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Phonetics and Phonology by Mind Map: Phonetics and  Phonology

1. Phonetics

1.1. Articulation Points

1.1.1. Bilabial

1.1.2. Dental floss

1.1.3. interdental

1.1.4. Dental

1.1.5. Alveolar

1.1.6. Palatal

1.1.7. Velar

1.2. Definition

1.2.1. is the classification and description of speech sounds. Is the study of human speech sounds also studies which sounds are present in a language.

1.3. Types of phonetics

1.4. Articulatory phonetics

1.4.1. how sounds are produced

1.5. Acoustic Phonetics

1.5.1. how sounds are transmitted

1.6. Auditory phonetics

1.6.1. how sounds are perceived

1.7. Applications

1.7.1. Forensic phonetics the science of speech

1.7.2. Speech Recognition analisys and transcription of recorder by computer system

1.7.3. Speech Synthesis The production of human speech

1.7.4. Pronunciation To learn actual

1.8. Segmental

1.8.1. Vowels speech sound made by vocal long vowela short vowels

1.8.2. Consonants sounds are those in forming which the air-stream meets either a stricture of complete oral closure (.....) or one of intermittent closure (...) or one of partial oral closure (...) oral srticture of close approximation (...)

1.9. Phoneme

1.9.1. is the smallest contrastive linguistic unit of a particular language example ¨pat¨ and ¨rat¨

2. how sounds are received

3. Phonology

3.1. definition

3.1.1. Discipline whose main concern is related to the way speech sounds are organized and function...

3.2. Supra segmental

3.2.1. Entonation

3.2.2. Accent

3.2.3. Syllable

3.3. Phoneme

3.3.1. is the smallest contrastive linguistic unit of a particular language example ¨pat¨ and ¨rat¨

4. Mode articulations

4.1. Place of Articulation

4.2. Nasal Cavity

4.3. Oral Cavity

4.4. Vocal chords