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LING-PHONOLOGY 1. Phonology: (1) The study of the sound patterns in language (2) The sound of patterns of a language 2. Phonological Knowledge permits a speaker to: (1) Produce sounds which form meaningful utterances (2) Recognize a foreign accent (3) Make up new words (4) Add the appropriate phonetic segments to form plurals and past tenses (5) Produce aspirated and unaspirated voiceless stops in the appropriate context (6) Know what is or is not a sound in one’s language (7) Know that different phonetic strings may represent the same meaningful unit 3. Knowing a word is knowing its form (the sounds that represent it) and its meaning. One must learn both: knowing the meaning does not tell you its pronunciation, and knowing the sounds of a word does not tell you what it means. 4. Accidental gaps in the vocabulary are possible but nonoccurring words. They are nonsense words that are permissible forms with no meaning/obey all the phonological rules but have no meaning.
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  • Spring '16
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