Quiz 1 Notes - A B C D E F G 6 Sample short answer...

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1 Quiz 1 Format Material to be covered: Lectures 1 – 4 Format: Three short answer questions Label two figures
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2 Terms to know Phoneme Allophone Free morpheme Bound morpheme Contrastive Distinctive feature Syllable Onset Nucleus Coda Rhyme Glottis Larynx Vocal folds/cords Voiceless Voiced Place of Articulation Voicing Manner of Articulation Bilabial Labiodental Interdental Alveolar Palatoalveolar Velar Glottal Sonorant Obstruent Stop Fricative Affricate Nasal Approximant Tap/Flap
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3 Articulators
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4 Places of Articulation
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Unformatted text preview: A B C D E F G 6 Sample short answer questions Describe the factors that determine why both receptive and expressive accents persist in adults Describe how to produce a voiceless alveolar fricative [s] in terms of phonation and articulation Describe the difference between a phoneme and an allophone. Use examples of real words in your answer. Describe three methods one might use to instruct ESL learners on the accurate pronunciation of either a) word stress or b) a consonant of your choice....
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Quiz 1 Notes - A B C D E F G 6 Sample short answer...

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