Course title: Phonetics and Phonology CreditCourse title: Phonetics and Phonology Credit
Ladefoged, Peter. 2006. A course in Phonetics. 5th ed. Boston, ma.: Thomson Wadsworth
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French loanwords in Vietnamese: the role of input language phonotactics and contrast in loanword adaptationFrench loanwords in Vietnamese: the role of input language phonotactics and contrast in loanword adaptation
University of Toronto Scarborough, 2University of Florida, and 3Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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1 Introduction1 Introduction
H*+L. The peak in H*+L is aligned differently; H*+L is accommodated differently when sonorant material is scarce, and the implementation of ip-final downstepped H*+L is different
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Connected speech and coarticulationConnected speech and coarticulation
Another phenomenon of connected speech is elision, the process by which sounds that would be pronounced in slow, careful speech seem to disappear
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