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Phonetics by Mind Map: Phonetics

1. Place of articulation

1.1. Bilabial

1.2. labiodental

1.3. Palatal

1.4. Uvular

1.5. Retroflex

1.6. Glottal

1.7. Alveolar

2. Acoustic Phonetics

2.1. The study of the sound waves of phonetics

2.1.1. Variations in air pressure

2.1.2. Displacement of eardrum

2.1.3. Frequency

2.1.4. Pitch

2.1.5. Amplitude

2.1.6. Wave quality

2.1.6.1. Sinusoidal

2.1.6.2. Complex

3. Definition:

3.1. Classification of speech sounds

3.2. Description of speech sounds

3.2.1. New node

4. Articulatory Phonetics

4.1. Use of the vocal organs to produce speech

4.1.1. tounge

4.1.1.1. High/mid/low

4.1.1.2. Front/centre/back

4.1.1.3. Vowel Quadrilateral

5. Manner of articulation

5.1. Plosives

5.2. Fricatives

5.2.1. Lateral fricative

5.3. Nasal

5.4. Trills

5.5. Tap/flap

5.6. Aproximant

5.6.1. Lateral Aproximant

6. Articulation

6.1. Double articulation

6.2. Primary articulation

6.3. Secondary Articulation

6.3.1. Labialization

6.3.2. Palatalization

6.3.3. Velarization

6.3.4. Pharyngealization

6.4. Glottalization

7. Syllables

7.1. onset

7.2. codas

7.3. morphemes

7.3.1. allophones

7.4. nucleus