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E /j/ and /w/ are like very short vowels, similar to brief versions of E /i:/ and E /u:/ respectively. Similarly, D /j/ is like a rapidly articulated D /i/. 2 EXERCISE 8 Say a D /i/ followed directly by D /a:/ in this way: [ia:]. If you say [i] quickly, you will end up with Dutch ja. Now try the same with /u/. If you say a rapid D /u/ followed by /Et/, you should end up with a sound close to E [w], and a word sounding like English wet. E /r/ is usually approximant with the tip of the tongue approaching the rear of the alveolar ridge.

We term it a post-alveolar approximant and the symbol for this sound is [®]. D /$/ and D /r/ are frequently realised as approximant sounds. 1 Lateral approximant E /l/. Airstream escapes without friction over lowered sides of tongue. 2 Cross-sections viewed from front. Top: tongue-sides lowered for lateral [l]. g. [t, d]. In fact, a former term for these sounds was ‘semi-vowels’. CLASSIFICATION OF CONSONANTS 45 Lateral consonants involve a special type of partial stricture, whereby the central part of the tongue forms a closure with the roof of the mouth, but one or both of the sides remain lowered.

Tony rather likes us /"t@UnI "rA:D@ "laIks @s/. Tony rather likes them /"t@UnI "rA:D@ "laIks D@m/. 3. Demonstrative that always has the SF (even if not stressed). That’s exactly what I want /D{ts Ig"z{ktlI wÅt aI "wÅnt/. That play I saw was appalling /D{t "pleI aI "sO: w@z @"pO:lIN/. g. The play that we saw /D@ "pleI D@t wI "sO:/. g. Daniel said that he was fond of drinking beer /"d{nj@l "sed D@t hI w@z "fÅnd @v "drINkIN "bI@/. 4. 1 for special forms). 5. e. have, has, and had, pronunciation with /h/ is optional.

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