What is vowel
Vowel refers to the Chinese phonetic terms, Chinese phonetic consonants, other than the tone of the part. Old is called rhyme. The vowels consist of rhyme (vowel), rhyme abdomen (main vowel) and rhyme. The vowels can be divided into single vowels, complex vowels and nasal vowels according to vowel structure. Chinese phonetic initials, tone other than the part. Old is called rhyme. Vowels can be divided into rhyme head (voice), Yun belly (the main vowel), ending three parts. Such as “Mother” niáng vowel is iang, where i is rhyme, a rhyme abdomen, ng is the end of the rhyme. Each vowel must have rhyme, rhyme and rhyme tail is optional. Such as “big” dà vowel is a, a is rhyme abdomen, no rhyme, rhyme; “melon” guā vowels are ua, where u is the rhyme, a is rhyme abdomen, there is no ending; Is ao, where a is the rhyme, o is the end of the rhyme, there is no rhyme.
What are vowels
Vowel = vowel (vowel) + vowel (vowel, vowel in the most critical part) + end of the vowel (vowel consonant, which consonant refers to the nasal vowel) vowels in a syllable can usually be divided into rhyme Head, Yun belly and ending three parts. As official 〔guan〕 in this syllable, 〔g〕 is the initial consonant, 〔uan〕 is the final consonant. Vowels 〔uan〕, a rhyme abdomen, 〔u〕 is rhyme, 〔〕 n is the end of the rhyme.
Single vowel is played by the unitary vowel, Mandarin 10 single vowels can be divided into three types of vowel tongue, vowel vowel tongue and scroll tongue vowel. The vowel of the tongue is the vowel that plays a major role in the tongue. There are seven a, o, e, e, i, u, ǖ. The vowel of the tongue is the vowel that plays a major role in the tongue. ), – i (after) two; er is the vowel vowel.
First, before and after the tongue
Tongue refers to the location of the bulge of the tongue when speaking. Vowel sound when the tongue extends, the tongue in front, then the vowel is called vowel. Mandarin vowel has two front vowels vowel, that is i, u. Vowel hair, tongue retraction, tongue position in the back, then pronounced the vowel called vowel. Mandarin vowel in the tongue has three vowels, is o, e, u. When vowels are pronounced, the tongue is not in the middle, the tongue is centered, and the vowel is pronounced as central vowel. In Mandarin there is a tongue vowel, which is ɑ.
Second, the level of the tongue
Elevation of the tongue, and the distance from the hard palate to reach the minimum, the vowel is called high vowel. When the tongue is lowered and the distance to the hard palate reaches its maximum, the vowel is called a low vowel. This distance from the high vowel to the low vowel can be divided into four equal parts with three points in between. When the tongue is at these three points, the vowels uttered from top to bottom are called half-high vowels, middle vowels and semi-low vowels, respectively. There are 3 tongue vowels in Mandarin, that is, i, u, u, two half-height vowels, o, e, and one low vowel.
Third, the lip-shaped round exhibition
Lips closed round, issued a vowel called the round vowel; lips expand, issued vowels called the round vowels. Mandarin vowel in the tongue has three round vowels, is o, u,ǖ, there are four round lips vowels, that is, e, i, e.
Single vowel pronunciation is characterized by the process of pronunciation tongue position, lip shape and opening degree remains unchanged. If there is a change, it is not a pure rhyme, therefore, to maintain a fixed articulation when speaking.