Essentials of English Grammar
Routledge, 24.05.2013 - 800 Seiten
This book was first published in 1933, Essentials of English Grammar is a valuable contribution to the field of English Language and Linguistics.
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Loss of e.—Vowels in weak syllables.—Loss of vowels in groups.—Alternations in compounds.—Strong and weak forms of the same word. CHAPTER V EVOLUTION OF THE SOUND-SYSTEM—concluded Consonants.-Tolerated consonant groups.
Table of consonants.—Syllables.—Diphthongs.—Length.—Stress and tone. 1 therefore 2.1 . All necessary language at is the primarily very outset spoken to get and a clear thus idea consists of the of sounds sounds that (1.1 make 3 ).
With the other consonants we have voiced and voiceless sounds corresponding to one another, thus: Where the spelling has wh, as in whet, which, some speakers have the voiceless sound corresponding to the voiced [w] in wet, witch, ...
We can now tabulate English consonants: . Syllables. Most syllables contain one vowel, which is then the "top" of the syllable. 2.8 1 In some cases we have two vowels in the same syllable; together they form a diphthong.
Finally, we have syllables without a vowel; the consonant which then is the top of the syllable is termed syllabic. Thus [l] is syllabic in battle [bætl], [n] in rotten 2.8 2 (4.7). production. 2.9 1. By the length or The absolute ...
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