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LING304 Notes 2-19

LING304 Notes 2-19 - Answers 1 Nasal voiced oral stops 2...

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Phonological Analysis Notes 2/19/2008 Announcements/ Assignments: Due to schedule changes the webct assignment about chapter 4 is now due next Tuesday instead of Thursday this week. You will be given other materials to study in addition to reading ch 4 carefully. Notes: Sonorant consonants: To do the analogies on the back, you need to be thinking about the obstruents from chapter 1. This exercise is to help you see patterns, as sounds with similar patterns may have parallel changes. You are not required to memorize these symbols, but it will be easier if you do memorize something about the symbols because you will be able to group them mentally and work quickly.
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Unformatted text preview: Answers: 1. ɡ Nasal voiced oral stops 2. G SAMPA: G\ 3. l 4. ɤ SAMPA: G 5. N SAMPA: N\ 6. v 7. s 8. ʃ SAMPA: S to ʒ SAMPA: Z, ɬ SAMPA: K to ɮ SAMPA: K\, etc. Greek problem: All conclusions based on just this set of data. Noun suffixes s-masculine nominative, possibly singular Verb suffixes o- 1st person singular ume- 1st person plural active, present-tense Processes: 1. Nasals happened to the nasals in the place of articulation to the following stop 2. Voiceless consonants become voiced These two rules refer to two different properties, yet somehow end up happening at the same time....
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