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Unformatted text preview: 1 L INGUISTICS 1, W EB Q UIZ #4 1. SPEECH AS A SOUND WAVE 2. DUALITY OF PATTERNING 3. "SAME" SOUNDS 4. ARTICULATION OF SOUNDS I 5. ARTICULATION OF SOUNDS II 6. ARTICULATORY DESCRIPTION 7. READING THE PHONETIC ALPHABET 8. PHONETIC TRANSCRIPTION 9. PHONETIC TRANSCRIPTION VS. ORTHOGRAPHY 10. TYPES OF WRITING SYSTEMS: MAYAN 1. SPEECH AS A SOUND WAVE Answers a-e are wave forms of the following five sentences: Why are you yelling? Why are you yakking? Why are you talking? What are you yakking? What are you talking? Which one is the wave form for the sentence, "WHY ARE YOU TALKING?" a. b. c. Linguistics 1, Quiz 4 2 d. e. 2. DUALITY OF PATTERNING Select the one item in a-e that illustrates of DUALITY OF PATTERNING. a. = "stop" = "go" b. = "curves in the road" c. Combining the root CURVE with the morpheme S to make the plural CURVES . d. Saying BOO ! to scare someone. e. Clicking the tongue twice (usually written TSK-TSK ) to mean, "That's too bad!" 3. "SAME" SOUNDS In the left hand column below, are two pairs of words, where the members of each pair represent the same sounds in reverse order. In the right hand column are the words manipulated electronically to play backward. Contrary to expectation, the "backward" version does not sound like the other member of the pair. The words in blue are links to sounds. I HOPE they play! Base word Base word played backward leaf leaf backward (should sound like feel ) feel feel backward (should sound like leaf ) nap nap backward (should sound like pan ) pan pan backward (should sound like nap ) Why does the backward version not sound like the word that it "should" sound like? Linguistics 1, Quiz 4...
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- Winter '08
- International Phonetic Alphabet, phonetic transcription, PHONETIC TRANSCRIPTION VS