In most dialects of English, when the vowel /e/ is pronounced, the tongue starts out in a mid-front tense position but ends up in a high front tense position. What is the name of this special kind of vowel (i.e., a vowel that starts in one place and ends

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In most dialects of English, when the vowel /e/ is pronounced, the tongue starts out in a mid-front tense position but ends up in a high front tense position. What is the name of this special kind of vowel (i.e., a vowel that starts in one place and ends up in another)? b. What sequence of symbols would you use if you wanted to do a more accurate phonetic transcription of this vowel?

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