ⓘ Category:Vowels by backness

                                     

ⓘ Vowels by backness

  • front vowels Near - back vowels are essentially a type of back vowels no language is known to contrast back and near - back vowels based on backness alone
  • essentially a type of front vowel no language is known to contrast front and near - front vowels based on backness alone. Rounded front vowels are typically centralized
  • of a central vowel is that the tongue is positioned halfway between a front vowel and a back vowel In practice, unrounded central vowels tend to be further
  • backness nor is there a language that contrasts front with near - front vowels nor back with near - back ones. Although some English dialects have vowels
  • halfway between a close vowel a high vowel and a mid vowel Its vowel backness is back which means the tongue is positioned back in the mouth without
  • it phonemically contrasts true - mid vowels with close - mid and open - mid vowels without differences in other parameters such as backness or roundedness.
  • that would be classified as a consonant. Its vowel backness is back which means the tongue is positioned back in the mouth without creating a constriction
  • halfway between a close vowel a high vowel and a mid vowel Its vowel backness is back which means the tongue is positioned back in the mouth without
  • quite so constricted as a close vowel high vowel Its vowel backness is back which means the tongue is positioned back in the mouth without creating
  • that would be classified as a consonant. Its vowel backness is back which means the tongue is positioned back in the mouth without creating a constriction