A Linguistics Workbook (4th Edition) by Richard A. Demers, Ann K. Farmer

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By Richard A. Demers, Ann K. Farmer

A Linguistics Workbook is a complement to Linguistics: An creation to Language and Communications, fifth version. it could even be used with different introductory and intermediate linguistics texts. while lots of the examples in Linguistics are in response to English, the workbook offers routines within the significant components of linguistics (for instance, syntax and morphology) drawn from a wide selection of languages. This version comprises new routines, in addition to refinements to a few of the unique ones.

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Beautiful 3. embitter Variant of It/ Conditioning environment L -c. c 0 n eH 7 a CU 4. that 5. cotton 6. cent 7. Burt 8. built 9. butler 10. Burton 11. substance 12. atoms 13. result 14. phonetics 15. revolt 16. antler 17. settler 18. try 19. attitude 20. l, [r], [l], and [t], respectively. You may want to refer to appendix 1 for instructions on how to write phonological rules. I/, using the transcription system given in appendix 3 and in Linguistics (review pp. 97-100). A. 1. boor 6. dear 2. bore 7.

19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. Spanish form English gloss [kape] [edad] [komunidad] [dedo] [droyas] [seda] [ganado] [usted] [bastante] [brinkar] [supo] [up01 [klup] "it fits" "age" "cornrnuni ty" "finger/ toe" "drugs" "silk" "cattle" "you (sg. polite)" "plenty" "to jump" "I climb" "there was" "club" Questions A. When do the voiced stops [b], [d], and [g] occur? B. When do the voiced fricatives [P], [a], and [y] occur? C . Given the distribution of the voiced stops versus the voiced fricatives described in your answers to questions A and B, decide which sounds ([b], [d], [g] or [P], [a], [y]) are basic and which are derived.

Due 38. raw 9. live 24. fin 39. lawn 10. life 25, vine 40. gone 11. jut 26. roof 41, lath 12. Goth 27. bang 42. lathe 13. juke 28. dung 43. soot 14. hoof 29. with 44. crush 15. hooves 30. width 45. 3 Phonetic Variation: Spanish /b/, /& /g/ Below is a broad transcription of some Spanish words. [b]/[p], [d]/jd], and [g]/[y] are pairs of allophones whose members are in complementary distribution; that is, they occur in mutually exclusive (or nonoverlapping) phonetic environments. (See Linguistics, pp.

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