ling 101_Chapter 2 hw - Ling 101 Chapter 2 Assignment 1. a....

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Ling 101 Chapter 2 Assignment 1. a. Four words with different spellings for the sound [f]: <laughing>, <phone>, <proof>, <muffle>. b. Six words that have the letter <a> pronounced differently. c. Four words in which different groups of letters represent only one sound: 1. <judge>. 2. <thought> 3. <lunch> (the letters ch represent the phone [t]. 4. <who> (the letters wh represent the phone [h]. d. Two words in which different sounds are pronounced but not spelled out: 1. <’m-m’> 2. In casual speech, some speakers insert a [p] in the word <warmth> 3. a. [ ] is voiceless b. [f] is voiceless c. [v] is voiced d. [z] is voiced e. [s] is voiceless f. [p] is voiceless g. [b] is voiced h. [j] is voiced i [b] is voiced j. The sound can be voiced [w] for some speakers, and unvoiced for other speakers. 5. a. Both are alveolar sounds. b. Both are velar sounds. c. The first sound is labial, while the second is velar. d. Both sounds are alveolar.
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2009 for the course LING 101 taught by Professor Galloway during the Spring '09 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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