Anglistics Study Programme EPP Weeks 8 9 Anglistics

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Anglistics Study Programme EPP Weeks 8 & 9 Anglistics Study Programme www. singidunum. ac.

Anglistics Study Programme EPP Weeks 8 & 9 Anglistics Study Programme www. singidunum. ac. rs/admission

Anglistics Study Programme Week 8. 1 – Sounds in Contact • Determine the number

Anglistics Study Programme Week 8. 1 – Sounds in Contact • Determine the number of syllables in the words below: • CURTAIN • GIRAFFE • DECEMBER • UNDERSTAND • MUSEUM • FURNITURE • JAPANESE

Anglistics Study Programme Week 8. 1 – Sounds in Contact • Illustrate the syllables

Anglistics Study Programme Week 8. 1 – Sounds in Contact • Illustrate the syllables in the words below and comment on their elements: • JUDGE • ARTIST • CARPENTER • OPTICIAN • DOCTOR • FARMER • LIBRARIAN

Anglistics Study Programme Week 8. 1 – Sounds in Contact • Provide words that

Anglistics Study Programme Week 8. 1 – Sounds in Contact • Provide words that would illustrate the patterns below:

Anglistics Study Programme Week 8. 2 – Sounds in Contact 2 • Stressed vs

Anglistics Study Programme Week 8. 2 – Sounds in Contact 2 • Stressed vs unstressed syllables • Characteristics: intensity pitch vowel quality vowel duration

Anglistics Study Programme Week 8. 2 – Sounds in Contact 2 • Stressed vs

Anglistics Study Programme Week 8. 2 – Sounds in Contact 2 • Stressed vs unstressed syllables • Loudness loudness • Changed pitch following previous one • Any vowel *(but Schwa) • Full length usually schwa & short u short vowels

Anglistics Study Programme Week 8. 2 – Sounds in Contact 2 • Primary vs

Anglistics Study Programme Week 8. 2 – Sounds in Contact 2 • Primary vs secondary stress? /’/ • Language invariable stress (e. g. Italian) • Penultimate syllable (e. g. Madonna) • Lexically-designated stress (e. g. English) - Stress fixed for individual words (lexemes)

Anglistics Study Programme Week 8. 2 – Sounds in Contact 2 • *General guidelines

Anglistics Study Programme Week 8. 2 – Sounds in Contact 2 • *General guidelines • Di and trisyllabic words – the first syllable is stressed, e. g. hesitate, colourful, etc. • Polysyllabic words (>4) – antepenultimate syllable, e. g. communicate • Words with prefixes – stress after the prefix, e. g. unmark

Anglistics Study Programme Week 9 – Sounds in Contact 2 • *General guidelines •

Anglistics Study Programme Week 9 – Sounds in Contact 2 • *General guidelines • Suffixes: stressed & attracting stress in the preceding syllable, e. g. employee, picturesque, kitchenette, mountaineer, etc. ; inflation, initiative, productivity, courageous, proficiency, etc. • Compounds – 2 elements; IEL, FEL

Anglistics Study Programme Week 9 – Sounds in Contact 2 • *General guidelines •

Anglistics Study Programme Week 9 – Sounds in Contact 2 • *General guidelines • Compounds – 2 elements; IES, FES • IES • those written as one word – e. g. bookcase; • nouns with “room” – e. g. dining room; • non-manufactured notions – e. g. paper clip;

Anglistics Study Programme Week 9 – Sounds in Contact 2 • *General guidelines •

Anglistics Study Programme Week 9 – Sounds in Contact 2 • *General guidelines • Compounds – 2 elements; IEL, FEL • FES – • manufactured notions – e. g. apple pie; • Location-related notions – e. g. Fifth Avenue, Trafalgar Square, etc.