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pho·net·ics

(fō-net'iks),
The science of speech and of pronunciation.
Synonym(s): phonology

phonology

(fo-nol'o-je) [ phono- + -logy]
The study of the speech sounds of a particular language at a particular time or place (e.g., 17th-century Mexican Spanish).
See: phonetics
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To address our next questions we used eye-tracking to assess whether children implicitly identified illegal orthographic combinations and whether this may differ when phonology and orthography had to be considered at the same time.
On another study, Archibald (1998) provides a framework based on Universal Grammar principles, His main concern is to analyze if these principles apply to SLA of phonology (is there full-access/full-transfer access to L2 phonology?).
WOLFF, Proto-Austronesian Phonology with Glossary, vols.
67, April, 1995), which examines the philosophies within the rhyming passages of Zhuangzi but has no foundation in either phonology or statistics.
The remaining six chapters address the following topics: (1) Theoretical background; (2) a very brief history of Italian phonology; (3) segmental phonology; (4) syllable structure; (5) word stress; and (6) prosodic phonology.
In Section 2 I address two left-right asymmetries, one morphological, one phonological: the predominance of suffixation over prefixation and the predominance of anticipatory over perseverative phonology. Section 3 examines whether these asymmetries are also in effect in prosodic morphology.
By a mere coincidence the present writer, who also attended the symposium, completed at that time his post-doctoral dissertation which came out under the title A critical survey of a historical phonology of English vowels (with special reference to Karl Luick's Historische Grammatik der englischen Sprache).
Effects of Direct Instruction in Spanish Phonology on the Native Language Skills and Foreign Language Aptitude of At-risk Foreign Language Learners.
She argues that Odum's way of writing dialect does closely reproduce the phonology of Black Vernacular English (Sanders's term) and names specific rhetorical devices of speakers of BVE, such as signifying (which Gordon called "joreein'"), boasting, and rhyme, which are abundant in Odum's texts.
This text is about the study of clinical phonology. It covers normal speech sound articulation, normal phonological development, factors related to the presence of phonological disorders, the assessment and remediation of phonological disorders, phonology as it relates to language and dialectal variations and phonological awareness.
One such approach, couched within a lexical phonology framework, is Borowsky's (1986).
Learning an additional language in adulthood results in varying levels of final attainment, particularly in second language (L2) phonology. Research has revealed far-reaching effects of written input on L2 phonological attainment (Bassetti, 2009).