Syllable Structure

Some articles on syllable structure, syllables, structure, syllable:

Second Language Phonology - First Language To Second Language - Interaction Between First- and Second-language Prosody - Syllable Structure
... The syllable structure of such a word might look like in (2) (2) Syllable structure of English “beat” by Korean nonnative speakers of English (adapted from Broslow and Park, 1995) ...
Late Middle Japanese - Phonology - Syllable Structure
... Traditionally syllables were of (C)V structure ... As such, there was no need to distinguish between syllables and morae ... This structure is (C)V(C) and is a syllable ...
Sotho Phonology - Syllable Structure
... Sesotho syllables tend to be open, with syllabic nasals and the syllabic approximant l also allowed ... The possible syllables are V ho etsa to do CV fi! ideophone of sudden darkness CwV ho tswa to emerge AV wena you N nna I L lebollo circumcision as part of male initiation ... being that juxtaposed vowels form separate syllables (which may sound like long vowels with undulating tones during natural fast speech) ...
Italian Phonology - Phonological Development - Phonological Awareness
... In earlier stages, syllables are perceived as a separate phonetic unit, while phonemes are perceived as assimilated units by coarticulation in spoken language ... development of segmentation awareness on both syllables and phonemes ... Compared to those children whose mother tongue exhibits closed syllable structure (CVC,CCVC, CVCC, etc.), Italian-speaking children develop this segmentation awareness earlier, possibly due to its open ...
Finnish Phonotactics - Consonants - Consonant Gradation
... phonological factor which triggers the weak grade is the syllable structure of closed syllable ... However, there are contexts where weak grade fails to occur in a closed syllable, and there are contexts where the weak grade occurs in an open syllable ... Usually, the strong grade occurs in an open syllable (one ending in a vowel) and the weak grade occurs in a closed syllable (one ending in a consonant) ...

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