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T在R后的发音

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This is yet another video on the letter T.

这是关于字母T的另一个视频。

I've already done a few videos on it, but it's such a big subject, I can't quite seem to get away from it.

我已经做了几个关于T的视频了,但它是个大工程,我并不能一下子就做完。

Today we're going to talk about this case: "party, party."Do you hear how the T is being pronounced here? "Party."

今天,我们将要讨论这种情况:“party, party”。你听到了这里的T是如何发音的吗?"Party."

If you've already seen my video on T pronunciations, then you know when the letter T or double T comes between two vowel sounds,

如果你已经看过我做的关于T的发音的视频,那么你就会知道,当一个字母T或是两个T出现在两个元音中间时,

that it is often pronounced in everyday speech by native speakers as a D sound.For example, "butter, water."

它在日常讲话中通常被英语母语者读成D音。比如,"butter, water."

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But I got an email from someone recently saying that he's noticed when the letter T comes after the R and before a vowel, that in this case too, it is sometimes pronounced as a D.

但是我最近收到了一封邮件,写这封邮件的人说,他注意到了当字母T出现在R之后,元音之前,还有在这个例子中,它有时会被发成D音。

And I admit, I've noticed this myself.Now, I'm not saying that new English speakers should try to do this.

我承认,我自己也发现了这个。但是,我并不是说英语初学者应该试着做到这个。

But I am saying I've noticed that native speakers do it, so let's point it out, let's talk about it, so you know what's happening when you hear it.

而是说,我注意到了英语母语者会这样做,所以让我们把它指出来,讨论一下,这样的话,当你听到它的时候就会知道发生了什么。

The R consonant sound.When it is not at the beginning of a syllable, whether by itself or in a cluster, it sounds just like the "ur" as in "her" vowel.

朝鲜语的辅音不仅可以在音节开头与元音相拼,还可以在元音作为韵尾发音。在英语中元音特别响亮,一个元音音素可构成一个音节,一个元音音素和一个或几个辅音音素结合也可以构成一个音节。study→studiedtry→triedfly→flied4.以重读闭音节(即辅音+元音+辅音)或r音节结尾,末尾只有一个辅音字母的动词,要先双写这个辅音字母后英语r不发音,再加 –ed。

For example, in the word "alert, alert."Here it is the R consonant sound, but it's just like the "ur" vowel sound, "rr, rr."

比如,单词“alert, alert”。在这里,它是辅音R,但是它听起来就像“ur”元音,"rr, rr."

So when the R comes after the vowel or diphthong in a syllable, it functions much like the "ur" vowel sound.

所以,当R出现在音节中的元音或复合元音之后时,它的作用就像“ur”元音一样。

For example in the word "alert, alert alert", there is no change in sound there from the "ur" as in "her" vowel symbol to the R consonant symbol.

孩子开始在元音前加上辅音了,尤其是几个比较好发的辅音,如“wu-wu ”,“ba-ba”,“da-da”等等,同样,每一次发出的辅音加元音,父母都得重复,并且是面对面地重复,还可以延伸到其他音如“ga-ga”“pa-pa”等,以爆破音为主。而在初中阶段,教会学生拼读元音+辅音,如a-t,at,o-n,on,辅音+元音+辅音c-a-t,cat,双音节或者多音节单词s-w-e-a-t-e-r,sweater等,逐层递进。在语言学上,评价一种语言的发音是否优美,有一个公认的标准,那就是辅音数量和元音数量的比例,比较合适,最好是一比一,比如“さくら”,它的发音是 [s]a[k]ua(我故意把辅音放在方括号中),您看,一个辅音带一个元音,正好是一比一,很规范,这样的语言,发音就好听。

"Ur", it's all just one sound.And this R consonant as a vowel sound occurs any time the R consonant comes after the vowel or diphthong in a syllable.

在英语中元音特别响亮,一个元音音素可构成一个音节,一个元音音素和一个或几个辅音音素结合也可以构成一个音节。以元音为主体构成的发音单位,一般说来元音发音响亮,可以构成音节,辅音发音不响亮,不能单独构成音节([m] [n] [。日语中的46个音节除了五个纯元音音节以外,还有由一个元音和一个辅音组成的音节,只有一个例外字母是代表单个辅音的。

For example in the word "father", "er, er."It's that same sound, even in a syllable where there is a distinct, separate vowel sound before the R consonant.

比如,单词“father”,"er, er."即使在一个音节里,在辅音R前面有一个不同的、单独的元音英语r不发音,它也还是发相同的音。

For example, in the word "part". "Ah, rr, rr. Part, part, part."It may be a little quicker here, but it's that same R consonant as vowel sound.

朝鲜语的辅音不仅可以在音节开头与元音相拼,还可以在元音作为韵尾发音。第二阶段:掌握a, e, i, o, u五个短元音的发音,能够成功拼读元音+辅音(或辅音+元音)。以元音为主体构成的发音单位,一般说来元音发音响亮,可以构成音节,辅音发音不响亮,不能单独构成音节([m] [n] [。

This is why native speakers might pronounce it as a D when it comes after this sound and before a vowel sound.

这就是为什么当T出现在这个音之后,元音之前时,英语母语者可能会把它读成D。

It's that same rule, when it comes between two vowel sounds, even though it would be written in IPA with the R consonant sound.

还是相同的规则,当T出现在两个元音之间时,即使在国际音标中它仍然被写作辅音R。

The R consonant sound in these cases is just like the "ur" as in "her" vowel sound.

在这些例子中的辅音R就像单词“her”中的“ur”元音一样。

Let's look at some examples."Alerted, alerted. I've alerted the staff."

让我们来看一些例子。"Alerted, alerted. I've alerted the staff."

"Article, article. I read that article.""Charter, charter. They'll sign the charter tomorrow."

文章,文章。我读文章。宪章,宪章。他们明天会签署宪章。

"Mortified, mortified. I was mortified.""Sorted, sorted. We sorted it out.""Vertical, vertical. Please draw a vertical line."

受屈辱的,受屈辱的。我受到了屈辱。分类,分类。我们把它分类了。垂直的,垂直的。请画一条竖线。

You may find that you hear this not only within a word, but in a phrase.

你可能会发现,不仅仅是在一个单词里,你还会在一个短语里听到这个。

When a word ends with -rt, and the next word begins with a vowel.

当一个单词以-rt结尾,下一个单词以元音开头时。

Let's look at some examples of that."Part of, part of. It's part of the problem."

让我们来看一些那种情况的例子。"Part of, part of. It's part of the problem."

"Sort of, sort of, it sort of got out of hand.""Expert in, expert in. He's an expert in pronunciation.""Airport on, airport on. I want to get to the airport on time."

有点儿,有点儿。它有点儿失控了。专家,专家。他是发音方面的专家。飞机场,飞机场。我想准时到达飞机场。

As I said, if you're not comfortable with integrating this into your speech, that's ok.

就像我说过的那样,如果你不习惯把这个方法融入到你的说话当中,那也没关系。

But you probably will hear native speakers do it."Part of, part of, part of, part of."

但是你可能会听到英语母语者这样做。"Part of, part of, part of, part of."

When the T gets changed to a D sound, it does smooth out the line somewhat."Part of, part of, part of."

当T被变为D音时,它会在某种程度上使整句话变得更通顺。"Part of, part of, part of."

And linking and smoothing things out is a big part of American English.

连读和通顺是美式英语当中很重要的一部分。

That's it, and thanks so much for using Rachel's English.

这次的学习就到这里,非常感谢使用Rachel's English。



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