1001 Easy French Phrases by Heather McCoy

By Heather McCoy

This updated, hugely utilitarian word publication contains glossy idioms: terminology on the topic of pcs, cellphones, slang, and different elements of 21st-century lifestyles. extra than 1,000 easy words for speedy, potent communique comprise expressions for eating, transportation, buying, and different universal occasions. A phonetic pronunciation consultant accompanies every one phrase.  

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Tipos silábicos 36. ° Núcleo puro (fórmula V): a(la), o(sa), i(ra), e(sa), u(no). 2° Núcleo precedido de margen (CV): ca(sa), tro(no), cla(se). ° Núcleo más margen posnuclear (VC): al(ma), un(to), es(to), is(la), hor(ca). 4° Margen prenuclear, núcleo y margen posnuclear (CVC): pes(te), plan(ta), dril, mar. Se observa que el margen posnuclear admite menos posibilidades fo­ nemáticas, consecuencia del predominio de las sílabas abiertas (o termi­ nadas por vocal), de la distribución defectiva de algunos fonemas (por ejemplo, nunca aparece /ĉ/ y apenas /j/ y /f/) y de la indiferenciación de fonemas opuestos en otras posiciones.

Se ha visto que el núcleo de la sílaba consiste en un fonema vocálico. ta, ambos fonemas vocálicos forman parte de la misma sílaba (y se realizan fonéticamente como la combinación de un sonido vocálico con otro más cerrado que llamamos semivocal [i, u], o bien articulando una semiconsonante [j, w] seguida de un sonido vocálico). A esas combinaciones las llamamos diptongos. a, cada vocal es núcleo de sílaba diferente y decimos que esas vocales están en hiato. o, cada vocal es núcleo de sílaba distinta y están de nuevo en hiato.

Acento en penúltima sílaba: llano, grave o paroxítono ... ° Acento en antepenúltima sílaba: esdrújulo o proparoxítono ... ° dominó, jabalí, corcel, distracción, anís. 2° domino, crisis, cárcel, protesta, imposible. ° química, cefalópodo, lúgubre, pantagruélico. por44. fuerza Lasagudas palabras u oxítonas: que constan fiel, cal, de una fin, ros, solafe,sílaba, mar, sed, o monosílabas, gris, tren, luz, son 46 FONOLOGÍA rey. Las palabras inacentuadas, que contienen una o varias sílabas átonas, carecen de autonomía y se aglutinan obligatoriamente con otra palabra contigua que tenga sílaba tónica, constituyendo juntas una sola unidad fónica (el llamado grupo fónico).

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