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LING111 Phonology Workshop Solution

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Solutions to the exercises given within ling every week for reference. very helpful to understanding phonology

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Linguistics Phonology Phonetics Allophone Phoneme Complementary distribution Voice Minimal pair Phonological change Spanish phonology
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Linguistics Phonology Phonetics Allophone Phoneme Complementary distribution Voice Minimal pair Phonological change Spanish phonology
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Provide minimal pairs showing how these sounds contrast word meaning. word-initially word-finally /p b/ e.g. pat bat cup cub /b m/ bug mug rub rum /t s/ tip sip but bus /z s/ zap sap lose loose /ʧ ʤ/ chunk junk batch badge /ʧ z/ chew zoo H haze /l d/ lime dime dill did /i ɪ/ eat it /ɪ/ can’t be word-final word-medially: sheep vs ship EXERCISE 2 Draw syllable trees for the following words: a) met b) fright c) scratched d) laughed e) strengths f) juxtapose g) Singapore ________________ ɐː e OR æ ________________ EXERCISE 3 Tongan is an Austronesian language that is spoken by about 100,000 people, primarily in the south Pacific, in places such as Tonga, American Samoa and Fiji. There are also a few speakers in North America, Australia and New Zealand. Consider the Tongan data below and then answer the questions that follow. 1. [...
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