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(Comparative) study (in structure/mode/ways of pronunciation, articulation, phonetics, or whatever; that is, in differences of speaking mouth postures and resultant speaking weight/force center points) between English/foreign languages and mother tongue, for better (more practical/effective/smooth) hearing/speaking of English/foreign languages.       Copyright.   Young-Won Kim,   yw@voicespec.com
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::: Comparative phonetics, main :::


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Name   Young-Won Kim
Subject   Root or stem??        << ŋih/잏 >>                  in-law
1.  <<ŋih/T>>

For pronunciations of “pronouns, articles, nouns”,          the MAXILLARY sinuses;            in the mouth/Mo,          mouth [m=ŋ  h(=a)h  h=h  h/s=h]/vd,        nose [n=ŋ  h(=o)h  h=h  h/z=h]/vd/+cp,       ear [ŋ=ŋ  h(i=)h  hΛh]/vd/+bp,         neck [n=ŋ  h(ie)h  h=k]/vs,        head [h=ŋ  h(ie)h  h/d=h]/vs/+cp,        face [f=ŋ  h(ie)h  h/s=h]/vs/+bp,

in/on the chest (circle) /Ch,            body [b=ŋ  h(=Λ)h  h/d=h  hih]/vd/Ch,        arm [ŋ=ŋ  h(=a)h  h=m]/vd/+cp/Ch,       hand [h=ŋ  h(ie)h  h=h  h=n  h/d=h]/vd/+bp/Ch,         hip [h=ŋ  h(=i)h  h=h  h/p=h]/vs/Ch,        leg [l=ŋ  h(ie)h  h=h  h/g=h]/vs/+cp/Ch,         foot f=ŋ  h(=u)h  h=h  h/t=h]/vs/+bp/Ch,


For pronunciations of “conjunctions, adverbs”,         the SPHENOIDAL sinuses;            in the mouth/Mo,          happily [ŋ=h  h(ie)h  h=h  h/p=h  hih  l=h  hih]/vd,        sadly [s=ŋ  h(ie)h  h=h  h/d  l=h  hih]/vd/+cp,       mournfully [m=ŋ  h(=o)h  h=h  h=n  f=h  huh  l=h  hih]/vd/+bp,         wishfully [ŋ=ŋ  h(i=)h  h=h  h/s=h  hih  f=h  huh  l=h  hih]/vs,        hopefully [h=ŋ  h(=o)h  h=h  h/p=h  f=h  huh  l=h  hih]/vs/+cp,         sorrily [s=ŋ  h(=o)h  h=h  r=h  hih  l=h  hih]/vs/+bp,

in/on the chest (circle) /Ch,          wrong [ŋ=ŋ  r=h  hoh  h=h  h=ŋ]/vd/Ch,        right [r=ŋ  hah  hih  h/t=h]/vd/+cp/Ch,       correctly [k=ŋ  r=h  heh  h=h  h/t=h  l=h  hih]/vd/+bp/Ch,         erroneously [ŋ=ŋ  hih  r=h  hoh  h=h  n=h  hih  hΛh  h/s=h  l=h  hih]/vs/Ch,        erratically [ŋ=ŋ  hih  r=h  hæh  h/t=h  hih  k=h  hΛh  l=h  hih]/vs/+cp/Ch,         excellently [ŋ=ŋ  heh  h=h  s=h  hΛh  l=h  hΛh  h=n  h/t=h  l=h  hih]/vs/+bp/Ch,


For pronunciations of “adjectives”,          the POSTERIOR Ethmoidal sinuses;            in the mouth/Mo,                happy [ŋ=h  hæh  h=h  h/p=h  hih]/vd,        sad [s=ŋ  heh  h=h  h/d]/vd/+cp,       mournful [m=ŋ  hoh  h=h  h=n  f=h  huh  (h=h)]/vd/+bp,         wishful [ŋ=ŋ  hih  h=h  h/s=h  hih  f=h  huh  (h=h)]/vs,        hopeful [h=ŋ  hoh  h=h  h/p=h  f=h  huh  (h=h)]/vs/+cp,         sorry [s=ŋ  hoh  h=h  r=h  hih]/vs/+bp,

in/on the chest (circle) /Ch,          wrong [ŋ=ŋ  r=h  h(=o)h  h=h  h=ŋ]/vd/Ch,        right [r=ŋ  h(=a)h  hih  h/t=h]/vd/+cp/Ch,       correct [k=ŋ  r=h  h(ie)h  h=h  h/t=h]/vd/+bp/Ch,         erroneous [ŋ=ŋ  hih  r=h  h(=o)h  h=h  n=h  hih  hΛh  h/s=h]/vs/Ch,        erratic [ŋ=ŋ  hih  r=h  h(iæ)h  h/t=h  hih  k=h  hΛh  l=h  hih]/vs/+cp/Ch,         excellent [ŋ=ŋ  h(ie)h  h=h  s=h  hΛh  l=h  hΛh  h=n  h/t=h]/vs/+bp/Ch,


For pronunciations of “verbs”,         the MIDDLE Ethmoidal sinuses;            in the mouth/Mo,                meet [m=ŋ  h(i=)h  h/t=h]/vd,          weep [ŋ=ŋ  h(i=)h  h/p=h]/vd/+cp,          smile [s=ŋ  m(=a)h  hih  h=h  h=l]/vd/+bp,          see [s=ŋ  hih]/vs,         laugh [l=ŋ  hæh  h=h  h/f=h]/vs/+cp,          cry [k=ŋ  r=h  h(=a)h  hih]/vs/+bp,

in/on the chest (circle) /Ch,             wonder [ŋ=ŋ  h(=Λ)h  h=h  h=n  d=h  hΛh]/vd,          wink [ŋ=ŋ  h(i=)h  h=h  h=ŋ  h/k=h]/vd/+cp,          ignore[ŋ=ŋ  hih  h/g=h  n=h  h(=o)h  hΛh]/vd/+bp,          accept [ŋ=ŋ  ŋæh  s=h  h(ie)h  h=h  h=p  h/t=h]/vs,         reject [r=ŋ  hih  z=h  h(ie)h  h=h  h=k  h/t=h]/vs/+cp,          allow [ŋ=ŋ  hΛh  l=h  h(=a)h   h=h]/vs/+bp,


XXXXXXX   For pronunciations of “interjections”,    the FRONTAL sinuses;   in the mouth/Mo,   in/on the chest (circle) /Ch,           XXXXXXX


2.  <<ŋih/P>>

For pronunciations of “pronouns, articles, nouns”,          the MAXILLARY sinuses;            in the mouth/Mo,            ink [ŋ=ŋ  hih  h=ŋ  h/k=h]/vd,        paint [p=ŋ  h(ei)=h  hih  h=n  h/t=h]/vd/+cp,       dye [d=ŋ  h(=a)h  hih]/vd/+bp,         color [k=ŋ  h(=Λ)h  h=h  l=h  hΛh]/vs,          tint [t=ŋ  h(=i)h  h=n  h/t=h]/vs/+cp,        shade [s=ŋ  h(ie)h  hih  h/d=h]/vs/+bp,

in/on the chest (circle) /Ch,            pigment [p=ŋ  h(i=)h  h/g=h  m=h  hΛh  h=n  h/t=h]/vd/Ch,         mixture [m=ŋ  h(i=)h  h=h  h/s=h  c=h  hΛh]/vd/+cp/Ch,        stain [s=ŋ  h/d=h  h(ie)h  hih  h=n]/vd/+bp/Ch,            gloss [g=ŋ  l=h  hoh  h/s=h]/vs/Ch,        tone [t=ŋ  h(=o)h  h=h  h=n]/vs/+cp/Ch,         nuance [n=ŋ  h(=a)h  h=h  h=n  h/s=h]/vs/+bp/Ch,


