CLA Developing Phonolgy

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1. What is consonant cluster reductions?

  • Children reduce them to smaller units. E.g. 'pider' for 'spider'
  • Substituting one sound for another. E.g. 'pip' for 'ship'
  • Omitting opening syllable in polysyllabic words. E.g. 'nana' for 'banana'.
  • Deleting final consonant of words. E.g. Do(g) or Cu(p)
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2. What phonological mistake would 'Do(g)' and 'Cu(p)' be?

  • Assimilation
  • Deletion
  • Addition
  • Deletion of unstressed syllables

3. What is assimilation?

  • Substituting one sound for another. E.g. 'pip' for 'ship'
  • Omitting opening syllable in polysyllabic words. E.g. 'nana' for 'banana'.
  • Changing one consonant/vowel for another. E.g. 'gog' for 'dog'
  • Repeating whole syllable. E.g. Dada

4. What type of phonological mistake is saying 'pider' for 'spider'?

  • Substitution
  • Deletion
  • Consonant Cluster Reductions
  • Assimilation

5. What is deletion of unstressed syllables ?

  • Omitting opening syllable in polysyllabic words. E.g. 'nana' for 'banana'.
  • Substituting one sound for another. E.g. 'pip' for 'ship'
  • Deleting final consonant of word. E.g. Do(g) and Cu(p)
  • Adding extra vowel to end of words. E.g. 'Doggie'

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