By C. M. Millward, Mary Hayes
The 3rd variation of A BIOGRAPHY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE keeps to envision the constitution of English, from its Indo-European pre-history, in the course of the invasions that formed outdated and center English, via its audio system' awake efforts to police it within the Early sleek interval, via its present-day modifications occur in city slang and text-messaging. The textbook explores 3 very important concerns: how languages and language switch are systematic; how the interior historical past of a language is profoundly laid low with its outer historical past of political and culural occasions; and the way the English of the prior has far and wide left its strains on present-day English. by way of uncovering the language's earlier, you can greater use it to speak in addition to speculate approximately its destiny use in ever-changing globalized media.
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1. 1 shows English consonants defined by manner and place of articulation. Stops Stops, also called plosives, are sounds produced by blocking the flow of air completely at some point in the mouth and then fully releasing it. The type of stop is defined by the point in the mouth at which the stream of air is blocked. Thus, /p/ is a bilabial stop because the air is blocked at the lips, whereas /g/ is a For the Birds Imitative (or echoic, or onomatopoeic) words comprise only a tiny, though entertaining, part of the total English vocabulary.
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PHONOLOGY 25 brackets ([ ]). Thus we say that [p] and [p‘] (where the inverted apostrophe stands for aspiration) are allophones of the phoneme /p/. Normally, all the allophones of a phoneme share many features. Both [p] and [p‘] are voiceless, are bilabial, and involve a momentary complete stoppage of the air coming from the lungs. Their only difference lies in the force of the plosion when the stoppage is released. In a few instances, however, allophones of a single phoneme differ strikingly. For example, most allophones of the English phoneme /t/ are formed by the contact of the tongue with the alveolar ridge, where your tongue is when you say hot and top.
A Biography of the English Language - 3e by C. M. Millward, Mary Hayes