Study on Stop Pronunciation Airflow of Children's Mandarin Chinese Based on Glottal MS-110
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Jing Wang, Yonghong Li
In this paper, we study the airflow data of the seven-year-old children's snoring sounds, and find that the pronunciation length, average airflow velocity, airflow, and peak airflow velocity of the children's air-sounding sounds are greater than the non-aspirating airflow, and the data decreases as the pronunciation part moves backward. It is related to the influence of the pronunciation part; the airflow peak of the same part of the stop sound followed by the round lip vowel is greater than the rear extension lip vowel.
Child, stop, airflow, Mandarin Chinese