For pronunciations of “conjunctions, adverbs”,         the SPHENOIDAL sinuses;            in the mouth/Mo,           wide [ŋ=ŋ  h(=a)h  hih  h/d=h]/vd,        broad [b=ŋ  r=h  h(o=)h  h=h  h/d=h]/vd/+cp,        hot [h(=a)h  h/t=h]/vd/+bp,         accurately [ŋ=ŋ  h(iæ)h  k=h  h=h  r=h  hih  h/t=h  l=h  hih]/vs,        perfectly [p=ŋ  h(=Λ)h  h=r  f=h  heh  h/t=h  l=h  hih]/vs/+cp,         completely [k=ŋ  hΛh  h=m  p=h  l=h  h(i=)h  h/t=h  l=h  hih]/vs/+bp,

XXXXXXXXXXXXXX             in/on the chest (circle) /Ch,             XXXXXXXXXXXXXX


For pronunciations of “adjectives”,          the POSTERIOR Ethmoidal sinuses;            in the mouth/Mo,                wide [ŋ=ŋ  hah  hih  h/d=h]/vd,        broad [b=ŋ  r=h  hoh  h=h  h/d=h]/vd/+cp,        hot [hah  h/t=h]/vd/+bp,         accurate [ŋ=ŋ  hæh  k=h  h=h  r=h  hih  h/t=h  l=h  hih]/vs,        perfect [p=ŋ  hΛh  h=r  f=h  heh  h/t=h  l=h  hih]/vs/+cp,         complete [k=ŋ  hΛh  h=m  p=h  l=h  hih  h/t=h]/vs/+bp,

XXXXXXXXXXXXXX             in/on the chest (circle) /Ch,             XXXXXXXXXXXXXX


For pronunciations of “verbs”,         the MIDDLE Ethmoidal sinuses;            in the mouth/Mo,                write [ŋ=ŋ  r=h  h(a=)h  hih  h/t=h]/vd,        paint [p=ŋ  heh  hih  h=n  h/t=h]/vd/+cp,       draw [d=ŋ  r=h  h(=Λ)h  h=h]/vd/+bp,         sign [s=ŋ  h(=a)h  hih  h=n]/vs,          picture [p=ŋ  h(i=)h  c=h  hΛh  h=r]/vs/+cp,        capture [k=ŋ  h(iæ)h  h=h  h/cΛh  h=r]/vs/+bp,

XXXXXXXXXXXXXX             in/on the chest (circle) /Ch,             XXXXXXXXXXXXXX


XXXXXXX   For pronunciations of “interjections”,    the FRONTAL sinuses;   in the mouth/Mo,   in/on the chest (circle) /Ch,           XXXXXXX


3.  <<ŋih/C>>

For pronunciations of “nouns /C2”,        MAXILLARY sinuses;          in the mouth/Mo,                      idea [ŋ=ŋ  h(=a)h  hih  d=h  hih  hΛh]/vd,       science [s=ŋ  h(=a)h  hih  hΛh  h=n  h/s=h]/vd/+cp,         knowledge [n=ŋ  h(=a)h  h=h  l=h  hih  z=h  hih]/vd/+bp,        reason [r=ŋ  h(i=)h  h=h  z=h  h=n]/vs,           wisdom [ŋ=ŋ  h(i=)h  s=h  d=h  hΛh  h=m]/vs/+cp,         intelligence [ŋ=ŋ  hih  h=n  t=h  h(iæ)h  l=h  hih  z=h  hΛh  h=n  h/s=h]/vs/+bp,

in/on the chest (circle) /Ch/Ch,            ignorance [ŋ=ŋ  h(i=)h  g=h  n=h  hoh  r=h  hΛh  h=n  h/s=h]/vd/Ch,        inexperience [ŋ=ŋ  hih  h=n  hih  h/s=h  p=h  h(i=)h  hΛh  r=h  hih  hΛh  h=n  h/s=h]/vd/+cp/Ch,       experience [ŋ=ŋ  hih  h/s=h  p=h  h(i=)h  hΛh  r=h  hih  hΛh  h=n  h/s=h]/vd/+bp/Ch,         erudition [ŋ=ŋ  heh  (hΛh)  h/r=h  d=h  h(i=)h  h/s=h  hΛh  h=n]/vs/Ch,        information [ŋ=ŋ  hih  h=n  p=h  hΛh  m=h  h(iæ)h  hih  s=h  hΛh  h=n]/vs/+cp/Ch,         recognition [r=ŋ  heh  k=h  hΛh  g=h  n=h  h(i=)h  s=h  hΛh  h=n]/vs/+bp/Ch,


For pronunciations of “adverbs /C2”,        the POSTERIOR Ethmoidal sinuses;            in the mouth/Mo,                       kindly [k=ŋ  h(=a)h  hih  h=n  d=h  l=h  hih]/vd,        attractively [ŋ=ŋ  hΛh  h/t=h  r=h  H(iæ)h  h/t=h  hih  b=h  l=h  hih]/vd/+cp,       amiably [ŋ=ŋ  h(iæ)h  hih  m=h  hih  hΛh  b=h  l=h  hih]/vd/+bp,         helpfully [h=ŋ  h(iæ)h  h=h  p=h  l=h  hih]/vs,        uncomfortably [ŋ=ŋ  hΛh  h=n  k=h  h(=Λ)h  h=m  p=h  hΛh  h/t=h  hΛh  h/b=h  l=h  hih]/vs/+cp,         unkindly [ŋ=ŋ  hΛh  h=n  k=h  h(=a)h  hih  h=n  h/d=h  l=h  hih]/vs/+bp,

XXXXXXXXXXXXXX             in/on the chest (circle) /Ch,             XXXXXXXXXXXXXX


For pronunciations of “verbs /C1”,        between the MIDDLE Ethmoidal sinuses,               in the mouth/Mo,                          watch [ŋ=ŋ  h(=Λ)h   h/c=h  hih]/vd,          catch [k=ŋ  h(iæ)h  h/c=h  hih]/vd/+cp,          punch [p=ŋ  h(=Λ)h  h=n  h/c=h  hih]/vd/+bp,          hunch [h=ŋ  h(=Λ)h  h=n  h/c=h  hih]/vs,         search [s=ŋ  h(=Λ)h  h/c=h  hih]/vs/+cp,          touch [t=ŋ  h(=Λ)h  h/c=h  hih]/vs/+bp,

in/on the chest (circle) /Ch,                pitch [p=ŋ  h(i=)h  h/c=h  hih]/vd,          reach [r=ŋ  h(i=)h  h/c=h  hih]/vd/+cp,          teach [t=ŋ  h(i=)h  h/c=h  hih]/vd/+bp,          coach [k=ŋ  h(=o)h  h=h  h/c=h  hih]/vs,         munch [m=ŋ  h(=Λ)h  h=n  h/c=h  hih]/vs/+cp,          itch [ŋ=ŋ  h(i=)h  h/c=h  hih]/vs/+bp,


For pronunciations of “adjectives /C1”,        the SPHENOIDAL sinuses,                  in the mouth/Mo,                          kind [k=ŋ  hah  hih  h=n  d=h]/vd,        attractive [ŋ=ŋ  hΛh  h/t=h  r=h  Hæh  h/t=h  hih  b=h]/vd/+cp,       amiable [ŋ=ŋ  hæh  hih  m=h  hih  hΛh  b=h  h=h]/vd/+bp,         helpful [h=ŋ  hæh  h=h  p=h  h=h]/vs,        uncomfortable [ŋ=ŋ  hΛh  h=n  k=h  hΛh  h=m  p=h  hΛh  h/t=h  hΛh  h/b=h  h=h]/vs/+cp,         unkind [ŋ=ŋ  hΛh  h=n  k=h  hah  hih  h=n  h/d=h]/vs/+bp,

