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  • what are phonotactics

    what are phonotactics

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    Phonotactics are (in phonology) the arrangements of distinctive sound units (phonemes) in a language

    For example
    In Engish, the consonants groups (consonant clusters) /spr/ and /str/ can occur at the beginning of a word , as in sprout, strain, but they can not occur at the end of a word. A de******ion of the phonotactics of English clusters would include this information

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      Thanks a lot for your interaction
      I will add further information to get perfect understanding of phonotactics

      Phonotactics (in Greek phone = voice and tactic = course) is a branch of phonology that deals with restrictions in a language on the permissible combinations of phonemes. Phonotactics defines permissible syllable structure, consonant clusters, and vowel sequences by means of phonotactical constraints

      Phonotactic constraints are language specific. For example, in Japanese, consonant clusters like /st/ are not allowed, although they are in English. Similarly, the sounds /kn/ and /ɡn/ are not permitted at the beginning of a word in Modern English but are in German and Dutch, and were permitted in Old and Middle English

      Syllables have the following internal segmental structure

      Onset ......optional
      Rime .......obligatory, comprises Nucleus and Coda
      Nucleus.....obligatory
      Coda .....optional
      Both onset and coda may be empty, forming a vowel-only syllable, or alternatively, the nucleus can be occupied by a syllabic consonant

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        indeed useful info

        thanks and regards to both of you

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