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1 Phonology Test 2014 B.B.Dwijatmoko Sanata Dharma University Yogyakarta START Sanata Dharma University

2 INSTRUCTION This is a completion exercise. In each slide, you will have a sentence with a missing part, and you are asked to complete the sentence. To complete the sentence, click the ANSWER button at the left bottom. Write the answer in the text box which appears. Press ENTER or click the OK button in the dialog box. If your answer is correct, the blank in the sentence will be replaced with your answer. You can answer more than once for a single question, but you will get a penalty of 0.2 for a wrong answer. Click the arrow at the right bottom to move to the next or previous slide. You will have a certificate page at the end of the exercise. Click the Certificate button to produce your certificate. Click the PRINT button to print your certificate. Click the QUIT button to finish your practice.

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4 Question 1 A phoneme is the [smallest] unit of language. Score: 1 Number: 1 of ANSWER

5 Oops! You're wrong. Question 2 A phoneme does not have a but differentiates it. Score: 0.7 Number: 2 of 40 ANSWER

6 Question 3 A phoneme is when it can be analyzed to identify its features. Score: Number: 3 of 40 ANSWER

7 Question 4 A vowel is a phoneme which is produced without any in the mouth. Score: ANSWER Number: 4 of 40

8 Question 5 A consonant can be characterized in..... ways. Score: Number: 5 of 40 ANSWER

9 Question 6 A consonant which is produced with the vibration of the vocal cords is Score: Number: 6 of 40 ANSWER

10 Question 7 A consonant is produced with a complete closure of the air passage and a sudden opening of the closure. Score: Number: 7 of 40 ANSWER

11 Question 8 A is produced by moving the tongue from one vowel position to another vowel position. Score: Number: 8 of 40 ANSWER

12 Question 9 A consonant which is produced without the vibration of the vocal cords is Score: Number: 9 of 40 ANSWER

13 Question 10 The words 'boot', 'put', 'boat', and 'bore' have a vowel. Score: Number: 10 of 40 ANSWER

14 Question 11 The consonants in 'she', 'zoo', 'church', and 'judge' are called Score: Number: 11 of 40 ANSWER

15 Question 12 The vowel in 'cat', 'park', 'pull', and 'peel' are all..... Score: Number: 12 of 40 ANSWER

16 Question 13 The initial consonants in 'theory' and 'these' are both according to the manner of articulation. Score: Number: 13 of 40 ANSWER

17 Question 14 The consonants in the words 'judge' and 'church' are both according to the manner of articulation. Score: Number: 14 of 40 ANSWER

18 Question 15 The final consonants in 'breathe' and 'breath' are according to the place of articulation. Score: Number: 15 of 40 ANSWER

19 Question 16 The words 'bait', 'bet', 'boat', and 'an' have a... vowel. Score: Number: 16 of 40 ANSWER

20 Question vowels are produced with a greater tension of the jaw muscles. Score: Number: 17 of 40 ANSWER

21 Question vowels are produced with a short duration. Score: Number: 18 of 40 ANSWER

22 Question 19 The phoneme /p/ in 'power' is Score: Number: 19 of 40 ANSWER

23 Question 20 The nasal /m/ and /n/ are in English. Score: Number: 20 of 40 ANSWER

24 Question 21 A feature distinguishes a phoneme from another. Score: Number: 21 of 40 ANSWER

25 Question 22 A is a pair of words which are only different in one phoneme. Score: Number: 22 of 40 ANSWER

26 Question 23 The occurrence of an allophone is Score: Number: 23 of 40 ANSWER

27 Question 24 The consonants /p, b, k, g, d, t/ form a class. Score: Number: 24 of 40 ANSWER

28 Question 25 Allophones are in distribution. Score: Number: 25 of 40 ANSWER

29 Question 26 Languages that use the pitch of individual vowels or syllables to contrasts word meanings are called.... languages. Score: Number: 26 of 40 ANSWER

30 Question 27 In a compound words like 'hotdog' and 'blackboard' the primary stress is on the..... element. Score: Number: 27 of 40 ANSWER

31 Question 28 A is the degree of force by which a speaker pronounces a syllable. Score: Number: 28 of 40 ANSWER

32 Question 29 A differentiates the word 'night-rate' from the word 'nitrate.' Score: Number: 29 of 40 ANSWER

33 Question 30 A syllable always has a syllable Score: Number: 30 of 40 ANSWER

34 Question 31 A plus differentiates the word 'ice-cream' from 'I scream.' Score: Number: 31 of 40 ANSWER

35 Question 32 The first stressed syllable in a sentence is pronounced in the.... pitch. Score: Number: 32 of 40 ANSWER

36 Question 33 The difference between a compound word and a phrase also lies in the placement of a stress. Score: Number: 33 of 40 ANSWER

37 Question 34 Compared to the noun, a two-syllabled verb has its word at the syllable. Score: Number: 34 of 40 ANSWER

38 Question is a process where a sound becomes like its nearby sound. Score: Number: 35 of 40 ANSWER

39 Question is the height of a speaker's voice in pronouncing a syllable. Score: Number: 36 of 40 ANSWER

40 Question 37 Schwa occurs in an syllable. Score: Number: 37 of 40 ANSWER

41 Question 38 In general, a pronominal or wh-word questions are different from a verbal or yes-no question in the use of (two words). Score: Number: 38 of 40 ANSWER

42 Question is a variant of a phoneme which occurs in a definable environment. Score: Number: 39 of 40 ANSWER

43 Question 40 A clause terminal causes a syllable to be pronounced from the high pitch to the low pitch. Score: Number: 40 of 40 ANSWER

44 CERTIFICATE This is to certify that Dwijatmoko has completed the practice on Phonology Test 2014 with the score of 8.6. QUIT PRINT CERTIFICATE Yogyakarta, June 29, Dr.B.B.Dwijatmoko, M.A.


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