cross lingustic vowel/consonant project

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hi i need a paper where you have to compare English and Armenian languages. I am sending you the outline the profesor gave me.Do you think you can do it?

cross lingustic vowel/consonant project
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NicholasI
School: University of Virginia

hello, kindly find attached.

Running Head: CROSS LINGUISTIC VOWEL/CONSONANT PROJECT

Cross Linguistic Vowel
Name
Institution of affiliation
Date

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CROSS LINGUISTIC VOWEL/CONSONANT PROJECT

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Introduction
The two languages being compared are the Standard American English (SAE) and
Armenian. SAE typically refers to a variety of English Language that is usually taught in
American schools and used in Professional communications (Wolfram & Schilling, 2015).
Besides, it is spoken most parts of United States. The English Alphabet is a Latin alphabet that
consists of 26 letters. SAE which is also known as American Standard English, General
American English or Edited American English includes both the written and spoken English.
SAE, when used in describing accents, means American English that is spoken with no presence
of any clear regional dialect markers. On the other hand, the Armenian language falls under the
Satem group of the Indo-European type of languages. The Armenian Language is widely spoken
by a large number of Armenian communities in all parts of the world (Baronian, 2017). In the
United States, there is a significant number of persons who speak Armenian especially in
California and other states like Massachusetts, New York, and New Jersey. The language has its
own alphabet known as the Armenian alphabet that originally had 36 letters and two more were
added later on partially based on Greek letters.
SAE and Armenian Languages Vowel, Diphthong, and Consonant Phonemic inventories

Figure 1: English Vowel Quadrilateral

CROSS LINGUISTIC VOWEL/CONSONANT PROJECT

Figure 2: English Consonant Chart

Figure 3: English Diphthongs and Diphthongs

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CROSS LINGUISTIC VOWEL/CONSONANT PROJECT
Classification of Armenian Vowels


The pronunciation of Armenia significantly diverged from Proto-Indo-European and is
influenced by the Georgian among other Caucasian languages (Spears & Di Paolo, 2014)



There are six vowels in Armenian i, u, ɛ, ə, a, o



ɛ and i have their pronuncia...

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