Browse Dept. of Linguistics by Contributor "Sutton, Brad"
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(2018-03-26)The phonological feature [±nasal] is used to describe sounds that are distinguished based on the relative state of the velopharyngeal opening, but does not distinguish oropharyngeal differences. The opening of the ...
The phonetic correlates of pharyngealization and pharyngealization spread patterns in Cairene Arabic an acoustic and real-time magnetic resonance imaging study (2018-12-06)The major articulatory differences between plain and pharyngealized speech sounds in Arabic are a secondary posterior constriction and a lowered tongue body implicated in the production of the latter type. This articulatory ...