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Unformatted text preview: Name: Section: Homework III (Due at the beginning of lecture on Monday 19 September 2011) (1) Change each of the following statements into rule notation. [2pts each] (i) Voiceless stops become corresponding fricatives between vowels. (ii) A schwa is inserted between a voiced stop and a word-final voiced fricative. (iii) Low unrounded vowels become rounded before m . (2) Each of the rules in (1) can be classified as involving one of seven major types of processes: a. Assimilation c. Insertion e. Metathesis g. Weakening b. Dissimilation d. Deletion f. Strengthening For each rule in (1), what is the process? Write the letter of the process (from the above table) in the corresponding blank below. [1pt each] (i) (ii) (iii) (3) State the following rule in English, making reference to natural classes, phonetic environment, and common linguistic processes. [2pts] /d, z/ → voiceless / voiceless obstruent # Ling1101 || Fall 2011 1 Name: Section: (4) Consider the following data from Omašk˙ekowak, an Algonquian language native to Canada.Consider the following data from Omašk˙ekowak, an Algonquian language native to Canada....
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- Phoneme, International Phonetic Alphabet, separate phonemes, voiceless consonantal segments