❞ كتاب علم صوتيات اللغة الأنجليزية واتجاهات معاصرة في علم اللغة ❝  ⏤ رضا السعيد

❞ كتاب علم صوتيات اللغة الأنجليزية واتجاهات معاصرة في علم اللغة ❝ ⏤ رضا السعيد

كتاب يعلم كيفية النطق الصحيح من خلال الرموز الصوتية مزودة بأمثلة وقواعد أخري هامة للنطق.

الأستاذ/ رضا السعيد

Preface

A large number of students face great difficulty in understanding, and appreciating Phonetics and Linguistics. The fault is usually not theirs, but rather that of their teachers who face the same difficulty.


Phonetics is not difficult to understand, once we grasp the quintessential characteristics of its sounds. Once we achieve that, we will find it easy to understand, and appreciate a linguistic work.


In the part which discusses the characteristics of English sounds, I tried to give representative and carefully chosen examples. They are well-known examples which I liked and enjoyed, I hope that you will enjoy them too, and that they will instill in you a love of Phonetics as well as Linguistics.


The First Part: Phonetics
Phonetics is the general study of the characteristics of English sounds.
Speech Organs
(1)The Vocal Cords:
They are bands of elastic tissues in the larynx.
When the vocal cords are spread apart, the air from the lungs passes between them unimpeded causing a voiceless sound.
When the vocal cords are drawn together, the air from the lungs repeatedly pushes them apart as it passes through, creating a vibration causing a voiced sound.

(2)The Larynx:
It is a structure at the top of the wind-pipe from the lungs, which contains the vocal cords.

(3)The Pharynx:
It is immediately above the larynx and it is a space behind the tongue reaching up towards the nasal cavity.

(4)The Tongue:
It is the most important part of the organs of speech as it has the greatest variety of movement. It is divided into four parts: (1)Tip. (2)Blade. (3)Front. (4)Back.

(5)The lips:
They take up various different positions, for example: they can be brought firmly together as in /p/ or /b/ so that they completely block the mouth.

(6)The Teeth:
The lower front teeth and the upper front ones are important in speech.

(7)The Palate:
It is the roof of the mouth, divided into the soft palate at the back, the hard palate in the middle, and the alveolar ridge, just behind the teeth.

(8)The Alveolar ridge:
It is the part of the gums immediately behind the upper front teeth. It is very important as most of the consonant sounds like /b,d,t,n,r,s,z,j,3,d3/ are made with the tongue touching or close to the alveolar ridge.

9) Aspiration:
It is a short period after the explosion of /p,t,k/ when air leaves the mouth without voice.



10) Consonant:
It is one of a set of sounds in which air from the lungs is seriously obstructed in the mouth, and which occurs in similar positions in words.

11) Friction Consonants:
They are sounds made by narrowing of the air passage until the air is interfered with and causes friction.

12) Gliding Consonants:
They are consonants with no stop or friction which have a rapid glide to a vowel.

13) Diphthong:
It is a smooth glide from one vowel position to another, the whole glide acting like one of the long , simple vowels.

14) Phonemic Transcription:
It is the representation of each phoneme by a single symbol.

15) Received Pronunciation:
It is the kind of pronunciation which is used by many educated speakers, particularly in south-east England. Sometimes it is called B.B.C. English.

16) Stress:
It is a greater effort on a syllable or syllables in a word or longer utterance than on the other syllables.

17) Bilabial:
The two lips come together as in /b/p/m/.

18) Labiodentals:
The lower lip and the upper teeth come together as in /f/v/.

19) Dental:
The tip or the blade of the tongue comes in contact with the upper teeth as in //

20) Alveolar:
The tip or the blade of the tongue touches the alveolar ridge which is directly behind the upper teeth as in /d/t/n/l/s/z/r/.

21) Palato-alveolar:
The tip of the tongue is close to the alveolar ridge while the front of the tongue is concave to the roof of the mouth .

22) Palatal:
The front of the tongue approximates to the hard plate as in /j/.

23) Velar:
The back of the tongue approximates to the soft palate as in /k,g,n,w/.


