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Vowels and Consonant Serikova Aigerim
Vowels Vowels: a vowel is a letter which makes a distinct sound by itself. If air passes straight through the mouth without being stopped or constricted anywhere, this forms a vowelsound. The vowels in the English language are: A, E, I, O, U
Consonants Consonants: The word consonant is used to refer to a letter of an alphabet that denotes a consonant sound. It forms a syllable only in combination with vowel. Consonant letters in the English alphabet are: B, C, D, F, G, H, J, K, L, M, N, P, Q, R, S, T, V, W, X, Y, Z
The system of English sounds. Classifications of sounds. (Organs of speech) Organs of speech Active-movable are the organs of speech that are taking the active part in the sounds formation The passive organs of speech stay non moving during the process of articulation The air passage: Diaphragm Lungs Larynx Supraglottal cavities Pharynx Mouth Nasal cavities
The system of English sounds. Classifications of sounds. Main definitions Sounds are combinations of the acoustic waves. Units of the phonetic system which help to recognize and distinguish words of the language are generally called phonemes. Different phonetic realizations of a phoneme are known as allophones. Minimal pairs are the pairs of words which are different in respect of one sound. Words like pin, tin, sin are distinguished by a change in the first consonantal element so the phoneme p, t, s may be revealed. The two main groups of sounds in the phonetics are consonants and vowels.
The system of English sounds. Classifications of sounds. (Consonants)
The system of English sounds. Classifications of sounds.