Summary of important phonological process in English ( Haplology (As the…
Summary of important phonological process in English
Is the production of a sound while the velum is lowered, so that some air escapes through the nose during the production of the sound by the mounth.
Stops become fricatives, usually between vowels.
A sound, usually before a /j/ glide but often before a high front vowel, is moved vloser to the palat.
It is responsible for the most common types of speech errors, such as children acquiring
spaghetti as pasghetti
Removing the feature "nasal" from a segment leaves you with a voiced stop at the same lace of articulation.
Two similar neighbouring consonants are reduced to one single consonant, as in "immature".
A voiced segment becomes voiceless. Usully nothing else change as in "vote -fote"
One consonant becomes more like another.
As the elimination of a syllable when two consecutive identical or similar syllable occur.
A segment, vowel or consonant, becomes double long like the /s/ in the phrase Miss Sandy.
Inserting segment into a word
A contrast that usually exits in a language is not realized in certain phonological environments as in this case before /r/
Sounds becoming more like. These can be voicing manner or place.
Vowels in unstreeed syllables become shwa or similar short lax vowel.
It is the omission of a segment.
Segment becomes like another usually adjacent segment, in voicing