XXXXXXXXXXXXXX             in/on the chest (circle) /Ch,             XXXXXXXXXXXXXX


For pronunciations of “pronouns /C1”,         the ANTERIOR Ethmoidal sinuses,                   in the mouth/Mo,                          mine [m=ŋ  h(=a)h  hih  h=n]/vd,        yours [ŋ=ŋ  h(iu)h  hΛh  h/s=h]/vd/+cp,       his [h=ŋ  h(i=)h  h/s=h]/vd/+bp,         hers [h=ŋ  h(=Λ)h  h/s=h]/vs,        ours [ŋ=ŋ  h(=a)h  hΛh  h/s=h]/vs/+cp,         theirs [d=ŋ  h(iæ)h  hΛh  h/s=h]/vs/+bp,

XXXXXXXXXXXXXX             in/on the chest (circle) /Ch,             XXXXXXXXXXXXXX


XXXXXXX   For pronunciations of “interjections /C2”,    the FRONTAL sinuses;   in the mouth/Mo,   in/on the chest (circle) /Ch,           XXXXXXX


4.  <<ŋih/S>>

For pronunciations of “nouns”,         the SPHENOIDAL sinuses;          in the mouth/Mo,                       white [h=ŋ  hah  hih  h/t=h]/vd,        yellow [ŋ=ŋ  hæh  l=h  hoh  h=h]/vd/+cp,        blue [b=ŋ  l=h  h(=u)h]/vd/+bp,         red [r=ŋ  h(iæ)h  h/d=h]/vs,        green [g=ŋ  r=ŋ  h(i=)h  h=n]/vs/+cp,         transparency [t=ŋ  r=ŋ  hæh  h=h  h=n  h/s=h  p=h  h(iæ)h  hΛh  r=h  hΛh  h=n  h/s=h  hih]/vs/+bp,

* “transparence” is spoken from /T.

in/on the chest (circle) /Ch,                    yeast [ŋ=ŋ  h(i=)h  h=h  h/s=h  h/t=h]/vd,         fungus [f=ŋ  h(Λ=)h  h=n  h/g=h  hΛh  h/s=h]/vd/+cp,        mold [m=ŋ  h(=o)h  h=h  h=l  h/d=h]/vd/+bp,          yogurt [ŋ=ŋ  h(io)h  h=h  h/g=h  hΛh  h/t=h]/vs,         ketchup [k=ŋ  h(iæ)h  h/c=h  hΛh  h=p]/vs/+cp,         mayonnaise [m=ŋ  h(ie)h  hih  h/y=h  hoh  h/n=h  heh  hih  h/s=h]/vs/+bp,


For pronunciations of “adverbs”,         the MAXILLARY sinuses;          in the mouth/Mo,                   sound [s=ŋ  h(=a)h  h=h  h=n  h/d=h]/vd,         deep [d=ŋ  h(=i)h  h=h  h/p=h]/vd/+cp,       low [l=ŋ  h(=o)h  h=h]/vd/+bp,         high [h=ŋ  h(=a)h  hih]/vs,        big [b=ŋ  h(i=)h  h/g=h]/vs/+cp,         small [s=ŋ  m=ŋ  h(=o)h  h=l]/vs/+bp,

XXXXXXXXXXXXXX             in/on the chest (circle) /Ch,             XXXXXXXXXXXXXX


For pronunciations of “adjectives”,         the MIDDLE Ethmoidal sinuses,                in the mouth/Mo,                       sound [s=ŋ  hah  h=h  h=n  h/d=h]/vd,         deep [d=ŋ  hih  h=h  h/p=h]/vd/+cp,       low [l=ŋ  hoh  h=h]/vd/+bp,         high [h=ŋ  hah  hih]/vs,        big [b=ŋ  hih  h/g=h]/vs/+cp,         small [s=ŋ  m=ŋ  hoh  h=l]/vs/+bp,

XXXXXXXXXXXXXX             in/on the chest (circle) /Ch,             XXXXXXXXXXXXXX


For pronunciations of “verbs”,         the ANTERIOR Ethmoidal sinuses,             in the mouth/Mo,                        mind [m=ŋ  h(=a)h  hih  h=n  h/d=h]/vd,          hurt [h=ŋ  h(=Λ)h  h=h  h/t=h]/vd/+cp,       suffer [s=ŋ  h(=Λ)h  f=h  hΛh]/vd/+bp,         feel [f=ŋ  h(i=)h  h=h]/vs,        sense [s=ŋ  h(iæ)h  h=h  h=n  h/s=h]/vs/+cp,         read [r=ŋ  h(i=)h  h/d=h]/vs/+bp,

in/on the chest (circle) /Ch,                     find [f=ŋ  h(=a)h  hih  h=n  h/d=h]/vd,         face [f=ŋ  h(iæ)h  hih  h/s=h]/vd/+cp,        meet [m=ŋ  h(i=)h  h=h  h/t=h]/vd/+bp,         heel [h=ŋ  h(i=)h  h=h  h=l]/vs,        yield [ŋ=ŋ  h(i=)h  h=h  h/d=h]/vs/+cp,         heed [h=ŋ  h(i=)h  h=h  h/d=h]/vs/+bp,


For pronunciations of “pronouns”,         the POSTERIOR Ethmoidal sinuses;          in the mouth/Mo,                          less [l=ŋ  h(iæ)h  h/s=h]/vd,           little [l=ŋ  h(i=)h  h=h  h/t=h  h=l]/vd/+cp,              much [m=ŋ  h(=Λ)h  h/c=h  hih]/vd/+bp,          each [ŋ=ŋ  h(i=)h  h/c=h  hih]/vs,         either [ŋ=ŋ  h(i=)h  h/d=h  hΛh]/vs/+cp,          enough [ŋ=ŋ  h(i=)h  h/n=h  hΛh  h/f=h]/vs/+bp,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indefinite_pronoun ,        
less – Less is known about this period of history.               little – Little matters any more.
much – Much was discussed at the meeting.              each – From each according to his ability, to each according to his need.                either – Either will do.               enough – Enough is enough.

XXXXXXXXXXXXXX             in/on the chest (circle) /Ch,             XXXXXXXXXXXXXX


XXXXXXX   For pronunciations of “interjections”,    the FRONTAL sinuses;   in the mouth/Mo,   in/on the chest (circle) /Ch,           XXXXXXX


