The fourth pathway that leads to metathesis is of Stop - Sibilants
, where the periodic noise (hissing sound) distracts the listener; as a result, he/she perceives it metathesized.
Although there is some variation, most research into articulation disorders has concluded that /r/ is the most difficult sound to acquire, followed by sibilants
(e.g., /s/, /z/; Clark, Schwarz, & Blakeley, 1993; Klein, Byun, Davidson, & Grigos, 2013; Ristuccia & Aldridge, M.A., 2008; Nippold, 2012).
The verb paze-, paze- has an unalternating sibilant
z because conjugation II verbs do not have consonant stems and thus the sibilant
never ends up in syllable-final position in the paradigm (Alhoniemi 1985 : 105-107).
Admittedly, the palatal sibilant
in anles cannot be the same as the OIA one and is probably an Armenian suffix (cf.
He changed the year to 1915, as Husain-lore has it, as he found the earlier date irritatingly sibilant
Two men, one considerably older than the other, one with a gravelly timbre to his voice and the other shriller, sibilant
, more intrusive.
A close examination of the "Dictionarium Sinico-Latinum" (hereafter: DSL) reveals that it attempts to record the standard form of southern Guanhua [TEXT NOT REPRODUSIBLE IN ASCII] pronunciation found in various European alphabetic sources of late Ming and early Qing times and traditionally known in Chinese as the Nanyin [TEXT NOT REPRODUSIBLE IN ASCII] or "Southern Pronunciation." A notable characteristic of this form of Guanhua was that a number of syllable types had dental sibilant
initials where the corresponding Beiyin [TEXT NOT REPRODUSIBLE IN ASCII] or northern Guanhua readings had retrotlex initials.
One of the cruellest remarks Churchill ever uttered was the one he made--'with frightful sibilant
emphasis'--about the Chiefs of Stall Committee to the Minister Resident in NorthWest Africa, Harold Macmillan.
Scouser Peter Sissons, sounding forth on Liverpool And The Media in a St George's Hall Roscoe Lecture, had splendid things to say about the ECHO, barring that we turned him down for his first job in journalism.
For example, projection of plosive, sibilant
, and fricative consonants is dramatically reduced, especially in their unvoiced forms (e.g., /t/, /p/, /s/, /f/).
The MacKay-Kummer SNAP Test--which consists of a syllable-repetition subtest and a picture-cued subtest--was used to obtain nasalance scores for oral (bilabial, alveolar, velar, and sibilant
) and nasal phonemes.
Navratil, who performs a bit of business early on that plays like an in-joke from "Buttoners," steals every scene he's in with a mischievously sibilant