HW3 - Name Section TA Linguistics 1 H OMEWORK 3 1 The data...

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. Name Section & TA Linguistics 1 H OMEWORK 3 1. The data below represent a sound change made in some New York accents. court /k t/ [k O t] marry /mæ i/ [mæ i] stores /st z/ [st z] Paris /pæ I s/ [pæ I s] large /l d / [l d ] for all /f l/ [f l] cared /k E d/ [k E d] story /st i/ [st i] Write a rule to describe the derivation of the phonetic forms from the phonemic ones. (To do so, de- termine what sound or natural class of sounds is being altered, what it is being changed to, and what the environment is. That is, your rules should be of the form /X/ [Y] / [C] [D].) (4 points) What type of phonological process is this? (2 points) 2. Complete exercise (28) on p.140-1 of Language Files . Are [m] and [m ˚ ] allophones of the same phoneme or different phonemes? (2 points) If they are allophones of the same phoneme, write the rule that governs their distribution. If they are allophones of different phonemes, give evidence for why you think this. (4 points) What about [n] and [n ˚ ]? (2 points) If they are allophones of the same phoneme, write the rule that governs their distribution. If they are
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