Phonetic Expression and its Role in Phonetic Changes and in The Installation of New Materials


  • Aram Abdulwahid Aziz College of Engineering, University of Sulaimani, Sulaimani, Kurdistan Region, Iraq
  • Hoger Mahmud Faraj Department of Kurdish Language, College of Languages, University of Sulaimani, Kurdistan Region, Iraq



Phonemes, phonetic excitement, word strength, word change, simple words


This paper consists five sections. The first section provides a general preview of language phonemes and some phonological conditions, it also deals with some phonemic cases in Kurdish language. As far as the second section is concerned, the elision and change of these sounds and their roles in phonemic assimilation and formation of new words are stated. The third section clarifies the influences of changing and elision of some sounds and their roles in the formation of simple words out of compound words. Similarly, section four explains the change and elision of sounds and their roles in forming simple words out of complex words. Finally, the role of assimilation of linguistic items in implying intended meaning in both speaking and writing is discussed. Consequently, a list of conclusions, resources, and abstracts in both English and Arabic are provided.