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5.  <<ŋih/잏/Korean/P>>

For pronunciations of “verbs”,        between the MIDDLE Ethmoidal sinuses,               in the mouth/Mo,                          보다 [bo  da]/[b=ŋ  hoh  d=h  hah]/watch [ŋ=ŋ  h(=Λ)h  h/c=h  hih]/vd/C,          잡다 [xab  da]/[z=ŋ  hah  h=b  d=h  hah]/catch [k=ŋ  h(iæ)h  h/c=h  hih]/vd/+cp,          치다 [ci  da]/[c=ŋ  hih  d=h  hah]/punch [p=ŋ  h(=Λ)h  h=n  h/c=h  hih]/vd/+bp,          웅크리다 [ŋuŋ  k=  ri  da]/[ŋ=ŋ  huh  h=ŋ  k=h  r=h  hih  d=h  hah]/hunch [h=ŋ  h(=Λ)h  h=n  h/c=h  hih]/vs,         찾다 [caj  da]/[c=ŋ  hah  d=h  hah]/search [s=ŋ  h(=Λ)h  h/c=h  hih]/vs/+cp,          만지다 [man  xi  da]/[m=ŋ  hah  h=n  z=h  hih  d=h  hah]/touch [t=ŋ  h(=Λ)h  h/c=h  hih]/vs/+bp,

in/on the chest (circle) /Ch,                던지다 [dΛn  xi  da]/[d=ŋ  hΛh  h=n  z=h  hih  d=h  hah]/pitch [p=ŋ  h(i=)h  h/c=h  hih]/vd,          다가가다 [da  ga  ga  da]/[d=ŋ  hah  g=h  hah  g=h  hah  d=h  hah]/reach [r=ŋ  h(i=)h  h/c=h  hih]/vd/+cp,          가르치다 [g=ŋ  hah  r=h  c=h  hih  d=h  hah]/[]/teach [t=ŋ  h(i=)h  h/c=h  hih]/vd/+bp,          돕다 [dob  da]/[d=ŋ  hoh  h=b  d=h  hah]/coach [k=ŋ  h(=o)h  h=h  h/c=h  hih]/vs,         씹다 [qib  da]/[s=ŋ  hih  h=b  d=h  hah]/munch [m=ŋ  h(=Λ)h  h=n  h/c=h  hih]/vs/+cp,          쑤시다 [qu  si  da]/[s=ŋ  huh  s=h  hih  d=h  hah]/itch [ŋ=ŋ  h(i=)h  h/c=h  hih]/vs/+bp,


*  That is,      when Korean-mother-tongue people speak “웅크리다 [ŋuŋ  k=  ri  da]/ hunch”      artificially/consciously alphabets-punctually,     they articulate/pronounce    [ŋu] of “웅[ŋuŋ]”   and   [k] of “크[k=]”         from/with Korean secondary posture /S of cp on the vocal CORDS and bp on the front/low in the mouth,        while [ŋ] of “웅[ŋuŋ]”,  [=] of “크[k=]” and  [ri  da] of “리다[ri  da]”  are articulate/pronounced       from/with Korean primary posture /P of cp on the vocal CORDS and bp on the lowest neck/throat.                 But Korean-mother-tongue people usually come to speak/pronounce       [ŋuŋ  k=  ri  da]/[ŋ=ŋ  huh  h=ŋ  k=h  r=h  hih  d=h  hah]          (continuously with rhythm/intonation of various amplitudes,     without ability/possibility of artificial/deliberate pause at the middle)         from/with Korean primary posture /P of cp on the vocal CORDS and bp on the lowest neck/throat        for the word of “웅크리다 [ŋuŋ  k=  ri  da]/ hunch”,           which means they unconsciously (mechanically/structurally/phonetically) articulate    [ŋih/잏]      voicelessd/vs     from/with Korean primary posture /P of cp on the vocal CORDS and bp on the lowest neck/throat.    

And so on.


**  But,     (via) <<ŋih/T>>      For pronunciations of “verbs”,         the MIDDLE Ethmoidal sinuses;            in the mouth/Mo,                만나다 [man  na  da]/[m=ŋ  hah  h=n  n-h  hah  d=h  hah]/meet [m=ŋ  h(i=)h  h/t=h]/vd/T,          울다 [ŋul  da]/[ ŋ=ŋ  huh  h=l  d=h  hah]/weep [ŋ=ŋ  h(i=)h  h/p=h]/vd/+cp,          웃다 [ŋ=c  da]/[ŋ=ŋ  huh  h=s  d=h  hah]/smile [s=ŋ  m(=a)h  hih  h=h  h=l]/vd/+bp,          보다 [bo  da]/[b=ŋ  hoh  d=h  hah]/see [s=ŋ  hih]/vs,         웃다 [ŋuc  da]/[ŋ=ŋ  huh  h=s  d=h  hah]/laugh [l=ŋ  hæh  h=h  h/f=h]/vs/+cp,          울부짓다 [ŋul  bu  jic  da]/[ŋ=ŋ  huh  h=l  b=h  huh  z=h  hih  h=s  d=h  hah]/cry [k=ŋ  r=h  h(=a)h  hih]/vs/+bp,

in/on the chest (circle) /Ch,             의아해-하다 [ŋ(=i)  ŋa  hæ  ha  da]/[ŋ=ŋ  h(=i)h  ŋ=h  hah  hæh  hah  d=h  hah]/wonder [ŋ=ŋ  h(=Λ)h  h=h  h=n  d=h  hΛh]/vd,         깜빡이다 [kam  bag  ŋi  da]/[]/wink [ŋ=ŋ  h(i=)h  h=h  h=ŋ  h/k=h]/vd/+cp,          못-본체하다 [moc bon  ce  ha  da]/[m=ŋ  hoh  h=s  b=h  hoh  h=n  c=h  heh  hah  d=h  hah]/ignore[ŋ=ŋ  hih  h/g=h  n=h  h(=o)h  hΛh]/vd/+bp,          받아들이다 [bac  ŋa  d=l  ŋi  da]/[b=ŋ  hah  ŋ=h  hah  d=h  h=l  ŋ=h  hih  d=h  hah]/accept [ŋ=ŋ  ŋæh  s=h  h(ie)h  h=h  h=p  h/t=h]/vs,         퇴짜-놓다 [t(oi)  xa  noh  da]/[t=ŋ  h(oi)h  z=h  hah  n=h  hoh  d=h  hah]/reject [r=ŋ  hih  z=h  h(ie)h  h=h  h=k  h/t=h]/vs/+cp,          봐주다 [b(oa)  ju  da]/[b=ŋ  h(oa)h  z=h  huh  d=h  hah]/allow [ŋ=ŋ  hΛh  l=h  h(=a)h   h=h]/vs/+bp,


That is,     (not to articulate directly <<ŋih>> from Korean/P but)      to articulate indirectly <<ŋih/T/English>> from posture of Korean/P,      (for example)     “만나다 [man  na  da]/[m=ŋ  hah  h=n  n-h  hah  d=h  hah]/meet [m=ŋ  h(i=)h  h/t=h]/vd” is (metaphthong) pronounced        instead of “보다 [bo  da]/[b=ŋ  hoh  d=h  hah]/watch [ŋ=ŋ  h(=Λ)h  h/c=h  hih]/vd”;           and so on.


6.  << ŋih/잏/Korean/s>>

For pronunciations of “verbs”,         the MIDDLE Ethmoidal sinuses;            in the mouth/Mo,                쓰다 [q=  da]/[s=ŋ  h=h  d=h  hah]/write [ŋ=ŋ  r=h  h(a=)h  hih  h/t=h]/vd/P,        그리다 [g=  ri  da]/[g=ŋ  h=h  r=h  hih  d=h  hah]/paint [p=ŋ  heh  hih  h=n  h/t=h]/vd/+cp,       그다 [g=  da]/[g=ŋ  h=h  d=h  hah]/draw [d=ŋ  r=h  h(=Λ)h  h=h]/vd/+bp,        긋다 [g=c  da]/[g=ŋ  h=s  d=h  hah]/sign [s=ŋ  h(=a)h  hih  h=n]/vs,         찍다 [xig  da]/[z=ŋ  hih  h=g  d=h  hah]/picture [p=ŋ  h(i=)h  c=h  hΛh  h=r]/vs/+cp,        잡다 [xab  da]/[z=ŋ  hah  h=b  d=h  hah]/capture [k=ŋ  h(iæ)h  h=h  h/cΛh  h=r]/vs/+bp,

XXXXXXXXXXXXXX             in/on the chest (circle) /Ch,             XXXXXXXXXXXXXX


*  That is,      when Korean-mother-tongue people speak “쓰다 [q=  da]/write”      artificially/consciously alphabets-punctually,     they articulate/pronounce    [q=  d] of “쓰다 [q=  da]”         from/with Korean secondary posture /S of cp on the vocal CORDS and cp on the front/low in the mouth,        while [a] of “쓰다 [q=  da]” is articulate/pronounced       from/with Korean primary posture /P of cp on the vocal CORDS and bp on the lowest neck/throat.                 But Korean-mother-tongue people usually come to speak/pronounce       [s=ŋ  h=h  d=h  hah]          (continuously with rhythm/intonation of various amplitudes,     without ability/possibility of artificial/deliberate pause at the middle)         from/with Korean secondary posture /S of cp on the vocal CORDS and cp on the front/low in the mouth       for the word of “쓰다 [q=  da]/write”,           which means they unconsciously (mechanically/structurally/phonetically) articulate    [ŋih/잏]      voiced/vd       from/with Korean secondary posture /S of cp on the vocal CORDS and cp on the front/low in the mouth.    

