LING304 Notes 2-21

LING304 Notes 2-21 - Phonological Analysis Notes 2/21/2008...

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Phonological Analysis Notes 2/21/2008 Announcements/ Assignments: Web ct assignment for chapter 4 due Tuesday. Read the handout for Tuesday. Notes: All the answers to the worksheet with the Hungarian and Greek are online. Rules: Nasals take place of articulation of following stop. Obstruents become voiced when after a voiced consonants. Both of these rules apply at the same time, even thought they are not directly related. Part B- Alternate pronunciations. 3) b) ɡaʼfɛ SAMPA: (ga'fE) becomes ɡaʼsɛ SAMPA: (ga'sE)
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pino toŋ ɡaʼfe SAMPA: (pino toN ga'fe) Apparently nasals also disappear when before a voiced consonant, but the nasals need to be around to cause one of the other rules to take place before being deleted. [to'ɡzɛvo] SAMPA: (to'gzEvo) The sailor uses masculine "him", which is /tonʼksɛro/ SAMPA(/ton'ksEro/), which means "him I know". It becomes: toŋ ksɛro SAMPA: (toN ksEro), toŋ ɡzɛro SAMPA: (toN gzero), and finally [to ɡzɛro] SAMPA: ([to gzEro]). The sound that caused the change is ɡone, which
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course LING 304 taught by Professor Carolinesmith during the Spring '08 term at New Mexico.

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LING304 Notes 2-21 - Phonological Analysis Notes 2/21/2008...

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