Part one from the textbook do the following exercises

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still need to be saved as or converted to PDF somehow. Part One From the textbook, do the following exercises from Chapter 6: 1, 2, 3, and 7. Part Two Using only “C” for consonant and “V” for vowel, represent the ordinary California pronunciation of the following words. Example : tempo CVCCV 1. jeans ______________ 6. funny ______________ 2. redemption ______________ 7. shortstops ______________ 3 crutches ______________ 8. putrid ______________ 4 strengths ______________ 9. shells ______________ 5 moaning ______________ 10. Mississippi ______________ Part Three For each of the following vocal-tract diagrams, what is the sound of English that would be produced by this particular configuration of articulatory organs? Write the phonetic symbol for this sound in the space between the brackets, as shown for the first diagram. Voicing is indicated by the “vibration” annotation in the throat where the vocal cords should be; voiceless sounds are indicated by absence of this notation. Be sure to note the positions of the tongue, teeth, and lips as well as whether the velum is raised or lowered. [p] [ @ [ @ [ ] [ ] [ ] or [ ] vibration vibration vibration
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Part One 1. a. [d] 2. a. [s] b. [t˙] b. [e] c. [ ] c. [˜] d. [i] d. [†] e. [n] e. [ ʧ ] f. [†] f. [aw] g. [k˙] g. [f] h. [f] h. [z] i. [s] i. [t] j. [j] j. [z] Note: [t] and [k] for 1b and 1g, respectively, would not be considered wrong – just less precise.
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