And so on.


**  But,     (via) <<ŋih/S/English>>          For pronunciations of “verbs”,         the ANTERIOR Ethmoidal sinuses,             in the mouth/Mo,                        꺼리다 [kΛ  ri  da]/[g=ŋ  hΛh  r=h  hih  d=h  hah]/mind [m=ŋ  h(=a)h  hih  h=n  h/d=h]/vd/S,          다치다 [da ci  da]/[d=ŋ  hah  c=h  hih  d=h  hah]/hurt [h=ŋ  h(=Λ)h  h=h  h/t=h]/vd/+cp,       겪다 [g(iΛ)g  da]/[g=ŋ  h(iΛ)h  h=g  d=h  hah]/suffer [s=ŋ  h(=Λ)h  f=h  hΛh]/vd/+bp,         느끼다 [n=  gi  da]/[n=ŋ  g=h  hih  d=h  hah]/feel [f=ŋ  h(i=)h  h=h]/vs,        만지다 [man  xi  da]/[m=ŋ  hah  h=n  z=h  hih  d=h  hah]/sense [s=ŋ  h(iæ)h  h=h  h=n  h/s=h]/vs/+cp,         읽다 [ŋi(rg)  da]/[ŋ=ŋ  hih  h=(rg)  d=h  hah]/read [r=ŋ  h(i=)h  h/d=h]/vs/+bp,

in/on the chest (circle) /Ch,                     찾다 [cac  da]/[c=ŋ  hah  h=s  d=h  hah]/find [f=ŋ  h(=a)h  hih  h=n  h/d=h]/vd,         맞서다 [mac  qΛ da]/[m=ŋ  hah  h=s  s=h  hΛh  d=h  hah]/face [f=ŋ  h(iæ)h  hih  h/s=h]/vd/+cp,        만나다 [man  na  da]/[m=ŋ  hah  h=n  n=h  hah  d=h  hah]/meet [m=ŋ  h(i=)h  h=h  h/t=h]/vd/+bp,         좋다 [xoc  da]/[z=ŋ  hoh  d=h  hah]/heel [h=ŋ  h(i=)h  h=h  h=l]/vs,        낳다 [nah  da]/[n=ŋ  hah  d=h  hah]/yield [ŋ=ŋ  h(i=)h  h=h  h/d=h]/vs/+cp,         보이다 [bp  ŋi  da]/[b=ŋ  hoh  ŋ=h  hih  d=h  hah]/heed [h=ŋ  h(i=)h  h=h  h/d=h]/vs/+bp,

That is,     (not to articulate directly <<ŋih>> from Korean/S but)      to articulate indirectly <<ŋih/S/English>> from posture of Korean/P,      (for example)     “꺼리다 [kΛ  ri  da]/[g=ŋ  hΛh  r=h  hih  d=h  hah]/mind [m=ŋ  h(=a)h  hih  h=n  h/d=h]/vd/S” is (metaphthong) pronounced        instead of “쓰다 [q=  da]/[s=ŋ  h=h  d=h  hah]/write [ŋ=ŋ  r=h  h(a=)h  hih  h/t=h]/vd/P”;           and so on.


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7.  (sister/mother/etc.-) in-law

chick (chicken/C2 + ’s/P);            Monty (Montgomery/C2 + ’s/P);           Judy (Judith/C2 + ’s/P);               candy/+bp, confectioner/+cp (confection/C2 + ’s/P);            confectionary (confection/S + ’s/P);             delegate (delegation/C2 + ’s/P);             embassy (ambassador/C2 + ’s/P);             preps (preparations/C2 + ’s/P);             gang (gun/T/Ch + s/S);            cop (police/T/Ch + s/S);               teacher (education/C2 + ’s/P);                 bobby (police/C2 + ’s/P)  or (bowling/T/Ch + s/C2);                 monkey (ape/C2 + ’s/P);               mount (mountain/C2 + ’s/P);             pro (professional/C2 + ’s/P);

theater (play/C2 + ’s/P);                 cinema (movie/C2 + ’s/P);

brother-in-law (brother/C2 + ’s/P);            daughter-in-law (daughter/C2 + ’s/P);              father-in-law (father/C2 + ’s/P);              mother-in-law (mother/C2 + ’s/P);             sister-in-law (sister/C2 + ’s/P);           son-in-law (son/C2 + ’s/P);

guy (boy/T/Ch + s/S);            lesbian (girl/T/Ch + s/S);            gay (man/T/Ch + s/S);                homo (homosexual/C2 + ’s/P)  or (“Homo sapiens”/P + s/S);            boob (breast/T/Ch + s/S);              bubby/booby (boob/C2 + ’s/P);               vagina/+cp, vulva/+bp (virgin/T/Ch + s/S);               Viagra (vagina/S/Ch + ’s/P);                   bachelor (virgin/C2 + ’s/P);               penis (bachelor/T/Ch + s/S);                prostitute/+bp, “fancy woman”/+cp, “woman of the street”/Ch (prostitution/C2 + ’s/P);               whore (prostitute/C2 + ’s/P);                “call girl” (telephone/T/Ch + s/S);                 bawd(prostitute/T + s/S);               cocotte(prostitute/C2 + s/S);                cyprian (prostitute/T/Ch + s/S);                harlot (prostitute/T/Ch + ’s/P);                “lady of pleasure” (prostitute/S + ’s/P);             “sporting lady” (prostitute/T + s/C2);                  tart (prostitute/T/Ch + s/C2);              “working girl” (prostitute/P + s/S);

Cypriote/+bp, Cyprian/+cp (Cyprus/C2 + ’s/P);

