Introduction to Language
Introduction to Language LING 101
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TEST 1 REVIEW KEY Transcribe the following words according to your pronunciation NB Your pronunciation and transcription may dilTer Ask if you are unsure calculator improvisation churchmouse diatribe Describe the following consonants f voiceless labiodental fricative l 2 3 quarterly 4 5 6 voiced interdental fricative l 2 3 m voiceless postalveolar affricate 4 n voiced alveolar nasal 5 1 voiceless glottal stop Describe the following vowels i high front tense unrounded l 2 o midhigh back rounded 3 o midlow back rounded 4 u high back tense rounded 5 1 low back unrounded khaelkhjuleri fmpiaVIzejn kOIlel maws da j stla jb 6 7 8 13 voiced velar nasal U voiced palatal glide 3 voiced postalveolar fricative 1 voiced alveolar approximant w voiced labiovelar glide a mid central laX unrounded A mid central tense unrounded 38 low front unrounded S midlow front unrounded 0 high back laX rounded Name the articulatory process occurring in each of the examples below Be specific 1 particular pClHijull 9 2 anemone snlmsni 9 3 Dwayne dwejn 9 4 February fsblueli 9 5 disburse dISbJS 9 patijulJ consonant deletion smlnsni metathesis dewejn vowel epenthesis fsbjueli dissimilation dISpJS voicing assimilation What feature specifications or do the following sounds have t m m h z 999 syllabic consonantal continuant spread glottis sonorant 6 7 8 9 10 U U 6 n U sonorant constricted glottis continuant syllabic consonantal How would you classify the following sounds as a group 1 t d s n alveolar consonants 6 f z 6 6 h continuant consonants 2 i u high tense vowels 7 U w s m i sonorants 3 u o 1 back vowels 8 d k ff b n syllabic consonants 4 t p s f voiceless consonants 9 m p b w LABIAL 5 k g 13 velar consonants 10 s 3 j strident fricatives If the following words were coined in English how would they be syllabif1ed 1 laepst1113 2 p11kl11 3 ngtsplaeks 4 splsksklow 5 kjugn1st Where do the morpheme boundaries fall in the following words What is the root in each case Are the affixes derivational or INFLECTIONAL l unbelievably un believeable ly 2 simplify simpleify 3 undoes un QS 4 working workING 5 resyllabified re syllablezfvED Name the word coinage process occurring in each of the examples below 1 lunch dinner 9 linner blend 2 professor 9 prof clipping 3 fax N 9 to fax conversion 4 People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals 9 Peta acronym 5 BandAidTM 9 bandaid generification 6 Mr Paparazzo 9 paparazzi eponym 7 professional 9 pro clipping