1.1.1 Phonetics is the systematic study of
speech and the sounds of language.
18.104.22.168 Traditionally phoneticians rely on
careful listening and observation in
order to describe speech sounds.
22.214.171.124.1 Analyzes the
1.2 Phonetics is often defined with respect to
1.2.1 Both disciplines are concerned with the sound medium of
language, and it is not useful to draw a hard and fast line
1.3 Models of phonology
1.3.1 In classical
phonemes and their
1.3.2 In standard
1.3.3 In non-linear models of phonology, a stream of
speech is represented as multidimensional, not
simply as a linear sequence of sound segments.
These non-linear models grew out of generative
126.96.36.199 autosegmental phonology
188.8.131.52 metrical phonology
184.108.40.206 lexical phonology
2.1 What is?
2.1.1 Is the basis for further work in
morphology, syntax, discourse, and
220.127.116.11 Analyzes the sound patterns of a particular language by:
18.104.22.168.2 explaining how
these sounds are
interpreted by the