Week Five Lecture Notes: Phonological Analysis
Week Five Lecture Notes: Phonological Analysis LING-L 103
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Date Created: 10/11/15
Introduction to the Study of Language WEEK FIVE 92 Phonological Analysis Vocab review Phonememental category of speech sounds Allophones speech sounds that are part of the same phoneme Minimal Pair top top mop mdp Not minimal pairs stop stdp sthdp o Aspirationa strong burst of air accompanies the release of a stop consonant Contrastive Distribution sounds that are separate phonemes CAN nd minimal pairs Complementary Distribution sounds that are allophones of the same phoneme predict when each will appear amp write a rule to describe prediction Rules for Complementary Distribution Environmentthe unique position of a sound in a word in relation to other sounds or word boundaries in which an allophone occurs Aspirated t in English stap stop thap top t th stul stool thul tool SI I tw1st twist thaIm time su u w II s Distributional Statementaspirated t appears only between the beginning of words and vowels t appears elsewhere Formal rule t th V 0 Name phoneme after unpredictable sound t o phoneme t is realized as th in the environment between the beginning of words and vowels t appears elsewhere
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