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Published on 6 Apr 2011
School
UTSG
Department
Linguistics
Course
LIN229H1
LECTURE April 6th, 2011
40% weighed to the first semester; 60% weighed to the second semester
Nasal place assimilation
-When have consonant, see assimilation
-See cases where vowel occur, ex Ottawa, Edmonton
Turkish order
-Obstruent devoicing
-Voicing assimilation
-Correct order is OD then VA
Lango two rules total assimilation and voicing assimilation
-Rule ordering not crucial
Lardil -Seems like when have two vowels in sequence, one is deleted
-Seems that elsewhere = underlying
-VV disrupted by a deletion of one V or insertion of [w]
-Sequence of two nasals one is deleted
- -u, -I, are underlying forms and included in / / because there are more of them
and they are easier to account for in the rule
[+constricted glottis]
Dutch-L, m, n, r sonorants when get complete version of tye with epenthesis of e
-When do not get schwa, is the toy example
oNeed another feature to distinguish btw first group from y, which is also
sonorant
o[+consonant, +sonorant]
-NEXT EXAMPLE
oDegemination
oWhen have sequence of ss, kk, rr, nn, etc. all gone
o[+consonantal]
oPattern with sonorants just y that doesnt pattern
Rounded & high on slide 22 there was typo*****
Might need to know implosives, ejectives, etc.
Korean-P and t becomes w and r respectively
-This is lenition, or weakening
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40% weighed to the first semester; 60% weighed to the second semester. See cases where vowel occur, ex ottawa, edmonton. Lango two rules total assimilation and voicing assimilation. Seems like when have two vowels in sequence, one is deleted. Vv disrupted by a deletion of one v or insertion of [w] Sequence of two nasals one is deleted. U, -i, are underlying forms and included in / / because there are more of them and they are easier to account for in the rule. L, m, n, r sonorants when get complete version of tye with epenthesis of e. When do not get schwa, is the toy example: need another feature to distinguish btw first group from y, which is also sonorant, [+consonant, +sonorant] Next example: degemination, when have sequence of ss, kk, rr, nn, etc. all gone, [+consonantal, pattern with sonorants just y that doesn"t pattern. Rounded & high on slide 22 there was typo*****