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238Simple view<<=iΛ, iΛ=, aiΛ, Λai>>         Pardon? Excuse me? Sorry?         "There is Tom."         for(e)bear Y... 2008.09.16
237Simple view<<aΛi, Λia, oΛi, Λio>>    haste(n)/etc.    SOS/mayday/NC/OK,    Ouch/Oh/Hey/Hello/eh/Wow, good-lord Y... 2008.09.09
236Simple view>> Corrections:                                       "check  >>  check-out"            NC/OK Y... 2009.09.22
235Simple viewPhysiognomy of speaking??       <<iΛu, uiΛ, =Λi, Λi=>>       corpor(e)al,  mayday/alas, (but) of course  Y... 2008.09.02
234Simple view>> Corrections:                                       "check  >>  check-out"           [Λi=]/T/pES Y... 2010.09.22
233Simple view<<uiΛ, oia, iao>>                         Development of Korean vocabulary  (compared with English) Y... 2008.08.26
232Simple view>> Corrected       to <<Λui, oia, iao>>     from <<uiΛ, oia, iao>> Y... 2008.09.15
231Simple viewshout-from-the-rooftops, have-a-sneaking-suspicion, etc.      <<uΛi, Λiu, Λui>>       irregardless(2) Y... 2008.08.19
230Simple view>> Corrected     to <<uΛi, Λiu, iuΛ>>       from <<uΛi, Λiu, Λui>> Y... 2008.09.15
229Simple view(Trigraph-type) seed??  <<oai, aio, aoi,>>                       (to) no end,  endlessly Y... 2008.08.12
228Simple viewgo-Dutch-on: Dutch characterized by GRECOnglish? <<o=, =o, au, a=>> Weight in digraph, irregardless Y... 2008.08.12
227Simple view>> Corrections:                                       "check  >>  check-out" Y... 2009.09.22
226Simple viewHe'd have acquired the idea to invent barbed wire from English vocabulary.        <<iu, Λ=, =Λ, io>> Y... 2008.08.05
225Simple viewlead-to, give-rise-to, out-of-danger, good-natured, carry-on, etc.               <<oΛ, iΛ, ia, =a>> Y... 2008.07.29
224Simple view>> Corrections:                                       "check  >>  check-out" Y... 2009.09.22
223Simple viewput-to-bed, give-birth-to, well-bred,  etc.       <<ou, uo, u=, ao>>        Articulation of Digraph Y... 2008.07.22
222Simple view>> Corrections:                                       "check  >>  check-out" Y... 2009.09.22
221Simple viewsharp-practice, out-of-the-way,  etc.          <<Λa, aΛ, i=, Λu>>          son-of/Mac/Ma/M/Firz/O, Ni/Nic Y... 2008.07.15
220Simple view>> Corrections:                                       "check  >>  check-out" Y... 2009.09.22
219Simple viewHow, who come to have the idea to tar-and-feather him?        <<uΛ, =u, ua, Λo>>       'the idea to do' Y... 2008.07.08
218Simple view>> Corrected :                "have the idea to do - - ",  or  "have the idea of doing - - " ?? Y... 2009.02.21
217Simple viewold-timer, old-hand, rise-to-the-occasion, etc,      <<ö, oa, =, =i>>      "believe or not",  banana/China Y... 2008.07.01
216Simple viewon-the-money, put-up-for-sale, take-advantage-of,   etc.        <<w/q/x/ü>>        articulation of ü/ö Y... 2008.06.24
215Simple view>> Corrections:                                       "check  >>  check-out" Y... 2009.09.22
214Simple viewkeeping-a-weather-eye-on, on-your-toes, one-sided(ly), come-up-against, meet-with,    <<z/u/v/y>> Y... 2008.06.17
213Simple view>> Corrections:                                       "check  >>  check-out" Y... 2009.09.22
212Simple viewarticulation circle for [l/r],         articulation for doubled cp/bp,        Seeds? <<l/o>>        Boycott Y... 2008.06.10
211Simple viewtie-the-knot, take-the-plunge, user-friendly, cherry-pick,        <<m/n/r>>       linguist/linguistician Y... 2008.06.10
210Simple viewarticulation/3,  characters/actors/-,  little,  the-same, matter-of-fact,  essentially/focally,  <<k/i/j>> Y... 2008.06.03
209Simple viewamount/2,       reason,       Seeds??  <<f/e/g/h>>       measurements/dimensions/lengths/widths Y... 2008.05.27
208Simple view>> Corrections:                                       "check  >>  check-out" Y... 2009.09.22
207Simple viewGRECOnglish grammar,     articulation/2,     Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.,     amount,     Seeds?  <<æ/d>> Y... 2008.05.20
206Simple viewEnglish or GRECOnglish accent,           Standard vs dialect,           Seed or nucleus??  <<ŋ/Λ/b/c>> Y... 2008.05.13
205Simple view>> Corrections:                                       "check  >>  check-out" Y... 2009.09.22
204Simple viewMispronunciation/dialects;               Seed or nucleus??  <<s/p/a >>.             articulation method Y... 2008.05.06
203Simple view>> Corrected Y... 2008.05.13
202Simple viewthe/true/till/cannot/pretty;                since/because/before/after/though, even though, even if, Y... 2008.04.29
201Simple viewalthough/however,   only if,   until/whereas/unless,   whether or not,   in case Y... 2008.04.29
200Simple viewthat, in order that, now that;   GRECO-logic on which/that;   glottal stop, vocalic nasal, swallowed [l] Y... 2008.04.29
199Simple viewneither/not ~ nor,     Korea, Monday/etc. o’clock, 'tis,    well/and/so/but/rather,    for/so/yet/while/as Y... 2008.04.23
198Simple view>> Corrected Y... 2008.04.28
197Simple viewchest articulation.     blowin', 'round; ev'ry, I've,    conj.    if/and/but/or/nor,    whether/otherwise/ere Y... 2008.04.15
196Simple viewconveniently/hopefully.          the/which/what/this/that.          wanna/gonna.         Interrogatives  Y... 2008.04.09
195Simple viewseldom/sure:  why not aux. v.?       Verbal    go (a)fishing     “be to”    afire    mine/yours     phrase Y... 2008.04.01
194Simple viewSentence,         Conditional sentences         Subjunctive mood        “were to” (will/C2/Ch + t/P/Ch) Y... 2008.03.25
193Simple view>> Corrected Y... 2008.04.09
192Simple viewneed/ought to,         present v.         complement,        bare inf.??        passive v.       relative Y... 2008.03.18
191Simple view>> Corrected Y... 2008.04.16
190Simple viewnumbers/sP,        Seed?? <<t>>.        Modal aux. v.??         Liaison-hole         Inf./ger. & prosody; Y... 2008.03.11
189Simple view>> Corrected Y... 2008.05.13
188Simple viewOrigin/usage of “the/a”.       multiple,       p/pp,       comp/sup.      Ord.       wine,       consonant. Y... 2008.03.04
187Simple view>> Corrected:               1. Origin/usage of “the/a”   6. Past & past participle of verbs. Y... 2009.06.25
186Simple viewEnglish prefixes,      tr./intr.verb,     abscise (cut/T/Ch + s/C2);     Cardinal vowels,     Kor consonants Y... 2008.02.26
185Simple view>> Corrected  Y... 2008.03.04
