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Published by Mian Umair "An Introduction to Phonetics"

Published by Mian Umair "An Introduction to Phonetics"

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Published by Mian Jibran Khalid
You could quench your thirst of about the study of Phonetic. In this book, the writer has very vividly explained all the aspects of Pronunciation. It is the updated one edition.

you can also find it helpful for the articulation of a word. It is the book with pictographic illusturation. A humble request to whosoever download this book; remember me in his or her prayers. Any question about this knowledge you could ask me. To the best of my knowledge I will try to answer you with arguments.

Thansk.

yours sincerely.
You could quench your thirst of about the study of Phonetic. In this book, the writer has very vividly explained all the aspects of Pronunciation. It is the updated one edition.

you can also find it helpful for the articulation of a word. It is the book with pictographic illusturation. A humble request to whosoever download this book; remember me in his or her prayers. Any question about this knowledge you could ask me. To the best of my knowledge I will try to answer you with arguments.

Thansk.

yours sincerely.

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When the /t, d, s, z/ sounds are followed by a word that starts with /j/, both
sounds are connected. These sounds connect not only with written /j/ sounds,
but they do so as well with the initial unwritten /j/ sound of syllables and words.
They form a combination that changes the pronunciation:

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a) Use /ʧ/ instead of a /t/ sound followed by a /j/ sound.

Spelling

Pronunciation
What's your name?/wʌʧərneɪm/
Can't you do it?

/kænʧə du:ɪt/

Don't you like it?

/dəʊnʧə laɪkɪt/

actually

/æʧəlɪ/

b) Use /ʤ/ instead of a /d/ sound followed by a /j/ sound.

Spelling

Pronunciation

What did you do?

/wʌ(dɪ)ʤə du:/
Would you help me?/wʊʤʊ help mi:/
Did you like it?

/dɪʤə laɪkɪt/

graduation

/græʤʊ(w)eɪʃən/

c) Use /ʃ/ instead of a /s/ sound followed by a /j/ sound.

Spelling Pronunciation
insurance/ɪnʃʊrəns/
sugar

/ˈʃu:gə/

d) Use /ʒ/ instead of a /z/ sound followed by a /j/ sound.

Spelling

Pronunciation
How's your family?/hɑʊʒə fæmɪlɪ/
Who's your friend? /hu:ʒə frend/
casual

/kæʒʊwl/

usual

/ju:ʒʊwl/

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