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Unformatted text preview: 4. a. They are allophones of different phonemes because they never occur in the same environment 5. a. [s][ ]: [s] occurs before [u], [o], or [e] and occurs before [i]. [z][d ]: [z] occurs before [u], [w], or [e] and [d ] occurs before [i]. b. [u] and [e] are the underlying phonemes of nonpalatal segments and [i] is the underlying phoneme of palatal counterparts. c. [z] [s]/[u] The feature [z] is changed to [s] after the phoneme [u]. 6. a. Column A is voiceless while Column B is voiced b. Column C is palatal while the others are not. Lauren Powell October 12, 2009 Lin 306 41385 c. They are in overlapping distribution because they are minimal pairs. d. They should be derived from /aj/ because it is the most commonly used. e. life [wjf] lives [lajvz] lie [laj] file [fajl] bike [djk] lice [rjs] f. [j] [aj]/[j]...
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