Phonological patterns in standard colloquial Bangla and Netrokona Dialect
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Bangla language has a number of dialects which vary in great degree in their phonology. Netrokona district is situated in the north east area of Bangladesh. This cross sectional study was done to describe and analyze the phonological components of Standard Colloquial Bangla and Netrokona Dialect. ND(Netrocona Dialect) is contrastive in nature. This study is synchronic as both SCB and ND are spoken at the present time and both the forms are shown at a level which corresponds. The phonological sections are broadly divided into general sub-sections. The inventory of consonant phonemes has been classified in this thesis. Vocalic and consonantal features of SCB and ND have been explained such as diphthongssemi vowels, nasalization, aspiration, voicing, assimilation, glottalization, gottal stop, consonant clusters, germination, spirantization.