Test 4- (Final) Study Guide

Test 4- (Final) Study Guide - Final exam review Write the 3...

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Final exam review Write the 3 part articulatory description represented by the following symbols [d] [p] [h] [s] [m] Write the 4 part articulatory description represented by the following symbols. [e] [I] [o] [æ] [ε] [u] Give the conventional spelling for the following phonetically transcribed words [byu ɾ i] [krawd] [wεnzde] [kloð] [ k rt ɔ ] [ lar ʤ ] [ st rz ɔ ] Write the symbol that represents the following sounds high front tense unrounded vowel voiced palatal fricative voiced interdental fricative mid back lax rounded vowel voiceless glottal fricative Give the place of articulation for the following sounds [d] [z] [f] [b] [n] [g]
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Identify each of the morphemes in the following words, decide whether it is inflectional or derivational, then draw a morphological tree for each word. Be sure to identify all parts of speech. international misunderstand infertility manliness dishonestly represented restatement conversational pronunciation What is the lexical category of each of the words in these sentences? The experienced chefs complained about the excessively sweet sauce on the duck. The guests ate too much at the reception.
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course COMD 2050 taught by Professor Collins during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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