OnlineQuiz Phonetics and Phonology

Tamara Sánchez
Quiz by Tamara Sánchez, updated more than 1 year ago
Tamara Sánchez
Created by Tamara Sánchez over 5 years ago
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A review on different concepts related to Phonetics and Phonology

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Question 1

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The study of possible phoneme combinations of a language, possible syllables is called phonotactics.
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  • True
  • False

Question 2

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The structure of the syllable is onset and rhyme (peak and coda).
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  • True
  • False

Question 3

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A minimum syllable is a single vowel in isolation
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  • True
  • False

Question 4

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The words /bɑː/, /kiː/ and /mɔː/ are syllables with zero onset.
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  • True
  • False

Question 5

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The words /æm/, / ɔːt/, / iːz/ have CODA but NO ONSET.
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  • True
  • False

Question 6

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The phonemes /ŋ/ and / ʒ/ are common ONSETS.
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  • True
  • False

Question 7

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The phonemes /h/, /w/and /j/ can’t be CODAS
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  • True
  • False

Question 8

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The phoneme /r/ can’t be a coda in non-rhotic accents
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  • True
  • False

Question 9

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An example of a consonant cluster is /sp/
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  • True
  • False

Question 10

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The Maximal Onset Principle establishes that where two syllables are to be divided, any consonants should be attached to the left-hand syllable.
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  • True
  • False

Question 11

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___________________is an event happening at regular intervals of time in speech.
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  • Rhythm
  • Elision
  • Epenthesis

Question 12

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_________________rhythm is characterized by the fact that the times from each stressed syllable to the next will tend to be the same, irrespective of the number of intervening stressed syllables.
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  • Syllable-timed
  • Stressed Languages
  • Stressed-timed

Question 13

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_________________rhythm is characterized by the fact that all syllables, whether stressed or not, tend to occur at regular time intervals, and the time between stressed syllables will depend on the number of syllables.
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  • Syllable-timed
  • Stressed-timed
  • All kind of

Question 14

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Isochronicity is a feature of _______________________languages
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  • Syllable-timed
  • Stressed-timed
  • All kind of

Question 15

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The words and syllables which we choose to stress in connected speech are dictated by_________________________.
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  • meaning but not context
  • context but not meaning
  • meaning and context

Question 16

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_____________________syllable initiates a pitch up to the tonic syllable.
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  • Tonic
  • Onset
  • Stressed-timed

Question 17

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________________________syllable highlights the most significant new information
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  • Tonic
  • Onset
  • Stressed-timed

Question 18

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When we say words in_______________________ we will stress one of the syllables but when word are arranged in _____________________certain syllables will be stressed in order to convey the most important information.
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  • isolation, stressed
  • isolation, context
  • isolated, contexts

Question 19

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_________________words carry important information whilst _________________ words help by connecting and making sentences work gramatically.
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  • stressed, content
  • content, stressed
  • content, function

Question 20

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Whilst___________________helps out to convey important information, ________________shows the function of the utterance.
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  • stress, content
  • stress, isollation
  • stress, intonation

Question 21

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A syllable peak which is a long vowel or diphthong or a short vowel but always followed by at least one consonant.
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  • Weak syllable
  • Strong syllable

Question 22

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We can analyse stress from these points of view.
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  • Production
  • Perception
  • Production and Perception

Question 23

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loudness, length, pitch and vowel quality.
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  • Factor influencing syllable prominence
  • Factors affecting stress placement

Question 24

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It’s considered the strongest type of stress within a word. It’s represented with a (‘ )
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  • Primary stress
  • Secondary stress

Question 25

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It’s normally represented with a (,), it’s weakened but not unstressed.
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  • Primary Stress
  • Secondary Stress

Question 26

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Morphology of the word, grammatical category, number of syllables and phonological structure of the syllables.
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  • Factor influencing syllable prominence
  • Factors affecting stress placement

Question 27

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A syllable peak which consists of one of these vowels /i/ /u/ and no coda, also syllabic consonants.
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  • Weak syllables
  • Strong syllables

Question 28

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The tendency for these words is to be stressed at the end.
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  • Vebs
  • Nouns

Question 29

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There is a tendency for these words to be stressed nearer the beginning.
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  • Nouns
  • Verbs

Question 30

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The tendency for these words is at the end of the word if they have two syllables, and at the beginning if they have 3 syllables.
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  • Prepositions
  • Articles
  • Adjectives
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