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Course Title: Phonetics and Phonology

Question

Please circle the correct option.


1) Acoustic phonetics is concerned with which of the following:
1) The production of sounds in human languages
2) The generation of speech sounds by computer. .
3) The perception of sounds of human languages.
4) The properties of the sound waves of human speech.
2) The idea of universal grammar was given by
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William Labov
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Noam Chomsky
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George Yule 4)
David Crystal
3) Articulatory phonetics is the study of
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Speech organs
2)
physical properties of speech
3)
Phonemes 4)
physical production of speech sounds
4) The initial sound in Pakistan is
1)
interdental
2)
palatal
3)
bilabial
4)
alveolar
5) /kju/ is a phonemic transcription of
1)
you
2)
queue
3)
knew
4)
quay
6) /t / is a phonemic transcription of
1)
ton
2)
tongue
3)
tone
4)
toy
7) Which of the following is the most common syllable shape in the
world's languages:
1)
C
2)
VCC
3)
VC
4)
CV
8) To make a nasal phone, which of the following do you do:
1) Raise the velum
2) Make a pharyngeal closure
3) Lower the velum
4) Make a blockage in the nasal cavity
9) Which of the two main types of phones involve the unimpeded
flow of air through the oral cavity?
1) Vowels
2) Consonants
3) Plosives
4) Fricatives
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Phonetic symbol '[j]' sound is a
1) stop
2) nasal
3) glide
4) liquid
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Phonetic symbol '[z]' sound is a
1) fricative
2) affricate
3) nasal
4) glide
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Phonetic symbol '[k]' sound is a

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1) fricative
2) affricate
3) stop
4) glide
Phonetic symbol '[d]' sound is a
1) fricative
2) affricate
3) stop
4) glide
[m] sound is
1) bilabial
2) dental
3) velar
4) glottal
[v] sound is
1) bilabial
2) dental
3) labiodental
4) glottal
[] sound is
1) bilabial
2) velar
3) labiodental
4) glottal
[f] sound is
1) bilabial
2) velar
3) labiodental
4) glottal
[] and [] are
1) dental
2) bilabial
3) glottal
4) Alveolars
Phonology is the study of
1) meaning of speech sounds
2) systems and patterns of speech sounds
3) physical production of speech sounds
4) context of speech sounds
Meaning-distinguishing sound in a language is
1) morpheme
2) syllable
3) phoneme
4) vowel
Aspiration is the
1) puff of air
2) inhalation of air
3) exhalation of air
4) blocking of air
One of a closely related set of sounds of a phoneme is called

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are

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1) syntax
2) semantics
3) allophone
4) phonetics
Permitted arrangements of sounds in a language are called
1) allophones
2) phonemes
3) phonotactics
4) minimal pairs
A syllable must contain
1) a consonant
2) a sound
3) a syntax
4) a vowel or vowel-like sound
Auditory phonetics is the study of
1) Grammar
2) Reception of speech sounds
3) Phonics
4) Pragmatics
One of the basic elements of the syllable is
1) rhyme
2) dilect
3) accent
4) stress
The position of onset is
1) final
2) medial
3) centre
4) start
Rhyme/rime should consists of
1) a vowel
2) a consonant
3) stress
4) elision
Rhyme is is treated as
1) the nucleus
2) the syllable
3) the coda
4) the onset
The syllables that have an onset and a nucleus, but no coda
1) stress syllables
2) close syllables
3) open syllables
4) free syllables
The syllabic structure of the word 'green' is
1) (CCVC)
2) (VCC)
3) (VCC)
4) (CVC)

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The word 'splash' has


1) 3 consonant clusters in the beginning
2) 4 consonant clusters in the beginning
3) 2 consonant clusters in the beginning
4) No consonant clusters in the beginning
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Two well-known coarticulation effects are
1) stress and intonation
2) syntax and grammar
3) phonetics and phonology
4) assimilation and elision
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When two sound segments occur in a sequence and some
aspect of one segment is copied by the other, the process is
known as
1) pronunciation
2) assimilation
3) deletion
4) dialect
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The phrase [ako] in phonemic transcription is
1) They could go
2) He can go
3) I can go
4) We should go
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The phrase is [junmi] in phonemic transcription is
1) He and you
2) You and me
3) you and mine
4) you and we
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[junmi] is an example of
1) Elision
2) Assimilation
3) Coordination
4) Consideration
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The phrase is [himsbi] in phonemic transcription is an
example of
1) consideration
2) coordination
3) elision
4) assimilation
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In elision
1) a new sound is added
2) a sound is dropped
3) the same sound remains
4) sounds are merged
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In manner of articulation, we study
1) The characteristics of sounds
2) Syntax
3) Semantics
4) Places of articulation