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Synonyms for articulatory

of or relating to articulation


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Articulatory phonology (Browman and Goldstein 1989, 1991, 1992; see also Bybee 2001: 69-77) takes this trend to its logical conclusion.
Compensatory articulatory behaviours in adolescents with cleft palate: comparing the perceptual and instrumental evidence.
Second language teachers can train students to listen for vowel distinctions and teach the articulatory properties of vowels, strengthening students' listening and articulatory skills.
Although information was presented orally to the participants, we did not expect that verbal interference in the form of articulatory suppression would affect the processing of descriptions.
As Alwan--Narayanan--Haker (1997) point out, the "canonical" retroflex and bunched rhotics may be treated as two extremes of a continuous spectrum of tongue shapes rather than discrete articulatory categories.
(v.3) for each articulatory, component of a given sign, find mud make another sign that includes it;
The pope's articulatory organs could not form or transmit the word "Jew" to his tongue.
Guided by this hypothesis, we investigated voice onset time--the interval between voice onset and upper articulatory stop release--in voiced stop consonants under varying constraints.
Reynolds and Turner claim that academic discourse needs 'performative transversations' which generate 'the invention of new articulatory spaces, new theoretical languages, and new speaking voices' (245).
So by mastering a language of a particular country and nation, one doesn't only acquire pronunciation skills with articulatory and vocabulary base, but absorbs as well, essential elements of this nation's life...
In advanced industrial societies, the logic of equivalence which refers to an organic crisis, we see an enwidening of "the field of articulatory practices", which is "the general field of the emergence of hegemony", where "'elements' are not crystallised into 'moments'" (88).
He introduced the essential distinction between sounddisturbances and word-disturbances, asserting that while the former category could be the result of a malfunctional articulatory mechanism, the latter had its cause outside the mechanisms of speech production; more precisely in the unconscious language of the thought/mind.
Also they had poor articulatory training and many of them only could learn English academically so had least exposure to it.