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3-3rules3 - 1 Phonology: Rules & Derivations FL 325...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 Phonology: Rules & Derivations FL 325 Linguistics for Foreign Language 2 Writing phonological rules EXAMPLE 1: The pronunciation of Elmer Fudd Data: r abbit w abbit tr ouble tw ouble r ainbow w ainbow r ing w ing r ed w ed 3 Writing phonological rules EXAMPLE 1: The pronunciation of Elmer Fudd Data: r abbit w abbit tr ouble tw ouble r ainbow w ainbow r ing w ing r ed w ed Rule: / / [w] NOTATION: means becomes; changes into 4 Writing phonological rules EXAMPLE 2: Hong Kong English (Chinglish) Data Set 1 Roy Loy rice lice aspirin aspilin Listerine Listeline Data Set 2 tart [t t] party [p ti] modern [mad n] card [k d] 5 Writing phonological rules EXAMPLE 2: Hong Kong English (Chinglish) Data Set 1 Roy Loy rice lice aspirin aspilin Listerine Listeline Data Set 2 tart [t t] party [p ti] modern [mad n] card [k d] Rules: Rule 1: / / [l] / __ V Rule 2: / / / __ C NOTATION: V means vowel (no parentheses or brackets) C means consonant (no parentheses or brackets) means nothing (no parentheses or brackets) / means in the environment of; when it occurs in the following environment 6 Writing phonological rules EXAMPLE 3: French-accented English Data Set 1 these zese those zose that zat this zis Data Set 2 thank sank anything anysing thought sought think sink 7 Writing phonological rules EXAMPLE 3: French-accented English Data Set 1 these zese those zose that zat this zis Data Set 2 thank sank anything anysing thought sought think sink Rules: Rule 1: // [z] Rule 2: / / [s] 8 Writing phonological rules EXAMPLE 3: French-accented English Data Set 1 these zese those zose that zat this zis Data Set 2 thank sank anything anysing thought sought think sink Rules: Rule 1: // [z] Rule 2: / / [s] Can you combine the two rules into one? What do all of the elements (including "before " and "after ") have in common? What are the features that separate the before fromtheafter ? 9 Writing phonological rules EXAMPLE 3: French-accented English Rules: Rule 1: // [z] Rule 2: / / [s] Can you combine the two rules into one?...
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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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3-3rules3 - 1 Phonology: Rules & Derivations FL 325...

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