184Simple view<< bih/빟 >>           il  &  (oi) 왜(倭)          speeded/sped??        sub-/co-,        family Y... 2008.02.19
183Simple view>> Corrected Y... 2008.02.26
182Now readingRoot or stem??        << ŋih/잏 >>                  in-law Y... 2008.02.13
181Simple viewRoot or stem??        << cih/칳 >>                아리랑 [(ŋ)a  ri  raŋ] Y... 2008.02.06
180Simple view>> Corrected Y... 2008.02.13
179Simple viewbride > marriage > babe > baby > toddler;       spec/specs;       Ocean;      Color Y... 2008.01.30
178Simple viewmarriage/babe/baby.           Pedigree, 족보(族譜) [zog  bo].          Collective nouns 5,  Y... 2008.01.23
177Simple viewWhy alternative ‘of –‘ for poss. ‘-’s’?   woman/gentleman;   Gandhara/한국, Parthia/Japan;   Korea/Core Y... 2008.01.16
176Simple view>> Tibet/단국[dan-gug]/배달[bæ-dal]/닙본(Nippon)[nib=bon]    &   Persia/Gandhara/한국[han-gug] Y... 2008.09.11
175Simple viewqueen/king’s,  husband/wife’s;   damage/GRECOnglish;   caucus/convention;   OK;   Coll. n. 4,  Y... 2008.01.09
174Simple viewEnglish (GRECOnglish) forms of writing.        Pronouns, direct/indirect/etc.      Coll. n. 3, Y... 2008.01.02
173Simple viewRoot or stem??        << dih/딯 >> Y... 2007.12.26
172Simple view>> Corrections:                                       "check  >>  check-out" Y... 2009.09.22
171Simple viewConjunctions.      Conjunctive Adverbs.       trans. word/phrases,      volery or volley?? Y... 2007.12.19
170Simple view>> Corrected (3) Y... 2008.03.04
169Simple viewI/Is/we; 나/나들/우리.    Flex. articulation.   * adj. endings.   Coll. n. 2.    volery/volley?? Y... 2007.12.12
168Simple viewperson/people/police/personage,       Collective nouns 1. Y... 2007.12.05
167Simple viewpoliter??   early,    noncount/binary/agg. nouns,     people/we/my/they/its/etc.    adj. endings. Y... 2007.11.28
166Simple viewEnglish REGULAR verbs/plurals, comp. & sup.    Root <<bih/C>>     Chinese vowel. Y... 2007.11.21
165Simple viewRoots:       <ar>,   <ig>,  <it>        etc. Y... 2007.11.14
164Simple view>> Corrections:                                       "check  >>  check-out" Y... 2009.09.22
163Simple view“do/need/etc.” as English (quasi-)auxiliary verb.      Roots Y... 2007.11.07
162Simple view>> Corrected Y... 2008.03.30
161Simple viewEnglish auxiliary verbs.   Ideal speaking posture.   “-ing”.   “go/가다[ga  da];  gad”.     Y... 2007.10.31
160Simple view>> Corrected Y... 2008.03.30
159Simple viewRestart of “study on ROOTs/etc. of English vocabulary”,  from the beginning.     Prepositions. Y... 2007.10.24
158Simple view“h/ŋ/tail,  g/k/n”   CYRILLIC-loan adj./nouns,   Speaker standpoint. Y... 2007.10.17
157Simple view“be”   “3rd p/sing verb”   “who, which, when, where, etc.”    “distr./Indef. pronouns”. Y... 2007.10.10
156Simple viewConsonant (cluster) system of GRECOnglish.     “g/ŋ/tail,  k/n”     Pronoun.     “it/the/a” Y... 2007.10.03
155Simple view“a/an/the”,     Unaccented tails,     Vowel (cluster) system of GRECOnglish. Y... 2007.09.26
154Simple viewRoot 4.  &   Where are (English/Korean) metaphthonged tails expressed? Y... 2007.09.19
153Simple viewRoot 3.  &  English/Chinese vowels;  Christopher Columbus;  Tone or posture language Y... 2007.09.14
152Simple view3>> Root 3.  &  English/Chinese vowels;  Christopher Columbus;  Tone or posture language Y... 2007.10.18
151Simple viewNotice Y... 2007.10.12
150Simple viewDigraph “-ea-” Y... 2007.07.04
149Simple viewHow do English irregular verbs/plurals have come into being? Y... 2007.07.11
148Simple viewHow are NUMBERs of English and Korean/Japanese/Chinese/etc. articulated/spoken? Y... 2007.07.18
147Simple viewWhat about English IRREGULAR comparatives/superlatives?? Y... 2007.07.25
146Simple viewIrregular adjectives  &  PHOENICIAN/CYRILLIC postures (of English). Y... 2007.08.01
145Simple viewWhen are CYRILLIC loan words articulated in ENGLISH posture? Y... 2007.08.08
144Simple viewPlurals/etc.;  “mind your P's and Q's” Y... 2007.08.15
143Simple viewRoot:  gnosis/cgnosis 앎[ŋa(rm)];  know/cgno 알다[ŋal  da]. Y... 2007.08.22
142Simple viewEnglish greatly adulterate/contaminated by Greeks/GRECONGlish. Y... 2007.08.29
141Simple viewRoot II.  &  “Why do pro-singers sing vowels in the chest?”  Y... 2007.09.05
140Simple view>> Root II.  &  “Why do pro-singers sing vowels in the chest?”  Y... 2007.10.10
139Simple view>> English greatly adulterate/contaminated by Greeks/GRECONGlish. Y... 2007.10.03
138Simple view>>3  Root: gnosis/hohih/hnohsih(s)  영적(靈的)-인식(認識);  know/hnoh. Y... 2007.10.14
137Simple viewDigraph [ou]/[ㅗㅜ];   [=]/[으]    for “OUGHT, could, do, who, etc.” Y... 2007.04.27
136Simple view[З/Λ/∂] Y... 2007.05.03
135Simple viewphone;   [foun]  or  [p=h  h∂n] / [p==  (ŋ)=h  h∂n] ?? Y... 2007.05.10
134Simple viewCorrections   (>>  “phone;   [foun]  or  [p=h  h∂n] / [p==  (ŋ)=h  h∂n] ??”) Y... 2007.05.16
133Simple viewFlap Y... 2007.05.23
132Simple viewExam;  [igzam]  or  [(ŋ)i=  (ŋ)=x  xæm] ?? Y... 2007.05.30
131Simple viewGRECOnglish vs true/genuine English. Y... 2007.06.06
130Simple view(English) phonetics puzzle really solved. Y... 2007.06.13
129Simple viewCaveat. Y... 2007.06.20
128Simple viewPhonetics is environmental. Y... 2007.06.27
127Simple viewMore study on [ŋ]-inverse liaison to voice nodes w/o consonant tail. Y... 2007.02.16
126Simple viewDifferences between singing and speaking.   Y... 2007.02.23
125Simple viewWIND instruments.   Y... 2007.03.02
124Simple viewEnglish/German/Korean Y... 2007.03.09
123Simple viewLING.lu.se Y... 2007.03.15
122Simple viewa/α, e/ε, o/ɔ(“o), i/”i, u/”u, etc. Y... 2007.03.23
121Simple viewVoiced/voiceless words. Y... 2007.03.30
120Simple viewThe sound that separates uh-oh??  Glottal stop?? Y... 2007.04.06
119Simple viewVowel pronunciation of pro singers.     Y... 2007.04.13
118Simple viewChinese/Korean/English, & USA/British English. Y... 2007.04.23
117Simple viewWon’t, don’t, can’t, haven’t, we’re, we’ll, I’ve, etc. Y... 2007.02.05
116Simple viewWhy English-speaking double posture? Y... 2007.02.05
115Simple viewan; [∂n]/[æn] or [Λŋ]/[æŋ]? etc. Y... 2007.02.05
114Simple viewMulti (language) posture.     Y... 2007.02.05
113Simple viewNarrational speaking Y... 2007.02.05
112Simple viewSpeaking emotionally Y... 2007.02.05
111Simple viewLaughing & crying.    Y... 2007.02.05
110Simple viewShort-tongue: Chest articulation circle.   Y... 2007.02.05
109Simple viewVoice nodes (rather than syllables) without head consonant. Y... 2007.02.09
