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Initial sound

An initial sound table is a table, list or chart which shows the initial sound letter of a word together with its picture . The initial sound table can assist students to recognise initial sounds and to get first reading and writing skills.

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Initial syllable

This deletion will affect the pitch of the following syllable, creating a higher-than-expected pitch on the new initial syllable.more_vertIt is not the less in accordance with these traits that nearly every initial syllable of the measure chosen is under accent.

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initial vowel

A short vowel word is any word that doesn't allow the vowel within it to generate that vowel's long vowel sound. List of Short Vowel Words. For example, the word "bug" is a short vowel word because there's no long "U" sound.The definition of a vowel is a letter representing a speech sound made with the vocal tract open, specifically the letters A, E, I, O, U. The letter "A" is an example of a vowel. noun.

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initially strong pronounced consonant

A syllable is a unit of organization for a sequence of speech sounds. It is typically made up of a syllable nucleus most often a vowel with optional initial and final margins typically, consonants.Initial consonant clusters are the complex sounds that are found at the beginning of English words. They are called clusters because each of the sounds in a cluster can be heard. Initial consonant clusters in English are formed by juxtaposing one or more stop consonants with one of three continuants: -l, -r, or s



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intensity

The definition of intensity is the quality of being very strong, concentrated or difficult or the degree to which something is difficult or strong. An example of intensity is having the ability to run miles on end at a top speed. An example of intensity is how quickly a treadmill is moving noun.



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intensity of articulation

This is why these features, namely: intensity of articulation or voicing, place of articulation and manner of articulation, are also called distinctive or relevant features. ... Voicing, in phonetics and phonology, generally refers to the vibration of the vocal folds and its impact on the quality of the sounds produced.

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intonation pattern

a unit of speech melody in a language or dialect that contributes to the total meaning of an utterance one's intonation pattern in the utterance of dead may reveal one's emotional reaction to an announcement of death one intonation pattern makes leave a command, another makes it a question.

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intonation structures

In linguistics, intonation is variation in spoken pitch when used, not for distinguishing words as sememes , but, rather, for a range of other functions such as indicating the attitudes and emotions of the speaker, signalling the difference between statements and questions, and between different types of questions, focusing attention on important elements of the spoken message and also helping to regulate conversational interaction. The term tone is used by some British writers in their descriptions of intonation but to refer to the pitch movement found on the nucleus or tonic syllable in an intonation unit.



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isolated word

Isolated words – which by definition are acoustically demarcated from other utterances by moments of silence – may also have positive consequences for language learning.



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isolation

solitude, isolation, seclusion mean the state of one who is alone. solitude may imply a condition of being apart from all human beings or of being cut off by wish or circumstances from one's usual associates. a few quiet hours of solitude isolation stresses detachment from others often involuntarily.

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italic [à]

When you italicize your writing, you print or type in the slanted letters called "italics." You can italicize a word in a sentence when you want to emphasize it. ... Print that you italicize usually slopes from left to right, and it resembles script or cursive writing

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Jesperson Otto

Jens Otto Harry Jespersen was a Danish linguist who specialized in the grammar of the English language. Steven Mithen described him as "one of the greatest language scholars of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.




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