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DESCRIPTIONJapanese Accent. 93121301 Carol 陳佳渝 93121304 Yoyo 林芷帆 93121306 Jessica 黃芊芊 93121308 Sindy 林欣慧 93121334 Cindy 謝依君 93121358 Scarly 李紅穎. Why Japanese have their particular strong accent? (Cindy) - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
Japanese Accent93121301 Carol 93121304 Yoyo 93121306 Jessica 93121308 Sindy 93121334 Cindy 93121358 Scarly
Why Japanese have their particular strong accent? (Cindy)Consonant-vowel formation, and comparison in English and Japanese phonetic symbols. (Carol)Japanese pronunciation: voiced sounds; r and l features in Japanese. (Yoyo) Stress, sokuon, and choon in Japanese pronunciation. (Jessica)Interview (Sindy& Scarly)
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Comparison in Japanese and English PhoneticSymbolsThe formation of consonant-vowel in Japanese.Theres no voiceless sound in Japanese. and; and (); and .Theres no diphthongs and schwa in Japanese./r/ and /l/ sound are identical in Japanese.
There are some consonants in English that Japanese doesnt contain: / v/, //, and //./ v/ becomes (ba)(bi)(bu)(be)(bo)// becomes (ra) (re) (ro)// becomes (sa)(shi)(su)(se)(so)
Japanese PronunciationTend to insert vowels particularly at the end of a words ending in a consonantJapanese has no closed syllables(C)V or CVCVe.g. get becomes gettosound, cake, hot dog, booketc.
Trouble with r and l soundi.e. rule becomes ruuru i.e. radio becomes razio Lack of the /v/ sound It now has two accepted pronunciations, /b/ and /wh/i.e. video becomes bideo or whideo
Might use /fu/ and /hu/ interchangeablyboth are the same sound in JapaneseFor instance, "who" might be pronounced as "foo
ti and di often become chi and ji, respectively Like chickentube, steam, tip, student, ticket, teamtu and du often become tsu and ju, respectivelyLike sportsmani.e. suitcase, tuna, tool, tour, tourist, tree
Glottal stop--------Japanese sokuonTheres glottal stop in Japanese, but not in English.Japanese use glottal stop when they translate foreign language in to katakana.Glottal stop usually appear when theres a short vowel.
Long Vowel----------Japanese choonAll the Japanese characters have the some vowel length.
In order to make the long vowel sound in the katakana, Japanese use two vowels to make it sound longer.
Examplecoffee (ko o hi i)cola (ko o ra)table (te e bu ru)cake (ke e ki)party (pa a di i)guitar (gi ta a)
StressWhen English translated into Japanese as a borrowing words, they sometimes have different stress