Ling 304 chapter 1 key and practice

Ling 304 chapter 1 key and practice - way of spelling 7 The...

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Tara Sena Ling 304 Chapter 1: Key questions 6 and 7 and the further practice 6. The difference between a phonetic symbol and a letter is that a letter by itself only represents the way something is spelled. A phonetic symbol is a letter in the square brackets which represents the sound. We don’t talk about letters when talking about phonetics or phonology because letters do not represent the sounds rather they represent a
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Unformatted text preview: way of spelling. 7. The difference between active and passive articulators is: active articulators are actively involved in producing the different sounds while passive articulators are not involved in producing sounds. 1. [f] laugh, fat, off, phonology, life 2. [k] kite, cot, cake, rock, ache 3. [s] sip, kiss, ace, mats, mates 4. [S] sure, ship, passion, nation, ratio 5. [tS] chase, Kotschwar...
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