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Unformatted text preview: complementary. contrastive distribution: they are allophomes of different underlying phonemes. minimal pair: you can put all 15 vowels between h and d. Three places you need to find minimal pairs to have contrasted distribution: word initially, medially, and finally. allophone, phoneme, phonetic, phonemic, [ ], / /, labial, round, coronal: (inc. s,z,n) liquid, lateral: l sounds glide: j rhotic: r sounds sibilant: words that have loud something sounds (s,z,sh, and ) continuant: sounds where the air keeps blowing, inc. the fricatives, vowels, liquids and glides. consonant, vowel, nasal: n, m, ng(engma) aspirated: has the little h on it. Like top, put, cot; t h , p h , k h anterior &amp; posterior: anterior- made with front of mouth; posterior- made with back of mouth assimilation, dissimilation, schwa: surface form, underlying form, everything on the Funetics/Funology handout except phonotactic constraints....
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