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6. Which is an example of substitution?

  • nana (banana)
  • do(g)
  • burber (burger)
  • goggie (doggie)

7. Which is an example of assimilation?

  • mamama
  • po (pot)
  • goggy (doggy)
  • burber (burger)

8. What phonemes do the palatal-alveolars produce?

  • k,g
  • d3, 3, s, ts
  • j,f,t
  • j

9. What phonemes do the velars produce?

  • p,b,m
  • ? (glottal)
  • k,g
  • t,n,d,s,z,l

10. When do children acquire the alveolar phonemes according to Crystal?

  • 6-9 months
  • 6 months
  • 9 months
  • 6-12 months

11. Which is an example of reduplication?

  • mamama
  • pi (pig)
  • mummy
  • nana (banana)

12. What is the definition of reduplication?

  • A process were an extra vowel is added to the world to make a CVCV structure
  • Children find it difficult to articulate groups of consonants so they reduce the phoneme to just one consonant
  • Also known as babbling, consonant-vowel (CV) patterns are repeated
  • Some sounds change because of other sounds around them. Usually, the first consonant sound is influence by the second

13. Which is an example of addition?

  • dadada
  • doggy (dog)
  • do (dog)
  • burber (burger)

14. Which is an example of deletion?

  • mamama
  • do (dog)
  • goggie (doggie)
  • daddy

15. What phonemes do the palatals produce?

  • j
  • t,n,d,s,l,z
  • k,g
  • ? (glottal)

16. What is a holophrase?

  • A word that means the same as a full adult sentence
  • A word which is used, and has an actual meaning,but has not been "accepted" as a word by officials

17. What is the definition of assimilation?

  • Children find it difficult to articulate groups of consonants so they reduce the phoneme to just one consonant
  • Some sounds change because of other sounds around them. Usually, the first consonant sound is influence by the second
  • A process were an extra vowel is added to the world to make a CVCV structure
  • Also known as babbling, consonant-vowel (CV) patterns are repeated

18. Which of the following can also be referred to as 'babbling'?

  • reduplication
  • substitution
  • assimilation
  • addition

19. Which is an example of a consonant cluster reduction?

  • dadada
  • ti (tin)
  • ping (spring)
  • burber (burger)

20. What is the definition of a consonant cluster reduction?

  • Some sounds change because of other sounds around them. Usually, the first consonant sound is influence by the second
  • Children find it difficult to articulate groups of consonants so they reduce the phoneme to just one consonant
  • A process were an extra vowel is added to the world to make a CVCV structure
  • Also known as babbling, consonant-vowel (CV) patterns are repeated