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Unformatted text preview: Homework #2 Linguistics KEY Part One From the textbook, do the following exercises from Chapter 7: 1, 3, & 6 . Bear in mind that the Korean words in exercises 3, like those in Part Two below, are written using the phonetic alphabet we have been studying. 1. Numerous possibilities, such as: /k/–/g/: kill/gill locker/logger shack/shag /m/–/n/: moat/note Emmy/any foam/phone /l/–/r/: lice/rice mellow/marrow fall/far /b/–/v/: berry/very dribble/drivel dub/dove (= the bird dove ) /b/–/m/: bug/mug doubly/dumbly dub/dumb /p/–/f/: plop/flop copper/coffer cop/cough /s/–/ß/: suck/shuck fasten/fashion lease/leash /tß/–/d Ω /: cheap/jeep lecher/ledger etch/edge /s/–/z/: sit/zit looser/loser fuss/fuzz Note: Some speakers have [A] rather than [´] as the first vowel of marrow ; thus mellow and marrow would not be a minimal pair for them. There may be a few other vowels in these examples that would be pronounced differently (usually in Eastern or Southern dialects)....
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- Spring '10
- Phoneme, International Phonetic Alphabet, a. b. c., b. c. d., voiceless consonant, complementary distribution