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Unformatted text preview: Question: Children's over-regularization production errors: Student answered: a) are evidence that speech is learned imitatively. Correct answer: b) seem to be caused by an understanding of rules. Question: What is the LEAST accurate statement about linguistic universals? Student answered: a) Many of them concern features of language that tend to occur together. Correct answer: b) They provide an argument against the necessity of an innate language device. Question: Identify the voiced labiodental phoneme: Student answered: a) [b] Correct answer: c) [v] Question: Patient A: "I. . . w-.w-.w-... went. . . um. . th." Patient B: "Then, the zoo did very wildly to him, and before all he then did again to her. It did too him and her and them and all from here." Patient A suffers from damage to _____________ resulting in a _________ aphasia. Patient B suffers from damage to ______________ resulting in a _________ aphasia. Student answered: a) Broca's area, fluent; Wernicke's area, nonfluent Correct answer: c) Broca's area, nonfluent; Wernicke's area, fluent Question: _______ rules allow us to generate a sentence's d-structure; __________ rules allow us to create a s- surface structure. Student answered: a) phrase structure; movement Correct answer: a) phrase structure; movement Question: The only difference between the [p] and the [t] phonemes is: Student answered: a) place of articulation. Correct answer: a) place of articulation. Question: What would be an example of a speech error that most directly shows the effect of an incorrect morpheme choice? Student answered: a) I well wish you on your journey. Correct answer: b) I have classifying many different species on plants. Question: Which of the following is NOT true of speech segmentation? Student answered: a) It is made easier by the fact that more than half of the speech we hear consists of the 50 most common words in English. Correct answer: d) It is made easier by the process of coarticulation, where each phoneme overlaps with the ones before and after it. Question: Which of the following is an example of a prescriptive rule of grammar? Student answered: a) Never end a sentence in a preposition. Correct answer: a) Never end a sentence in a preposition. Question: Which of the following is an example of a garden-path sentence? Student answered: a) The raft floated down the river sank. Correct answer: a) The raft floated down the river sank. Question: Categorical perception can explain: Student answered: a) why we more easily detect differences between two phonemic categories than variations...
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