Practice test 1 - Practice test 1 1. Match the following...

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Practice test 1 1. Match the following linguistic disciplines with their definitions: a. phonology knowledge how words combine to form phrases and sentences b. morphology knowledge of meanings in languages c. phonotactics language-specific knowledge about the distribution of speech sounds d. syntax knowledge of word formation e. semantics the set of rules which determines what kind of sequences of sounds are possible in language 2. Which of the following is NOT a criterion for deciding whether something is language or dialect: a. Mutual intelligibility b. Socio-political identification c. Speaker identification d. Phonotactic identification e. None of the above 3. Due to the fact that each speaker speaks differently speech processing has to deal with one of the following problems: a. The rule-based problem b. The Universal grammar problem c. The lack of invariance problem d. The Various speaker problem e. The Various dialect problem 4. It is easy to solve any problems with speech synthesis because there is the IPA:
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This note was uploaded on 05/07/2008 for the course INDV 101 taught by Professor Walker during the Spring '07 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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Practice test 1 - Practice test 1 1. Match the following...

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