Unit 10 - Lip Syncing

Lip Syncing - Training Video 1 and Training Video 2

Pronunciation: \ˈfō-ˌnēm\
Function: noun
Etymology: French phonème, from Greek phōnēmat-, phōnēma speech sound, utterance, from phōnein to sound
Date: 1896
: any of the abstract units of the phonetic system of a language that correspond to a set of similar speech sounds (as the velar \k\ of cool and the palatal \k\ of keel) which are perceived to be a single distinctive sound in the language

phoneme. (2010). In Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary.
Retrieved March 23, 2010, from http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/phoneme



Create a talking head that uses a mouth symbol that has at least 5 nested mouth positions. The sentence must be at least 5 words long.