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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing How Form 5495 Underlying

Instructions and Help about How Form 5495 Underlying

In this video I'm going to do a complete phonology problem starting from a data set and then searching for allophones phonemes searching for the environments where the allophones may occur if there are any and then making a formal rule for that for logical process and I'm going to do this step-by-step systematically so that way you can see someone work on a real problem and also take those steps and apply it to other problems on your own there is a pretty systematic way to do things so we're going to take a look at Korean s and Shh so in other words we can call this the Korean sibilant problem and here is the data now this might not be 100% accurate for Korean native speakers there may be some slight alterations here this is to simplify the data set to make it easier to work with and this is pretty standard practice in phonology because in reality data sets can be very messy and if we had these really messy data sets there would be no way to start and learn so the first thing we do when we compare two sounds and usually we're told which sounds we're looking at when we have these data sets and we're looking at cinch we're looking for minimal pairs with these sounds so we can look at we can say are there any minimal pairs with cinch I see a minimal pair for and and hmm but we're not working with that so that's not going to help us too much in fact I'm sure you've taken a look right now and you'll notice that there are no minimal pairs for cinch so when there's no minimal pairs we have to resort to a more monotonous task and...

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