PHONOLOGY AND PHONEMIC TRANSCRIPTION

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PHONOLOGY AND PHONEMIC TRANSCRIPTION

GROUP MEMBERS : MELINDA CHUB JACQUELINE CASTELLANOS NATALIA PALACIO MARIA ESCALANTE AMY MARTINEZ JACKELYN REYES

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WHO IS AN ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNER?

An ELL is a person who is learning the English language in addition to their native language or any other language.

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THE COMPARISON OF TWO ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS (ELL) PRONUNCIATION OF THE WORDS

Three Free Blurry Strength Truly Rural Yellow Wagon Squirrel

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FIRST LANGUAGE: COLOMBIAN

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FIRST LANGUAGE: GERMAN

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A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS ON ELL’S PRONUNCIATION OF THE SPECIFIED WORDS ( PHONEMICALLY TRANSCRIBE ALL THE WORDS USING THE IPA)

Speaker 1- Colombian Speaker 2- German Three ‘tre.e tʁe Free ‘fre.e fʁe Blurry ‘Blu.ri  blu:ʁʁi Strength ˈs.tɾẽŋɡt ʃtʁɛnŋt truly ‘tru.li tʁu:lɪ Rural ru.ˈɾal ʁu:ʁa:l Yellow  ɟʝe.ˈʝow jɛlo Wagon ˈwa.ɣõn va:gɔɑ̃ Squirrel  s.ˈki skvi:ɛl

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PLACE OF ARTICULATION:

Three   Dental sounds (German) Post Alveolar (Colombian) Free Labio –Dental Blurry  Bilabial sounds

Discuss weather the place of articulation is the same or different for each ELL and compare it to standard:

For the Colombian Ell and German ELL speakers, the place of articulation is the same for the words “ Free and Blurry ”, but differs and is not the same for the word “three”.

The German Ell’s pronunciation of “ three , free , and blurry” are the same as the standard pronunciation. While the Colombian ELL’s pronunciation of “three and blurry” are different, while the word “free” is the same as the standard pronunciation.

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MANNER OF ARTICULATION:

Columbian Ell speaker: The manner of articulation for the Columbian Ell speaker included: Approximant and Fricative and Affricate  German Ell speaker:   The manner of articulation for the German Ell speaker also includes: Approximant and Fricative. Approximant:   Rural, Wagon, Yellow  Fricative   Free, Squirrel  Affricate: Three    Approximant:   Rural, Wagon, Yellow  Fricative   Free, Three, Truly, Squirrel

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MANNER OF ARTICULATION

Isolate the phonemes (vowel or consonant) from each word that is distinct/different from the standard.  Blurry: /bl/ /ur/ /ry/  Vision: /vi/ /sion/ Rural: /ru/ ral/ Yellow: /yel/ /low/ Wagon: /wa/ /gon/ Squirrel: /squir/ /rel/

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REASONS WHY TRANSCRIBING, ARTICULATION, AND PRONUNCIATION OF WORDS ARE SIMILAR OR DIFFERENT FOR THE ELL’S :

Reason 1: Reason 2: Reason 3: It differs… Because the pronunciation varies depending on your region or environment. The manner of articulation is similar for both Ell since it  includes Approximant & Fricative. The Colombian speaker is  more clear and easy to understand compared to the transcription of the German speaker.

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PHONEMES IN THE LANGUAGES OF THE ELL’S

German speaker                           Colombian speaker Phonemes:     Phonemes:

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REFERENCE

“English Language Learners (ELL) - What Are They? - EdWords.” Renaissance , www.renaissance.com/edwords/english-language-learner/.  “IPA Chart With Sounds.” Go to International Phonetic Alphabet. , www.internationalphoneticalphabet.org/ipa-sounds/ipa-chart-with-sounds/.  Rowe, Bruce M, and Diane P. Levine. Https://Drive.google.com/File/d/1DvlxJfn0ioHI_-oWGTmEMjLfFs7g1z0c/View . 4th ed., Routledge, 2012.

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