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Specializations => Phonetics and Phonology => Topic started by: Yasrez on October 26, 2017, 04:48:15 AM

Title: A question for yiu guys i need reply pleaaaaaase !!
Post by: Yasrez on October 26, 2017, 04:48:15 AM
Hello guys ! Ready for this question?
"Luisa is amazing".
How do read it ? and how do we call this phenomenon in Phonetics?
Title: Re: A question for yiu guys i need reply pleaaaaaase !!
Post by: FlatAssembler on October 26, 2017, 12:04:19 PM
I think you mean the alliteration of the 'z' sound.
Title: Re: A question for yiu guys i need reply pleaaaaaase !!
Post by: panini on October 26, 2017, 12:17:56 PM
I read it as [luˈisa ɪz əˈmɛɪzɪŋ]. If the example were "Louisa is amazing", I'd read it as [lʊˈizə ɪz əˈmɛɪzɪŋ]. It's not called code-switching, because my Spanish is execrable (it's even a code, for me). I don't know of a specific term that describes the habit of accommodating pronunciation of words from foreign languages, as observed in pronunciation of "Bach" (with

Maybe you have something else in mind, in which case you could re-write the question.
Title: Re: A question for yiu guys i need reply pleaaaaaase !!
Post by: Yasrez on October 27, 2017, 11:14:54 AM
Here is the #answer.
 "Louisa is amazing" is
/lʊˈizə R ɪz əˈmɛɪzɪŋ/ and the phonetic phenomenon is called  "Linking (or Intrusive R).  "
The Intrusive R sound in English is an extra sound that we use between two words when we are connecting these two words together.
Between a word-final schwa
 /ə/ spelt with an < a > (e.g. China, Lisa, America) and a new word beginning with a vowel sound, /r/ will act as a connector e.g. "Vanilla is not black : Vanilla Ris not black/ , "America and France : America Rand France, ... "
Title: Re: A question for yiu guys i need reply pleaaaaaase !!
Post by: Audiendus on October 28, 2017, 06:22:44 AM
There can be several consecutive Intrusive Rs, e.g:

"The extra area America added": The extra Rarea Ramerica Radded.