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Pulmonic Egressive

[edit]. Pulmonic egressive sounds are those in which the air stream is created by the lungs, ribs, and diaphragm.

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Air Stream - Bill Poser
(1) The air pressure for pulmonic sounds is generated by the lungs. If the lungs are ... Implosives.
Airstream Mechanisms - Linguistics at Berkeley
1. pulmonic airstream mechanism egressive - “normal” speech ingressive – Danish for “yes”. 2.
Airstream mechanisms and VOT - University at Buffalo
Oct 6, 2015 cavity. Egressive airflow involves movement of the airflow out of the oral cavity. For a pulmonic airstream mechanism, most speech sounds are ...
Sound initiation and source types in human imitations of sounds
source types intersect with pulmonic, glottalic and velaric sound initiation, both egressive and ingressive, are de- scribed and discussed. Introduction. In speech  ...
Reading 2
Sounds produced by using air from the lungs are called pulmonic sounds; since the air ... world are produced by a pulmonic egressive airstream mechanism.

Suggested News Resources

8 bizarre sounds you've probably made without knowing it
Hmm, well, almost no languages have distinct pulmonic ingressive consonants, actually. But it's theoretically possible. It's very hard to change from breathing out to breathing in in the middle of a word.
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Teenagers aren't the only people who make annoying speech sounds. You do, too. Everyone does.
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It turns out the pulmonic ingressive exists in many cultures, but is most commonly known as an attribute of Scandinavian speakers, especially women. Let's break down the technical term.
A linguistic dissection of 7 annoying teenage sounds
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Someone saying “I can't breathe”, which involves a pulmonic egressive airstream, that is, air flow from the lungs out through the mouth and/or nose, may well be unable to breathe, which involves airflow in the opposite direction.

Suggested Web Resources

Egressive sound - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
[edit]. Pulmonic egressive sounds are those in which the air stream is created by the lungs, ribs, and diaphragm.
Airstream mechanism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
pulmonic egressive, where the air is pushed out of the lungs by the ribs and diaphragm. All human languages employ such sounds (such as vowels), and nearly ...
Linguistics 201: Articulatory Phonetics
Sounds made by manipulating air as it is exhaled from the lungs are called pulmonic egressive sounds. Virtually all sounds in English and other European ...
Air Stream - Bill Poser
(1) The air pressure for pulmonic sounds is generated by the lungs. If the lungs are ... Implosives.
Airstream Mechanism | Taliakum Pongener - Academia.edu
Pulmonic initiation can be summarised as below: Pulmonic Egressive–common mechanism o Air moves out from the lungs passing through the trachea, the ...

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