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61 Phonologist Questions and Answers:

1 :: What is phonology?

Phonology is a branch of linguistics concerned with the systematic organization of sounds in languages.
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2 :: What is close vowel?

a vowel sound made with your tongue near the top of your mouth
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3 :: What is glottal stop?

a sound made by stopping air as it passes through your throat. In some varieties of spoken English a glottal stop is often used instead of a ‘t’ sound in the middle or at the end of a word.
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4 :: What is labiovelar?

a sound pronounced with the lips and upper back part of your mouth, for example ‘w’
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5 :: What is phonemics noun?

the study of the phonemes of a language
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6 :: What is primary stress noun?

the strongest emphasis in a word of two or more syllables when it is spoken. For example, when you say the word ‘fantastic’ the primary stress is on the middle syllable ‘tas’. Primary stress is marked in this dictionary.
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7 :: What is plosive noun?

a sound that you make by quickly stopping your breath leaving your mouth and then suddenly letting it go again. The sounds ‘k’, ‘p’, and ‘t’ are plosives.
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8 :: What is sibilant adjective?

formal making a sound like the letters ‘s’ or ‘sh’
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9 :: What is tone noun?

linguistics the degree to which the sound of a word or part of a word is high or low
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10 :: What is voiceless adjective?

voiceless sounds are produced without passing air over your vocal cords
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