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Do you o b s e r v e any r e l a t i o n s h i p between t h e q u a l i t y of t h e v o o o i d i n t h e s e i n s t a n c e s and t h e v o i o e d v o o o i d whioh t h e y p r e c e d e ? E x e r c i s e 2 a . Read some s e n t e n c e aloud. Then r e p e a t i t , u t i l i z i n g v o i c e l e s s v o o o i d s i n s t e a d of v o i c e d o n e s . 2 b . Repeat again with v o i c e l e s s voooids with s t r o n g f r i c t i o n a t t h e glottis. 2 o . Repeat w i t h a u d i b l e f r i c t i o n but with voiced v o o o i d s .
Then continue on until you can pronounce other nasalized voooicb, Exercise 4. Pronounce the nasalized voooid [a] and pinoh the nostrils closed. Bote that the voooid continues1 but that the quality ohanges; this voooid quality does not occur if the nostrils are closed during the pronunciation of non-nasalized [a]. Another test which has been suggested for nasalization is to hold a mirror in front of the nose during the pronunciation of the [a]. The mirror becomes moistened, indicating that air is esoaping from the nose.
Have him write them down with appropriate symbols and then attempt to pronounce them as you dictated them. After exercises of this type the student is ready to practice on actual language material. Exeroise 1. locate some speaker of a foreign language. ASk him to pronounce words from that language. Mimic his pronunciation. Exeroise 2. Determine the tongue position and lip formation for his voooids. Exeroise 3. Attempt to record his pronunciation with phonetic symbols. Be especially oareful not to give unwarranted glides to the nonglided voooids whioh the speaker may pronounoe.