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Similarities between Phonetics and Phonology?

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The two fields, phonetics and phonology, do have similarities as they both pertain to language. Phonetics concerns the actual mechanics of speech and the tools used to express sounds. The tools involved are the lips, tongue, teeth and pharynx. Phonology is the study of the speech sounds that are made from these mechanical parts. Phonology is also affected by the language used by the speaker.
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Phonetics refers to audible sounds. It involves what actually happens in the mouth, throat, nasal and sinus cavities, and lungs in order to produce sounds. Phonology ...
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