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LIN200 Assignment 1: Phonetics/Phonology (40 points)Due onThursday, February 4, 2021, at 11:59 PM Toronto time, via Quercus.1. IPA reading (10 points)Here are some common English words written in IPA. Convert them to English spelling. If youaren’t sure, take a guess!/ʤʌʤ/judge/brɛθ/breath/jɛstərde/yesterday/brum/broom/daim/daim/ʧɔɪs/choice/fon/phone/kwɛʃʧən/question/kɑmɪk/comic/æɾəm/arum2. Articulation (12 points)Here is a reference diagram of the vocaltract. For each drawing presented onthenextpage, there is only oneconsonant sound of English that couldbe produced as shown; you are to figureout whichstop, nasal, or fricativesound is represented. You can useto get IPAsymbols. Hint: use a Unicode font. PuttheIPA symbolfor that sound betweenthe brackets below the appropriatedrawing. Note thatvoicingis shown bytwo wavy lines (representing thevibration of the vocal folds) where thelarynx is, whereasvoicelesssounds arerepresented by two lines shaped like anellipse at the larynx level, indicating anopen glottis. Take care to note whetherthevelumis lowered or raised.
/k//t//m//ð//p//z//θ//l//f//g//v//ŋ/

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Fall
Professor
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Tags
Vowel, International Phonetic Alphabet, Consonant

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