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Unformatted text preview: Assignment #2 LIN200H5S Summer 2010 Please submit your answers in a (hard-copy) typed document (except for trees and any symbols) anytime BEFORE lecture on Thursday August 5 th . Late submissions will not be accepted. *NOTE: This is an individual exercise; students are responsible for submission of their own work and copying will result in both parties receiving 0 for the assignment. World Languages A. Phonology/Morphology 1. Dutch In Dutch, certain consonants must be voiceless at the end of a syllable. Examine the list of Dutch nouns (provided phonetically) and identify i) the Dutch plural morpheme ii) the distinctive features that characterize the consonants that are voiceless in the syllable-final position iii) a rule for devoicing syllable-final consonants (descriptive) SING PL Defn SING PL Defn lir lir n pulley kart kart n card m p m p n slap r nt r nd n edge sp lt sp ld n pin b l b l n ball...
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