʒ, l, m, n, ŋ, j, ð, w

Voiceless, or breathed, there´s no vibration of the vocal chords: p, t, k, θ, s, r, f, h, ʃ, tʃ.

According to the organs of articulation / manner of articulation

According to the manner of articulation

According to the organs of articulation

labial

dental

alveolar

Post alveolar

Palato alveolar

Palatal

velar

Glottal or laryngeal

Bilabial

labiodental

Plosive

P b

T d

K g

Affricate

tʃ dʒ

Nasal

M

n

ŋ

Lateral

l

fricative

F v

θ ð

S z

r

ʃ ʒ

H

semivowel

W

j

5 COMPARISON WITH SPANISH CONSONANTS

ʃ ŋ

6 CONCLUSIONS APLICABLE TO LANGUAGE TEACHING

/sss´tudI/

Minimal pairs

Shorts shots

SPELLING OF ENGLISH CONSONANTS

B

θ th

ð th they them the with

K k,c,q,christmas,character,x (ks)

tʃ Picture, church, cello, concerto, czesch

dʒ jelly, judge, village, shortage

d d

f f, cough, laugh, tough, rough, Philip, phone

g g

h h

l l

m m

n n

ŋ nk ng

p p

r r

s s cecil nice eczema ritzy waltz

ʃ sh, session, version, tension, fiction, schedule, fucsia

ʒ camouflage, collage, espionage, rouge, genre (french) usure, usual

z z dessert, dissolve, possess, scissors, xylophone, Xerox, busy, close

t t thames, Thomas –ed jumped stopped talked wached walked

v v

w one once, chamoir, reservoir, choir, language, quick

j y tedious, companion, hideous, before u uniform

Publicado: noviembre 24, 2015 por Santiago

Etiquetas: tema 8 inglés secundaria