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5. Provide one minimal pair (two words that differonlyby the specified speech sounds;how they are spelled doesn’t matter) for each of the following sound pairs. Give bothorthographic and phonetic representations. (2 points each = 14 points)Example: /i, I/: ‘sheep’[Sip], ‘ship’[SIp](a) /T, f/(b) /s, z/(c) /m, n/(d) /U, æ/(e) /ej, aj/(f) /h, tS/(g) /E, u/6. Here is a list of some of the consonant sounds used in English. Each is accompanied bya keyword in orthography. Complete the table below. You may use either the categoriesfrom the IPA (see link above) or in tables 2.4, 2.6, 2.8 and 2.10 inCLAchapter 2.(1 point each = 7 points)KeywordVoicePlaceManner[t]tie[n]no[f]fee[T]thigh[S]she[Ù]chip[ô]red4
7. Go to this website and listen to the first 30 words.:kjohnson/EnglishPhonetics/Which of these are produced with creaky voice? Give the example number and the word.(identify 4 for the full 8 points).5