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PHONETIC AND PHONOLOGY I Herrera, Mercedes Santucci, Héctor Navarro, Héctor Rodriguez, Mariano
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P m ‘ ² µ b ± e n ¯ s [email protected] : pa @r ¶ · g ¯ ´ i : pi plz x • F ¯ “ * ± ±±±±±±±±´ e n : p3 sN ¶ · g ¯ ´ i 7 U ¸ ¹ n T ¶ ¼ _ E · kK » “ 7 U ¸ ¹ @ r @Uld µ ±±±±±±±7 ¶ @ ±±±±±@ · @ ± E dZ w ¾r¿Ndz : sta t½d ¶ · g ¯ ´ i ¶ · g ¯ ´ i &&
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Progressive assimilation of voice: past morpheme The past morpheme of the verb start ed is / because is a voiceless.
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Progressive assimilation of voice: plural morpheme The plural morpheme of the noun friend s is realized as a voiced sound /z/ because the previous sound /d/ is a voiced too
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Progressive assimilation of voice: possessive morpheme The possessive morpheme of the noun people’ s bodies is realized as a voiced sound /z/ because the previous sound /e/ is a voiced too
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Elision P P ± the sChwa P P P Can be elided beCause it is preCeded and followed by Consonant sounds /s, n/ in a weak unstressed syllable: 8 /
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This note was uploaded on 09/24/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Prof.james during the Spring '11 term at International Labour Organization.

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