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RECEIVED PRONUNCIATION COCKNEY ENGLISH IN BRITISH ENGLISH Thuyết trình môn Đa dạng tiếng anh

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RECEIVED PRONUNCIATION COCKNEY ENGLISH IN BRITISH ENGLISH Phạm Hoàng Minh Trung 187NA00794 Võ Nguyễn Minh Thư 187NA00699 Phan Trần Hồng Thy 187NA00709 Vũ Khánh Linh 187NA00307 Received Pronunciation. RECEIVED PRONUNCIATION & COCKNEY ENGLISH IN BRITISH ENGLISH Phạm Hoàng Minh Trung 187NA00794 Võ Nguyễn Minh Thư - 187NA00699 Phan Trần Hồng Thy - 187NA00709 Vũ Khánh Linh - 187NA00307 Received Pronunciation 01 INRODUCTION RECEIVED PRONUNCIATION 02 TYPES OF RECEIVED PRONUNCIATION 03 DIFFERENCES BETWEEN RP AND GA 01 INTRODUCTION RECEIVED PRONUNCIATION INRODUCTION RECEIVED PRONUNCIATION Variously referred to as the ‘Queen’s English’, ‘BBC English’ or ‘Oxford English’ Received Pronunciation, or RP for short, is the accent usually described as typically British INRODUCTION RECEIVED PRONUNCIATION The phrase Received Pronunciation was coined in 1869 by the linguist, A J Ellis, but it only became a widely used term to describe the accent of the social elite after the phonetician, Daniel Jones, adopted it for the second edition of the English Pronouncing Dictionary (1924) Alexander John Ellis Daniel Jones We can trace the origins of RP back to the public schools and universities of 19th-century Britain – indeed Daniel Jones initially used the term Public School Pronunciation to describe this emerging, socially exclusive accent 02 TYPES OF RECEIVED PRONUNCIATION TYPES OF RECEIVED PRONUNCIATION Conservative RP Mainstream RP refers to a very traditional variety particularly associated with older speakers and the aristocracy describes an accent that we might consider extremely neutral in terms of signals regarding age, occupation, or lifestyle of the speaker Contemporary RP refers to speakers using features typical of younger RP speakers 03 DIFFERENCES BETWEEN RP AND GA DIFFERENCES BETWEEN RP AND GA Intrusive /r/ The intrusive R pronunciation happens between two words, where the first word ends in a vowel sound and the second word begins in a vowel sound •I saw a film today → I saw[r]a film today •Law and order → Law[r]and order Non-rhotic Non-rhotic : of, relating to, having, or being an accent or dialect in English in which an /r/ sound is not retained before consonants (as in pronouncing hard and cart) and at the end of a word (as in pronouncing car and far) DIFFERENCES BETWEEN RP AND GA Yod-dropping The loss or elision of the semivowel/j/ in the pronunciation of certain combinations of sounds in English, typically when following other consonants within the same syllable DIFFERENCES BETWEEN RP AND GA Vowels COCKNEY ENGLISH IN BRITISH ENGLISH 01 02 03 INRODUCTION COCKNEY ENGLISH CHARACTERISTICS OF COCKNEY ACCENT 12 COCKNEY RHYMING SLANG 01 INRODUCTION COCKNEY ENGLISH INRODUCTION COCKNEY ENGLISH Cockney, dialect of the English language traditionally spoken by working-class Londoners Cockney is also often used to refer to anyone from London—in particular, from its East End 02 CHARACTERISTICS OF COCKNEY ACCENT CHARACTERISTICS OF COCKNEY ACCENT ‘th’ Cockney would replace voiceless ‘th’ /θ/ in words like ‘think’, ‘theatre’, ‘author’, with /f/, so they would be pronounced /fɪŋk/, /fɪəʔə/, /ɔ:fə/: Similarly, voiced ‘th’ in ‘the’, ‘this’, and ‘Northern’, would be pronounced /v/, so /və/, /vɪs/ and /nɔ:vən/ /æ/ replaced with /e/ Any word producing the front open /æ/ vowel would be pronounced with mid-open /e/ instead: Glottal Stops /ʔ/ Cockney speakers will use glottal stops to replace /t/ before consonants and weak vowels It is also common for a glottal stop to replace a /k/ before a consonant: ‘h’ dropping In cockney, you don’t pronounce /h/ at all So ‘horrible’ is /ɒrɪbəw/, ‘hospital’ is /ɒspɪʔəw/, ‘who’ is /uː/ and ‘help’ is /ewp/ 03 COCKNEY RHYMING SLANG COCKNEY RHYMING SLANG A highly distinctive feature of cockney, is its use of rhyming words to communicate meanings Some examples are below We had a bull and cow last night (row) Would you Adam and Eve it? (believe) He’s on the dog and bone (phone) CREDITS Phan Trần Hồng Thy Võ Nguyễn Minh Thư Phạm Hoàng Minh Trung Vũ Khánh Linh THANKS FOR LISTENING! ... COCKNEY ENGLISH IN BRITISH ENGLISH 01 02 03 INRODUCTION COCKNEY ENGLISH CHARACTERISTICS OF COCKNEY ACCENT 12 COCKNEY RHYMING SLANG 01 INRODUCTION COCKNEY ENGLISH INRODUCTION COCKNEY ENGLISH Cockney, .. .Received Pronunciation 01 INRODUCTION RECEIVED PRONUNCIATION 02 TYPES OF RECEIVED PRONUNCIATION 03 DIFFERENCES BETWEEN RP AND GA 01 INTRODUCTION RECEIVED PRONUNCIATION INRODUCTION RECEIVED PRONUNCIATION. .. relating to, having, or being an accent or dialect in English in which an /r/ sound is not retained before consonants (as in pronouncing hard and cart) and at the end of a word (as in pronouncing
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