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Unformatted text preview: 1 Phonology: Features FL 325 Linguistics for Foreign Language 2 Types of phonological features Major class features (pp.82-83) Manner features Voicing features (laryngeal features) Place features 3 Major class features [ syllabic]: [+syllabic]: full vowels [vowel that is syllable nucleus ] (or syl abic liquid/nasal) [-syllabic]: glides, liquids, nasals, fricatives, affricates, stops 4 Major class features [ consonantal] [-consonantal]: vowels , glides , (and glottals) [+consonantal]: stops (including nasals ), fricatives , affricates , and liquids 5 Major class features [ sonorant] z [+sonorant]: vowels , glides , liquids and nasals (singable sounds; naturally voiced) z [-sonorant]: stops (not including nasals), fricatives , and affricates 6 Exercise: major class features Which of the following is [+syllabic]: (a) w (b) (c) j (d) u 7 Exercise: major class features Which of the following is [-syllabic]: (a) i (b) u (c) y (d) v 8 Exercise: major class features Which of the following is [+consonantal]: (a) (b) j (c) w (d) 9 Exercise: major class features Which of the following is [-consonantal]: (a) j (b) (c) f (d) 10 Exercise: major class features Which of the following is [+sonorant]: (a) b (b) m (c) k (d) 11 Exercise: major class features Which of the following is [-sonorant]: (a) l (b) (c) (d) g 12 Manner features [ continuant] [+continuant]: vowels , glides , fricatives [-continuant]: stops (including nasals ) and affricates 13 Manner features [ nasal] [+nasal]: nasals (and nasalized vowels ) [-nasal]: non-nasals 14 Manner features [ lateral] typically used for consonants only [+lateral]: [l] and [l]-like fricatives and affricates (see IPA chart) [-lateral]: everything except [l]-like segments 15 Manner features [ delayed release] typically used for consonants only [+delayed release]: affricates [-delayed release]: non-affricates 16 Exercise: manner features Which of the following is [+continuant]: (a) f (b) t (c) g (d) 17 Exercise: manner features Which of the following is [-continuant]: (a) (b) (c) (d) 18 Exercise: manner features Which of the following is [+nasal]: (a) k (b) w (c) n (d) z 19 Exercise: manner features Which of the following is [-nasal]: (a) (b) m (c) (d) s...
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2011 for the course FL 325 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at S.F. State.

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3-2features1 - 1 Phonology: Features FL 325 Linguistics for...

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