تحميل و قراءة كتاب WHAT IS PHONOLOGY 1 pdf

تحميل كتاب WHAT IS PHONOLOGY 1 pdf

المؤلف : كاتب غير محدد
التصنيف : كتب منوعة
السنة : 2012
عدد الصفحات : غير محدد
عن الكتاب : 2012م - 1443هـ WHAT IS PHONOLOGY? 1.1 Introduction This book deals with phonology, the study of the sound systems of language. In the following chapters, a close look will be taken at the ways in which various languages organize or structure different sounds. Since speech sounds are used to convey meaning, sound systems cannot be fully understood unless they are studied in a wider linguistic context. A language learner, for instance, must master the production and perception of the sounds of a given language. He must also, however, learn when to use these sounds. Thus, speakers of English must learn not only the sounds [k] and [ s ], which are transcribed between phonetic brackets (see below), but also that the [k] of opaque changes to [ s] when the suffix -ity is added to form the word opacity. This change of [k] to [ s] is as much a part of the sound system of English as is the fact that English contains the sounds [k], [g], [s], and[z]. The goal of phonology is, then, to study the properties of the sound systems which speakers must learn or internalize in order to use their language for the purpose of communication. Thus, when approaching the sound system of a language, it is necessary to study not only the physical properties of the attested sounds (that is, how they are made and what their acoustic correlates are), but also the grammatical properties of these sounds. 1 .
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2012م - 1443هـ WHAT IS PHONOLOGY? 1.1 Introduction This book deals with phonology, the study of the sound systems of language. In the following chapters, a close look will be taken at the ways in which various languages organize or structure different sounds. Since speech sounds are used to convey meaning, sound systems cannot be fully understood unless they are studied in a wider linguistic context. A language learner, for instance, must master the production and perception of the sounds of a given language. He must also, however, learn when to use these sounds. Thus, speakers of English must learn not only the sounds [k] and [ s ], which are transcribed between phonetic brackets (see below), but also that the [k] of opaque changes to [ s] when the suffix -ity is added to form the word opacity. This change of [k] to [ s] is as much a part of the sound system of English as is the fact that English contains the sounds [k], [g], [s], and[z]. The goal of phonology is, then, to study the properties of the sound systems which speakers must learn or internalize in order to use their language for the purpose of communication. Thus, when approaching the sound system of a language, it is necessary to study not only the physical properties of the attested sounds (that is, how they are made and what their acoustic correlates are), but also the grammatical properties of these sounds. 1 .
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