Write CONCLUSIONS about Spoken English

Three different statistics were obtained from
a wide sample of spoken English' the frequency
distribution of (1) phonemes, (2) phoneme diagrams,
and (3) minimal pairs. The results were evaluated from
the point of view of the articulation of the speech
sounds, mostly of the consonants. The articulatory
parameters used were the conventional distinctions of
place and manner of articulation.
The frequency-of-occurrence counts showed that the
most frequent consonants all have an alveolar place
of articulation and are distinguished by their manner of
articulation only. The digram-frequency results show
that the most frequent consonant clusters consist of
sound pairs with the same alveolar place of articulation, but with different manners of articulation