It concerns stress, rhythm and intonation patterns
It studies how speech sounds are produced
From a distribution point of view, they are sounds that occupy a marginal position within the syllable
Speech sounds that function as consonants in the syllable.
It concerns vowels and consonants
Science that studies the sounds and human voice, studying the physical aspects of speech processes. Its unit is the sound.
It studies how speech sounds are transmitted
It studies how speech sounds are perceived
Articulatory force: depending on how much muscular energy is involved, /p,t,k/ would be:
Science that studies the sound system, studying how sounds are combined in a language in order to express meanings
Method that promotes a natural and spontaneous way of learning
From an articulatory point of view, there is no noticeable obstruction to the air-stream in the oral cavity during its production
Pronunciation model to be used within the English as a Foreign Language classroom, being the most prestigious British accent,