Presentation on theme: "The Pronunciation of /l/"— Presentation transcript:
1The Pronunciation of /l/ ET’S TALK ABOUTThe Pronunciation of /l/Gerber Luca
2Pronounce these words: LifeCouldFeelBlackHelmetPalmMilkGolfFieldAloneMilesIlliterateCalmWalkSpleenWalesUglyCultureLongInfluenceHalfApplyAlbertLegitimate
3Put them into groups Dark L Silent L Clear L Milk Field Golf Albert CultureHelmetFeelMilesWalesCalmCouldWalkPalmHalfLifeLongLegitmateBlackUglySpleenInfluenceApplyIlliterateAlone
4/l/ Has Two AllophonesAn allophone is a phonetic variant of a phoneme in a particular languageThe sound is articulated when air passes over the back of the tongue instead of merely alongside the tip of the tongue. While the back of the tongue is high, the center of the tongue dips lower. The tip of the tongue may point upward, but does not necessarily touch the inside of the mouth.The tip of the tongue is placed against the middle of the tooth ridge. The sound is created when air travels alongside the tip of the tongue, between the front of the tongue and the side teeth.
5The Hungarian pronunciation of /l/ LábSzállLeszSpiritualitásLékUnalomBeszélÁlomPálDélbenClear L
6Dark L l is pronounced with a velar gesture dark l It sounds as if an [o]-like vowel was inserted before itmilk / mɪoɫk /feel / fi:oɫ /[ɫ] may even disappear l is replaced by a vowel L-vocalization