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  • Communication Problems In English Communication

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    How to correct these problems? In order to improve these situations, the teacher needs to take care of different variables. Learner variables: When working with young adults, it is important to know what is their aptitude towards learning the language. People at this age tend to be overly conscious of how they are perceived. Although, it is important for them to improve, it is also challenging getting them to try. Nobody wants to be labeled as a weak learner. And pronunciation is one of those language

  • What Was Wilbre's Articulation?

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    Wilbre’s articulation was at times hard to understand what word he was pronouncing. His bilabial was little difficulty to understand, also the sounds for fricative his articulation needed work. Wilbre had difficulty producing particular types of consonants like vacuum,gun,chicken,light, and rabbit. From the data collected during evaluation, Wilre’s speech sounds errors for his articulation that overall affect his everyday life when speaking to his family,peers, teachers and people around him that

  • Essay On Phonetics And Phonology

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    The title alcain is based on his claim that the place of articulation of the sound /ʕ/ is the first sound which the Arabs produce from the pharynx. The book is considered as the first phonetic analysis in the history of Arabic linguistics. His books on phonetics are tarākīb al-aswāt (Structure of Sounds), kitāb

  • Difference Between Phonetics And Phonology

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    Introduction: Phonetics and phonology both study the sound system but in a different way. Phonetics and Phonology both are important for a language as phonetics represents the speech production system and the perception of human beings, sign language and phonology represents the sound system conveying its meaning. Every language has language system by which we can communicate and pronounce words in a good way. Linguistics is called as the “Scientific Study of Language”. Linguistics utilizes scientific

  • Phonetics Vs. Phonology

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    In consonant sounds there is some constriction of the airflows in the vocal tract, whereas with vowel sounds there is no constriction of airflow. Linguists describe consonant sounds using three criteria, which are voicing, place of articulation, and manner of articulation. First, there are two types of voicing for consonant sounds, they are either voiced (+V) or voiceless sounds (-V). voiced sounds are produced when air is passing through a vibrating vocal cords, so the vocal cords are closed, but

  • Phonetics: Language, A Language As A Universal Language

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    Phonetics Language is the system of communication used by people worldwide. It’s a human faculty that distinguishes human beings from animals. English is considered a universal language that many countries use as a native language like Britain and Australia or as a second language like India. Wherever English is available, it offers a better communication between citizens of a country and travelers. Like all languages, English has variations in its pronunciation and accents. Sometimes misspelling

  • The Feelings Of Emotions

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    Would you be able to live without conveying everything that needs to be conveyed? Articulation is out-happening to your contemplations, your interior conduct at crest. A few times it gives us satisfaction, we cheer, we cry in distress, feel delight one of incomparable feeling when we are infatuated, feel irate when hostility is there. Life

  • What Tempo Meant During The Baroque Era

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    violin, ushering in a period of popularity for the instrument. I will talk about four issues that need to be addressed in order to perform early music today: tempo, material, articulation, and ornamentation. I will discuss what tempo meant during the Baroque period, the material required for the Baroque tone, how articulation was handled, as well as the purpose of ornamentation. Vivaldi composed a multitude of works, comprising over 350 solo concertos with over 230 of those concertos for violin alone

  • Articulation Communication Disorder

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    with an articulation disorder tends to be viewed as “cute” and “adorable” by adults. On the other hand, older children with articulation disorders tend to be viewed very negatively because they are looked at as “too old” to be speaking in this manner. Older children with articulation disorders are also more likely to encounter bullying while in school as opposed to children without a communication disorder. Therefore, parents may not seek treatment for their young child with an articulation disorder

  • Analysis of Political Systems in India and China

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    An Analysis of Political Systems in India and China Introduction As PBS (2007) reports, a new legal revolution is underway in China which promises a new form of interest articulation and perhaps aggregation: "Today's way forward is to build the idea of individual rights of the citizens…and that means changing the habits of the last few thousand years," The People's Court documentary states. What it essentially shows is a kind of democratic transformation in Communistic China. Indeed as nations