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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kurtis Spencer I on Wednesday September 9, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to LING 451 at University of Washington taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 19 views. For similar materials see /class/192185/ling-451-university-of-washington in Linguistics at University of Washington.


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Date Created: 09/09/15
Topics covered in Linguistics 451 Winter 2009 Before the midterm allophones and the psychological reality of phonemes Quebecois palatalizationsong list of characteristics of phonemes vs allophones natural classes and generalizing rules avoiding lists arguments for choosing the basic phoneme neutralization rules underlying representations 0 only unpredictable information enough info to allow rules to function regularly predicting all outputs form deduced from position where neutralization does not occur no predictable info such as stress syllabi cation allophonic variation any information assignable by a phonological rule 0 assembled by stringing together the URs of the individual morphemes that make up the word being accounted for allomorphy induced by phonological rules con ict between morphologylexicon and phonology former wants no allomorphy latter wants preferred phonological strings Aka faithfulness vs avoidance of markedness how to solve an allomorphy problem points to include in a solution 0 URs of crucial forms 0 statement and formalization of rule 0 derivation types of processes 0 regressive vs progressive o assimilations I vowel harmony I voicing assimilation I others 0 vowel insertions to improve syllable structure 0 stress assignment 0 syllabi cation universals of syllabi cation o preference for onsets o avoidance of codas o dislike of compleX onsets or compleX codas evidence for the eXistence of the syllable and for onsets rhymes and codas 0 internal 0 eXtemal phonological rules referring to syllable structure such as those illustrated in the French Turkish and Korean problems evidence for the rhyme Turkish French sonority sequencing if we get to it before the exam OO


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