International Phonetic Alphabet

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SLHS 302: ASSIGNMENT 4 (30 points)

After downloading this document, save it as “302_ASSIGNMENT_FOUR_Lastname, Firstname”. Please fill in this word document in the blanks below using IPA symbols when appropriate. Examples are given for each section.

Then turn it in the UPLOAD ASSIGNMENT FOUR folder on Blackboard.

Section 1: Phonological Processes: stopping, fronting, and deaffrication (10 points). Type an X for the corresponding columns to indicate which type of phonological process is occurring in the following words.

Example:

STOPPING FRONTINGDEAFFRICATION

___________X____ __________1. / dɔdi/ for “doggie”

STOPPING FRONTINGDEAFFRICATION

_______________ __________1. /ʃuʃu/ for “choo choo”

_______________ __________2. /oteɪ/ for “okay”

_______________ __________3. /dɪp/ for “zip”

_______________ __________4. /ti/ for “see”

_______________ __________5. /doʊ/ for “go”

Section 2: Post-vocalic vs. syllabic liquids and nasals (10 points). Type an X for the corresponding columns to indicate whether a liquid or nasal is post-vocalic (after a vowel which is the nucleus) or syllabic (serves as the nucleus) in the following words.

Example:

POST-VOCALIC SYLLABIC

___X__ ____ 1. reel

_____ __X__ 2. muddle

POST-VOCALIC SYLLABIC

_____ ____ 1. whale

_____ ____ 2. corner

_____ ____ 3. bowl

_____ ____ 4. pewter

_____ ____ 5. senior

_____ ____ 6. bottle

_____ ____ 7. four

_____ ____ 8. mitten

_____ ____ 9. table

_____ ____ 10. actor

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Section 3: continuous speech (10 points). Type the English words for the corresponding IPA transcriptions listed below.

Example:

/hɑʊjəduɪn/__ How are you doing?_

  • /ɑɪmgʌnəgoʊ/ _________________
  • /wədʒəgɪt/ ________________
  • /ɑɪdənoʊ/ ________________

And 1 point for the mid-semester slump. Hang in there! We are halfway through…

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