phonetics - Group 4: seven, eight Group 5: three, eleven...

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Q1.) If you had to group these sounds into only two categories, which sounds are in (1) Group 1; (2) Group 2? Group 1: two, seven, nine Group 2: one, three, four, five, six, eight, ten, eleven Q2.) If you had to group these sounds into four categories, which sounds are in (1) Group 1; (2) Group 2; (3) Group 3; (4) Group 4? Group 1: one, two Group 2: seven, eight Group 3: nine, ten, eleven Group 4: three, four, five, six Q3.) If you had to group these sounds into three categories, which sounds are in (1) Group 1; (2) Group 2; (3) Group 3? Group 1: one, five, six, eight, ten, eleven Group 2: two, seven, nine Group 3: three, four, Q4.) If you had to group these sounds into five categories, which sounds are in (1) Group 1; (2) Group 2; (3) Group 3; (4) Group 4; (5) Group 5? Group 1: one Group 2: four, ten Group 3: six
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Unformatted text preview: Group 4: seven, eight Group 5: three, eleven Q5.) Which of these vowel sounds are "top" and which are "bottom"? Q6.) Which of these vowel sounds are "outside" and which are "inside"? Q7.) Which of these vowel sounds are "tight" and which are "loose"? Q8.) For any of the previous questions, were there specific vowel sounds which you thought should fit in more than one category? Please list the question, the sounds that you thought fit in more than one category, and which categories the sounds fit into. Q9.) For each vowel sound, please list a single syllable word that contains that sound. Q10.) What is your age, sex, native language, other languages you're fluent in? Q11.) Have you had any previous exposure to linguistics or vowel-charts? Q12.) How long did this survey take you?...
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This note was uploaded on 06/25/2008 for the course LIN 306 taught by Professor Shields during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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