Phoneme

  1. DIFFERENT APPROACHES TO THE PROBLEM OF PHONEME. THE DEFINITION OF PHONEME
  2. Methods of the identification of phonemes in a language
  3. OE Consonant Phonemes
  4. Phoneme
  5. PRINCIPAL AND SUBSIDIARY VARIANTS OF ENGLISH PHONEMES
  6. Speech sounds and Phonemes

III: {{064}} Q: The sentence can be completed using your knowledge of theory of the subject.

S: The phoneme is the smallest ###.

III: {{065}} S: The phoneme is a unity of three aspects: material, abstractional and ###.

III: {{066}}

S: The functions of the phoneme are constitutive, distinctive, ###.

III: {{067}} Q: The correct answer for the following is:

S: L.V. Shcherba created ... conceptionof the phoneme theory.

-: A mentalistic

-: A materialistic

-: A historical

-: A linguistic

III: {{068}} Q: The sentence can be completed using your knowledge of theory of the subject.

S: The function of speech sounds in so far as they constitute the material forms of morphemes, words and sentences may be called ###.

III: {{069}}

S: The smallest language unit that exists in the speech of all the members of a given language community is called ###.

III: {{070}}

S: The phoneme is material, real and ###.

III: {{071}}

S: Allophones that occur under the influence of the neighbouring sounds in different phonetic situations are called ...

III: {{072}}

S: A set of symbols representing speech sounds is termed as ###.

III: {{073}}

S: The functional view of the phoneme gave rise to a branch of linguists called ###.

III: {{074}}

S: The "abstract" view of the phoneme regards phonemes as independent of the acoustic and physiological ###.

III: {{075}}

S: The "physical" view regards the phoneme as a ### of related sounds satisfying certain conditions.

III: {{076}}

S: Sounds which are variants of a phoneme are called ###.

III: {{077}}

Q: The correct answer for the following is:

S: In the sentences: "He was heard badly. - He was hurt badly." - The opposition of phonemes serves to distinguish the meaning of ...

-: The morphemes

-: The whole phrase

-: The words

-: The paragraph

III: {{078}} Q: The sentence can be completed using your knowledge of theory of the subject.

S: The phoneme is realized in speech in the form of speech ###.

III: {{079}} Q: The correct answer for the following is:

S: The allophones of the same phoneme are not identical in their articulatory content though there remains some ... between them.

-: Linguistic relevance

-: Phonetic similarity

-: Allophonic similarity

-: Peculiarity

III: {{080}}

S: The dark [l] and the light [l] belong to the same phoneme [l] as they are not capable of differentiating the ...

-: Context

-: Meaning

-: Sounds

-: Letters

III: {{081}}

S: The articulatory features which form the invariant of the phoneme are called ...

-: Irrelevant

-: Relevant

-: Linguistic

-: Functional

III: {{082}} Q: The sentence can be completed using your knowledge of theory of the subject.

S: If an allophone of the same phoneme is replaced by an allophone of a different phoneme the mistake is called ###.

III: {{083}}

S: If an allophone of one phoneme is replaced by another allophone of the same phoneme the mistake is called ###.

III: {{084}}

S: Allophonic transcription is called ###.

III: {{085}}

S: Phonetic transcription is called ###.

III: {{086}}

S: Narrow transcription provides symbols for all ###.

III: {{087}}

S: Broad transcription provides symbols for all ###.

III: {{088}}

Q: The correct answer for the following is:

S: Narrow transcription is good for ... purposes.

-: Linguistic

-: Scientific

-: Teaching

-: Phonological

III: {{089}}

S: Allophones of different phonemes occur in ... phonetic context.

-: Different

-: The same

-: Equal

-: Narrow

III: {{090}}

S: Allophones of the same phoneme never occur in ... phonetic context

-: Different

-: The same

-: Equal

-: Narrow

III: {{091}}

S: Broad transcription is good for ... purposes.

-: Scientific

-: Teaching

-: Linguistic

-: Phonological

III: {{092}}

S: There are ... kinds of oppositions of phonemes in the English language.

-: Two

-: Three

-: Four

-: Five

III: {{093}}

S: If the opposition is single one ... feature of phonemes is marked.

-: Distinctive

-: Double

-: Triple

-: Multiple

III: {{094}}

Q: Notions can be made up through matching their parts from the columns.

L1: If one distinctive feature of phonemes R1: single

is marked, the opposition is

L2: If two distinctive features of phonemes R1: double

are marked, the opposition is

L3: If three distinctive features of phonemes R3: triple

are marked, the opposition is

R4: proper

R5: regular

III: {{095}} Q: The sentence can be completed using your knowledge of theory of the subject.

S: Scientists use ### type of transcription.



Problems of Phonostylistics | The System of English Consonant and Vowel Phonemes

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