رضا السعيد - رضا السعيد ❰ له مجموعة من المؤلفات أبرزها ❞ علم صوتيات اللغة الأنجليزية واتجاهات معاصرة في علم اللغة ❝ ❞ صوتيات اللغة الأنجليزية ❝ ❞ مدخلك الي القصة القصيرة ❝ ❞ مسرد بكلمات متنوعة مع جمل وقطع ترجمة ❝ ❞ قواعد وقصاقيص نحوية (الجزء الأول) ❝ ❞ اختبار في علم اللغة ❝ ❞ فن القصة القصيرة ❝ ❞ مدخلك الي الشعر الأنجليزي ❝ ❞ مدخل الي الشعر الأمريكي وأشهر الشعراء ❝ ❱
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علم صوتيات اللغة الأنجليزية واتجاهات معاصرة في علم اللغة

2004م - 1443هـ

كتاب يعلم كيفية النطق الصحيح من خلال الرموز الصوتية مزودة بأمثلة وقواعد أخري هامة للنطق.

الأستاذ/ رضا السعيد

Preface

A large number of students face great difficulty in understanding, and appreciating Phonetics and Linguistics. The fault is usually not theirs, but rather that of their teachers who face the same difficulty.


Phonetics is not difficult to understand, once we grasp the quintessential characteristics of its sounds. Once we achieve that, we will find it easy to understand, and appreciate a linguistic work.


In the part which discusses the characteristics of English sounds, I tried to give representative and carefully chosen examples. They are well-known examples which I liked and enjoyed, I hope that you will enjoy them too, and that they will instill in you a love of Phonetics as well as Linguistics.


The First Part: Phonetics
Phonetics is the general study of the characteristics of English sounds.
Speech Organs
(1)The Vocal Cords:
They are bands of elastic tissues in the larynx.
When the vocal cords are spread apart, the air from the lungs passes between them unimpeded causing a voiceless sound.
When the vocal cords are drawn together, the air from the lungs repeatedly pushes them apart as it passes through, creating a vibration causing a voiced sound.

(2)The Larynx:
It is a structure at the top of the wind-pipe from the lungs, which contains the vocal cords.

(3)The Pharynx:
It is immediately above the larynx and it is a space behind the tongue reaching up towards the nasal cavity.

(4)The Tongue:
It is the most important part of the organs of speech as it has the greatest variety of movement. It is divided into four parts: (1)Tip. (2)Blade. (3)Front. (4)Back.

(5)The lips:
They take up various different positions, for example: they can be brought firmly together as in /p/ or /b/ so that they completely block the mouth.

(6)The Teeth:
The lower front teeth and the upper front ones are important in speech.

(7)The Palate:
It is the roof of the mouth, divided into the soft palate at the back, the hard palate in the middle, and the alveolar ridge, just behind the teeth.

(8)The Alveolar ridge:
It is the part of the gums immediately behind the upper front teeth. It is very important as most of the consonant sounds like /b,d,t,n,r,s,z,j,3,d3/ are made with the tongue touching or close to the alveolar ridge.

9) Aspiration:
It is a short period after the explosion of /p,t,k/ when air leaves the mouth without voice.



10) Consonant:
It is one of a set of sounds in which air from the lungs is seriously obstructed in the mouth, and which occurs in similar positions in words.

11) Friction Consonants:
They are sounds made by narrowing of the air passage until the air is interfered with and causes friction.

12) Gliding Consonants:
They are consonants with no stop or friction which have a rapid glide to a vowel.

13) Diphthong:
It is a smooth glide from one vowel position to another, the whole glide acting like one of the long , simple vowels.

14) Phonemic Transcription:
It is the representation of each phoneme by a single symbol.

15) Received Pronunciation:
It is the kind of pronunciation which is used by many educated speakers, particularly in south-east England. Sometimes it is called B.B.C. English.

16) Stress:
It is a greater effort on a syllable or syllables in a word or longer utterance than on the other syllables.

17) Bilabial:
The two lips come together as in /b/p/m/.

18) Labiodentals:
The lower lip and the upper teeth come together as in /f/v/.

19) Dental:
The tip or the blade of the tongue comes in contact with the upper teeth as in //

20) Alveolar:
The tip or the blade of the tongue touches the alveolar ridge which is directly behind the upper teeth as in /d/t/n/l/s/z/r/.