108Simple viewGood speak/singing posture Y... 2007.02.05
107Simple viewSo many languages, so many speaking postures (I). Y... 2007.02.05
106Simple viewSo many languages, so many speaking mouth postures (II). Y... 2007.02.05
105Simple viewSPHENOIDAL/ MAXILLARY sinuses. Y... 2007.02.05
104Simple view[ŋ]; really soundless, transparent, pure, tasteless, odorless?? Y... 2007.02.05
103Simple viewHow do NUMBERs of Korean/Japanese/Chinese and English/etc. come to be spoken so? Y... 2007.02.05
102Simple viewBritish/USA English pronunciations. Y... 2007.02.05
101Simple viewWhy shift of cp/bp, mouth posture?? Y... 2007.02.05
100Simple viewWhat is ultimately meant by “SYLLABLE”? Y... 2007.02.05
99Simple viewHow can the sinuses be found/tensed easily/effectively? Y... 2007.02.05
98Simple viewDouble/triple posture. Y... 2007.02.05
97Simple viewConsonant points. Y... 2007.02.04
96Simple viewDiaphragm Y... 2007.02.04
95Simple viewSupplement. Y... 2007.02.04
94Simple viewSyllable and voice node, 음절. Y... 2007.02.04
93Simple viewWhy (not 1/one but) 2/two hemidiaphragms? Y... 2007.02.04
92Simple viewDi-/trigraph Y... 2007.02.05
91Simple viewDi-/trigraph II. Y... 2007.02.05
90Simple viewMouth posture of the ANCIENT inventor/speakers of a/b/c/e/f/etc. Y... 2007.02.05
89Simple viewANCIENT inventor/speaker CHARACTERISTICS of ENGLISH alphabet a/b/c/e/f/etc. Y... 2007.02.05
88Simple view(Article) the/a/an. Y... 2007.02.05
87Simple view>> Diaphragm:         James Mesbur/Upenn Y... 2007.11.07
86Simple viewphon.ucl. Intonation Y... 2007.02.04
85Simple viewhumnet.ucla.edu/departments/linguistics Y... 2007.02.04
84Simple viewCONSONANT/Vowel POINTs Y... 2007.02.04
83Simple viewThe Netherlands, Maartje Schreuder. Y... 2007.02.04
82Simple viewling.udel.edu/idsardi Y... 2007.02.04
81Simple viewProsody <Chilin Shih & Greg Kochanski> Y... 2007.02.04
80Simple viewProsody in Singing Voice Y... 2007.02.04
79Simple viewSinging Voice II Y... 2007.02.04
78Simple viewSinging Voice III Y... 2007.02.04
77Simple viewComputational transformations, etc. Y... 2007.02.04
76Simple viewDrill 6 Y... 2007.02.04
75Simple viewDrill 7 Y... 2007.02.04
74Simple viewDrill 8, Question intonation & sinus. Y... 2007.02.04
73Simple viewWARNING/caution;  SPHENOIDAL/ MAXILLARY sinuses. Y... 2007.02.04
72Simple viewDrill 9. Intonation & sinus (II) Y... 2007.02.04
71Simple viewDrill 10. Intonation/MODIFICATIONs (III). Y... 2007.02.04
70Simple viewDrill 11. Intonation; contraction. Y... 2007.02.04
69Simple viewDrill 12. MODIFICATION/question. INTERJECTION. Y... 2007.02.04
68Simple viewDrill 13. Intonation/MODIFICATION/question. Y... 2007.02.04
67Simple viewDrill 14. Intonation. Y... 2007.02.04
66Simple viewDrill 15. Intonation. Y... 2007.02.04
65Simple viewNew facts on consonants. Y... 2007.02.03
64Simple viewSoft/harsh. Y... 2007.02.03
63Simple viewAnalysis of consonant pronunciation, etc. Y... 2007.02.03
62Simple viewDrill 1. Y... 2007.02.03
61Simple viewDiscovery 2. Y... 2007.02.03
60Simple viewDiscovery 3. Y... 2007.02.03
59Simple viewDrill 2. Y... 2007.02.03
58Simple viewDrill 3 Y... 2007.02.03
57Simple viewDrill 4 Y... 2007.02.03
56Simple viewDrill 5 Y... 2007.02.03
55Simple viewLiaison Y... 2007.02.03
54Simple viewLiaison, glottal-stopping, etc. Y... 2007.02.03
53Simple viewRe: Liaison, Daniel Thomas Y... 2007.02.03
52Simple viewWelcome & Thanks. Y... 2007.02.03
51Simple viewOptimal articulatuon examples 1. Y... 2007.02.03
50Simple viewInverse liaison 1. Y... 2007.02.03
49Simple viewTrachea/throat Y... 2007.02.03
48Simple viewVocal tract, airflow. Y... 2007.02.03
47Simple viewVowel point/position/place Y... 2007.02.03
46Simple viewNew vowel points (and very important corrections). Y... 2007.02.03
45Simple viewArticulation exercise Y... 2007.02.03
44Simple viewMisc. 1. Y... 2007.02.03
43Simple viewDiscovery 1. Y... 2007.02.03
42Simple viewvoiced/voiceless Y... 2007.02.03
41Simple viewyes/yeh/yah Y... 2007.02.03
40Simple viewPhon2/Phonetics/UCLA Phonetics Lab Data Y... 2007.02.03
39Simple viewbreathing/speaking/snoring Y... 2007.02.03
38Simple viewPaul Meier Y... 2007.02.03
37Simple viewJohn Wells, Susan Ramsaran & Peter Ladefoged Y... 2007.02.03
36Simple viewutexas.edu Y... 2007.02.03
35Simple viewweb.tiscali.it Y... 2007.02.03
34Simple viewArticulation 1. Y... 2007.02.02
33Simple viewJudging, etc. Y... 2007.02.03
32Simple viewModification 2. Y... 2007.02.03
31Simple viewModification 3. Y... 2007.02.03
30Simple viewArticulation 2. Y... 2007.02.03
29Simple viewDiscussions with Mr. Kunal Sharma; Y... 2007.02.02
28Simple viewAphasia; Y... 2007.02.02
27Simple viewTalks with Mr. Daniel Hirst Y... 2007.02.02
26Simple viewModification 1. Y... 2007.02.02
25Simple viewFact 1. Y... 2007.02.02
24Simple viewMy discovery in speaking posture/weigtht center and its effect on voice. Y... 2007.02.02
23Simple viewRe: My discovery in speaking - - -. Shimanta Bhattacharyya Y... 2007.02.02
22Simple viewReplying. Y... 2007.02.02
21Simple viewComparative Phonology, Dr. Evren Alpaslan Y... 2007.02.02
20Simple viewRe: Comparative Phonology, etc., Young-Won Kim Y... 2007.02.02
19Simple viewRe^2: Comparative Phonology, etc, Prof. Paul Friesen Y... 2007.02.02
18Simple viewReplying to Prof. Paul Friesen Y... 2007.02.02
17Simple viewRe: replying to Prof, Paul Friesen; Dr. Ananya Guha Y... 2007.02.02
16Simple viewRe^2: replying  Y... 2007.02.02
15Simple viewRe^3: replying, Prof. Paul Friesen Y... 2007.02.02
14Simple viewreplying to Prof. Paul Friesen; Y... 2007.02.02
13Simple viewRe: replying to Prof. Paul Friesen;  Prof. Dr. Markus Vinzent Y... 2007.02.02
12Simple viewThanks to Prof. Dr. Markus Vinzent , Y... 2007.02.02
11Simple viewRe^2: replying to Prof. Paul Friesen; Prof. Paul Friesen Y... 2007.02.02
10Simple viewRe^3: generally agreeing; but, Y... 2007.02.02
9Simple viewto Prof. Paul Friesen; Y... 2007.02.02
8Simple viewJapanese Vowels and Japanese Learners, Dr. Evren Alpaslan Y... 2007.02.02
7Simple viewWhat is meant by “comparative phonetics”? Y... 2007.01.31
6Simple viewTrachea(air tube)/neck Y... 2007.01.31
5Simple viewWhy are phoneticians so confident? Y... 2007.01.31
4Simple viewDr. ***, Associate Professor, Linguistics Y... 2007.01.31
3Simple viewSPHENOIDAL/ MAXILLARY sinuses. Y... 2007.01.31
2Simple viewDr Mark J. Jones, Cambridge. Y... 2007.02.02
1Simple viewIntroduction Y... 2007.01.31
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