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This example reflects another aspect of the process syneresis, in this case the formation of diphthongs within a word of the vowels [e] and [o] plus another vowel (cf. Barrutia & Schwegler, 1994; Dalbor, 1996): (83) (a) teatro ‘theater’ Formal register: [te á tro] Informal register: [tjá tro] (b) poeta ‘poet’ Formal register: [po é ta] Informal register: [pwé ta] ¿Pescado o pehscao? The Sounds of Spanish in All Their Variety 41 Although syneresis is not obligatory, it is quite common within a word, in all but the most formal registers.
1 below). In other words, sometimes n is pronounced [m] or [Č] (as in English thing) [ź] 26 Spanish as an International Language (as in English emphasis) or even [Ż] (close to the sound in onion) or [n 䎃] (pronounced with the tip of the tongue against the back of the upper teeth). Therefore the phonetic symbols used in the transcription for m and n are somewhat more complicated. They are given below (19)47: (19) (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) un amigo ‘a friend’ [n] un diente ‘a tooth’ [n 䎃] un ganso ‘a goose’ [Č] invierno ‘winter’ [m] un hielo ‘an ice cube’ [Ż] un foro ‘a forum’ [ź] The grapheme m has fewer manifestations, [n] in word-final position (20a) and [m] in all other contexts (20b): (20) (a) álbum ‘album’ [n] (b) imposible ‘impossible’ [m] As is the case with n, the sounds represented by the spelling l are also homorganic, as in (21).
The crucial point here is that if a student produces incorrect *[ha£lá do] for [ha£lá ±o], he or she would be most likely understood. The pronunciation of vaca for vaga, on the other hand, would potentially lead to ¿Pescado o pehscao? The Sounds of Spanish in All Their Variety 45 communication difficulties. ’ Focusing only on fluency, Simões concludes by recommending that phonetics be covered in language curricula. While Simões fails to discuss the articulation of consonants, his study is nonetheless an attempt to find the degree of accuracy required from students, a controversial topic.
Aparato respiratorio : fisiología y clínica by E. Cruz Mena, R. Moreno Bolton editores .