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Unformatted text preview: Ling 20. Fall 2007. Prof. M. Kracht Midterm I. (Solution) Y N : Marcus Kracht Y UID: Y TA: No material is admitted except paper and pencil. Remember to write legibly. There is a maximum of 50 Points. The midterm is worth 10 % of the overall score, less than a single assignment. So do not panic! Important Note. The following exam uses only the sounds of English and their correspond- ing IPA symbols. The consonants are classified into a place–feature, a manner–feature and a voice–feature. Total number of points: 50 Your Score: Question 1. (4 Points) Write in phonetic symbols: voiced bilabial stop: [b], voice- less alveolar fricative: [s], alveolar nasal: [n], lower high rounded vowel: [ U ]. Question 2. (3 Points) Which articulators are involved in a dental ? The teeth and the tongue. Popular mistake: to just give me the dentals and not name the articulators. If you named the articulators, you were safe. Question 3. (3 Points) Complete the following AVSs. ŋ = : velar : nasal : + ð = : dental : fricative : + Question 4. (4 Points) Write down the (English!) phonemes corresponding to this AVS. [ : fricative ] 1 Ling 20. Fall 2007. Prof. M. Kracht Midterm I. (Solution) / f / , / v / , / T / , / ð / , / S / , / Z / , / s / , / z / , / h / ....
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2008 for the course LING 20 taught by Professor Schutze during the Fall '08 term at UCLA.
- Fall '08