Overlapping of Speech Sounds


THE piece of sound film reproduced in Fig. 1 shows the last part of the vowel and the first part of the consonant in a registration of ash. The vibratory bits that characterise the vowel can be traced in ever-diminishing strength to the third line in the reproduction. The mixture of regular and irregular vibrations that characterise the consonant can be… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/136759a0


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