21) Palato-alveolar:
The tip of the tongue is close to the alveolar ridge while the front of the tongue is concave to the roof of the mouth .

22) Palatal:
The front of the tongue approximates to the hard plate as in /j/.

23) Velar:
The back of the tongue approximates to the soft palate as in /k,g,n,w/.



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كتاب يعلم كيفية النطق الصحيح من خلال الرموز الصوتية مزودة بأمثلة وقواعد أخري هامة للنطق.

الأستاذ/ رضا السعيد 

Preface

          A large number of students face great difficulty in understanding, and appreciating Phonetics and Linguistics. The fault is usually not theirs, but rather that of their teachers who face the same difficulty.


          Phonetics is not difficult to understand, once we grasp the quintessential characteristics of its sounds. Once we achieve that, we will find it easy to understand, and appreciate a linguistic work.


          In the part which discusses the characteristics of English sounds, I tried to give representative and carefully chosen examples. They are well-known examples which I liked and enjoyed, I hope that you will enjoy them too, and that they will instill in you a love of Phonetics as well as Linguistics.


The First Part: Phonetics
Phonetics is the general study of the characteristics of English sounds.
Speech Organs 
(1)The Vocal Cords: 
They are bands of elastic tissues in the larynx.
When the vocal cords are spread apart, the air from the lungs passes between them unimpeded causing a voiceless sound.
When the vocal cords are drawn together, the air from the lungs repeatedly pushes them apart as it passes through, creating a vibration causing a voiced sound.

(2)The Larynx: 
It is a structure at the top of the wind-pipe from the lungs, which contains the vocal cords. 

(3)The Pharynx: 
It is immediately above the larynx and it is a space behind the tongue reaching up towards the nasal cavity. 

(4)The Tongue: 
It is the most important part of the organs of speech as it has the greatest variety of movement. It is divided into four parts: (1)Tip. (2)Blade. (3)Front. (4)Back. 

(5)The lips: 
They take up various different positions, for example: they can be brought firmly together as in /p/ or /b/ so that they completely block the mouth.

(6)The Teeth: 
The lower front teeth and the upper front ones are important in speech.

(7)The Palate: 
It is the roof of the mouth, divided into the soft palate at the back, the hard palate in the middle, and the alveolar ridge, just behind the teeth. 

(8)The Alveolar ridge: 
It is the part of the gums immediately behind the upper front teeth. It is very important as most of the consonant sounds like /b,d,t,n,r,s,z,j,3,d3/ are made with the tongue touching or close to the alveolar ridge.

9) Aspiration: 
It is a short period after the explosion of /p,t,k/ when air leaves the mouth without voice.

10) Consonant: 
It is one of a set of sounds in which air from the lungs is seriously obstructed in the mouth, and which occurs in similar positions in words.

11) Friction Consonants: 
They are sounds made by narrowing of the air passage until the air is interfered with and causes friction. 

12) Gliding Consonants: 
They are consonants with no stop or friction which have a rapid glide to a vowel.

13) Diphthong: 
It is a smooth glide from one vowel position to another, the whole glide acting like one of the long , simple vowels.

14) Phonemic Transcription: 
It is the representation of each phoneme by a single symbol. 

15) Received Pronunciation:
 It is the kind of pronunciation which is used by many educated speakers, particularly in south-east England. Sometimes it is called B.B.C. English. 

16) Stress: 
It is a greater effort on a syllable or syllables in a word or longer utterance than on the other syllables. 

17) Bilabial: 
The two lips come together as in /b/p/m/. 

18) Labiodentals:
 The lower lip and the upper teeth come together as in /f/v/.

19) Dental: 
 The tip or the blade of the tongue comes in contact with the upper teeth  as in //  

20) Alveolar:
The tip or the blade of the tongue touches the alveolar ridge which is directly behind the upper teeth as in /d/t/n/l/s/z/r/.

21) Palato-alveolar:
 The tip of the tongue is close to the alveolar ridge while the front of the tongue is concave to the roof of the mouth .

22) Palatal: 
The front of the tongue approximates to the hard plate as in /j/. 

23) Velar: 
The back of the tongue approximates to the soft palate as in /k,g,n,w/.

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