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“...to live in a world without Captain America”⠀
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#🇨🇦 #TeoHaya #TH #scarborough #EP #EPenthesis
“Though the seas are raging⠀
You will speak and tame them⠀
In You I find my rest⠀
You are in control”⠀
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#🇨🇦 #TeoHaya #TH #scarborough #EP #EPenthesis
New qUaLiTy CoNtEnT Soon?
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#squishykamjas #teohaya #collab #EPenthesis
Mum & Dad ☺️
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Happy Birthday 🎂 🎁 
#🇨🇦 #TeoHaya #TH #scarborough #EP #EPenthesis
Posted @withrepost • @labphon NEW ARTICLE JUST PUBLISHED
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Whang’s study examines the mechanisms behind perceptual vowel epenthesis in Japanese
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The author finds that “Japanese listeners generally perceive the most phonotactically probable vowel in a given context and show sensitivity to vowel coarticulatory cues only in contexts where the phonotactic distribution does not clearly favor a single vowel, suggesting that phonotactic knowledge modulates the implementation of phonetic cues during perception."
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See link in bio for the full article
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#labphonjournal #labphon #laboratoryphonology #phonetics #phonology #openaccess #speechperception #phonotactics #Japanese #recoverability #perceptualrepair #epenthesis
NEW ARTICLE JUST PUBLISHED
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Whang’s study examines the mechanisms behind perceptual vowel epenthesis in Japanese
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The author finds that “Japanese listeners generally perceive the most phonotactically probable vowel in a given context and show sensitivity to vowel coarticulatory cues only in contexts where the phonotactic distribution does not clearly favor a single vowel, suggesting that phonotactic knowledge modulates the implementation of phonetic cues during perception."
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See link in bio for the full article
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#labphonjournal #labphon #laboratoryphonology #phonetics #phonology #openaccess #日本語 #speechperception #phonotactics #Japanese #recoverability #perceptualrepair #epenthesis
In a new article just published in the #LabPhonJournal, L. Plug, A. Shitaw, and B. Heselwood ask: what is the nature of inter-consonantal epenthesis in the Tripoli variety of Libyan Arabic? ============================
In their acoustic study, the authors find “evidence consistent with both phonological vowel insertion and vocoid intrusion."
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“Inter-consonantal intervals in Tripolitanian Libyan Arabic: Accounting for variable epenthesis" is freely and fully available on journal-labphon.org
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#labphon #laboratoryphonology #phonetics #phonology #opennaccess #acoustics #epenthesis #vowelintrusion #acousticphonetics #arabic #العَرَبِيَّة #arabiclanguage #ليبي ‎#صوتيات نطقيات#
A new paper was published in the #labphonjournal today
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In "An acoustic study of vowel intrusion in Turkish onset clusters", J. Bellik investigates how gestural overlap relates to the emergence of vocoids in Turkish consonant clusters. She finds that vowels inserted in onset clusters are shorter and more affected by coarticulation in loanwords than those in the native Turkish lexicon. These results suggest that inserted vocoids are different from harmonizing epenthetic vowels, and that they may be a product of gestural readjustment.
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Bellik’s article is freely available on labphon-journal.org
It’s been a week since I’ve been home from an amazing conference/presentation/trip in Chile. This is what my presentation was on, some of my dissertation research. .
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#research #caricature #academia #bilingualism #nerd #epenthesis #prothesis #spanish #english #language #psycholinguistics #gay #gaybeard #gayscruff #gaymuscle #gayfit #gayboy #gayinsta #instagay #beard #instabeard #beardedhomo
Ultimate nerding: when you cry with joy when you find your Brian Cox meet and greet lanyard. I love you Coxy, please explain things to me whilst pronouncing the consonant at the end of every word. I will pretend to understanD. #briancox #becausescience #epenthesis #nofilterneverfilter
#phonology, epenthesis(/əˈpɛnθəsɪs/; Greek: ἐπένθεσις) means the addition of one or more sounds to a word, especially to the interior of a word. The wordepenthesis comes from epi "in addition to" and en "in" and thesis "putting". Epenthesis may be divided into two types: excrescence, for the addition of a consonant, and #anaptyxis(/ˌænæpˈtɪksɨs/; from Greek: ἀνάπτυξις; alsos varabhakti) for the addition of a vowel.

UsesEdit

Epenthesis arises for a variety of reasons. The #phonotactics of a given language may discourage vowels in hiatus or consonant clusters, and a consonant or vowel may be added to make pronunciation easier.

#Epenthesis may be represented in writing or be a feature only of the spoken language.

Separating vowelsEdit

A consonant may be added to separate vowels in hiatus. This is the case with linking and intrusive R.

drawing → drawringBridging consonant clustersEdit

A consonant may be placed between consonants in a consonant cluster where theplace of articulation is different (e.g., where one consonant is labial and the other isalveolar). something → somepthing*a-mrotos → ambrotosBreaking consonant clustersEdit

A vowel may be placed between consonants to separate them.

Hamtramck → Hamtramick

Regular examples in English are -i- used in forming Latinate words such as equidistantand -o- used in forming words on Greek roots or general compounds, as in speedometer

Other contextsEdit

While epenthesis most often occurs between two vowels or two consonants, it can also occur between a vowel and a consonant, or at the ends of words. For example, the Japanese prefix ma- (真〜(ま〜)?, pure …, complete …) transforms regularly to ma'- (真っ〜(まっ〜)?, (gemination of following consonant)) when followed by a consonant, as in masshiro (真っ白(まっしろ)?, pure white). The English suffix -t often found in the form -st as in amongst (from among + -st), is an example of terminal excrescence.
#EPENTHESIS is surely a #desi phenomenon. Made in #India in #1858

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