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10-5 HW - Jonathan Mahaffie LING 450 10 5 08 P 49 D E 31...

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Jonathan Mahaffie LING 450 10 / 5 / 08 P. 49 D & E 31. B: /ˈlængwʌʤɪz/ A: /ˈlængwɪʤɪz/ 32. B:/ɪmˈpɑsəbɪlɪti/ A: /ɪmpɑsɪˈbɪlɪɾi/ 33. B: /ˈbɔjstɜrəs/ A: /ˈbɔjstɜrrɪs/ 34. B:/ˈyʌnkstə/ A: /ˈyʌngstɜr/ 35. B: /əˈnʌðə/ A: /əˈnʌðɜr/ 36. B:/daɪəˈbɑlɪkl/A: /daɪəˈbɑlɪkl/ 37. B:/ˈnɪəli oʊˈvʌ/ A: /nɪrli ˈoʊvɜr/ 38. B:/ˈrɛd ˈraɪdɪŋ hʊd/ A: /ˈrɛd ˈraɪdɪŋ hʊd/ 39. B:/ˈɪnɪkskjuzəbl/ A: /ɪnɪkˈskjuzəbl/ 40. B:/ʧɑkˈlɪt pʊdɪŋ/ A: /ʧɑklɪt ˈpʊdɪŋ/ (I wasn’t sure if “stress marks” in the book meant syllabic markers, as in stress on what syllable, or stress markings over each vowel indicating rise and fall) E. b Approximants [r] and [l] become devoiced when following a voiceless
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