Definition questions

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The pronunciation of vowel as [‘vaə] illustrates the rule of smoothing of triphthongs.
The second half of syllables starting with the peak is called the rhyme.
When two graphic symbols represent a single sound it is a(n) diphthong.
The Carrot-Rule is about the absence of Pre-R Broadening.
Two words that differ in one sound only and have different meanings are called minimal
pairs.
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The organ in the throat containing the vocal cords is the larynx.
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How many rhymes are there in advantage? Three.
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The third syllable from the end of the word is called the antepenult.
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The word forehead is a(n) true compound.
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Two sounds not occurring in each other’s environment are in complementary
distribution.
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The obligatory part of the syllable is the nucleus.
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A tense vowel is broken in a position preceding R.
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Accents of English in which /r/ may surface preconsonantally are rhotic accents.
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The pronunciation of sheep as [ʃip] illustrates the rule of Pre-Fortis Clipping.
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A word-final full vowel must be long.
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VS(top)L(iquid) positions are graphically free.
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How many rhymes are there in pronounce? Two.
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The last syllable of the word is called the ult .
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The alternation between tense /aɪ/ and lax /ɪ/ in English is a subtype of Vowel Shift.
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One of the meanings associated with the low-rising tone is indifference [[or
encouragement / or greetings, thanks, apologies / or subordinate
information]].
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The name of the situation when two vowels follow each other is __ .
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Sounds produced at the same place of articulation are homorganic.
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Weak vowels can never appear in stressed syllables.
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The class of consonants without a voiceless pair is called sonorants.
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The variants of a phoneme are called its allophones.
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VCC and VC# positions are covered graphic positions.
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How many rhymes are there in humane? Two.
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The sound appearing between the two words in manga entertainment is called
intrusive R.
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Syllabic L is always dark.
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The variant of L appearing between vowels is called clear L.
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How many rhymes are there in there? One.
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Stress is one of the suprasegmental features of speech.
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The alternants of a phoneme are called allophones .
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The first half of syllables that can also be left empty is called the onset ?.
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A letter used to represent a phoneme is called a(n) grapheme .
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Neutral suffixes have no influence on stress.
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How many rhymes are there in minute? Two.
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The second syllable from the end of the word is called the penult .
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The vowel regularly resisting Vowel Shift is /ju:/.
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The i in previous, which can be pronounced either syllabic or non-syllabic, is called a(n)
___ .
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IPA stands for International Phonetic Alphabet
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The branch of phonetics dealing with the perception of sounds is called auditory
phonetics.
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58. The effect of R on a preceeding tense vowel is called Pre-R Breaking. 46. The regular alternation of stressed and unstressed syllables is iambic rhythm. 50. A sequence of two vowels belonging to two separate syllables is hiatus.43. Intonation can be described as pitch change. Consonants without a voiceless pair are sonorants. 53. 51. 68. then it must be long. The third syllable from the last is called the antepenult. 54. The boundary symbol attached to free stems is a cross-hatch boundary symbol. The variant of /l/ appearing before Cs is called dark L. 47. The loss of a schwa leading to the loss of the syllable is called syncope. we have a case of Tenseness Reversal. 67. The R appearing between the two words in manga(r) entertainment is intrusive R. liquids and glides are sonorants. Nasals. 48. The positional alternants of phonemes are called allophones. The consonants appearing in the rhyme form the coda part of the syllable. 44. Long English vowels are either long monophthongs or diphthongs. The Rule of Final Vowel Length states that if a final V(owel) is full. Prefixes without a clear meaning that become part of the base word are integrated prefixes. The effect of /j/ affecting alveolar obstruents is called palatalization. A grapheme composed of two letters is called digraph. 61. 65. 55. 57. When the letter has one of its standard values but violates the tense/lax choice rule. 60. 45. 63. 70. The word pair meter-metrify shows the effect of Trisyllabic Laxing. 62. 49. The strongest stress in a sentence is called the tonic. The sounds sharing their palce of articulation are homorganic. The phenomenon when alveolar obstruents become palato-alveolar because of a following /j/ is called palatalization. 64. 71. 52. 66. English front and central Vs are never rounded. 59. . The phenomenon when the middle stress is lost when three stressed syllables appear next to each other is called Rhythmic Stress Deletion. 69. The phonemes of a language can be identified using the minimal pair technique. In the word intervention the second E is pronounced /e/ due to Pre-Cluster Laxing. Compounds like breakfast are obscured compounds. A consonant constituting the peak of a syllable is a syllabic consonant. 56.