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Front vowel: Quiz

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Question 1: This change can be allophonic variation, or it can have become ________.
International Phonetic AlphabetPhonologyPhonemeEnglish orthography

Question 2: This historical palatalization is reflected in the orthographies of several European languages, including the "c" and "g" of almost all ________, the "k" and "g" in Norwegian, Swedish and Icelandic, and the "κ", "γ" and "χ" in Greek.
Portuguese languageFrench languageRomance languagesSpanish language

Question 3: [1] The front vowels identified by the ________ are:
Velar nasalX-SAMPAVoiceless alveolar fricativeInternational Phonetic Alphabet

Question 4: ________ [ɛ]
Open-mid front unrounded vowelClose front unrounded vowelOpen front unrounded vowelClose back rounded vowel

Question 5: A front vowel is a type of vowel sound used in some spoken ________.
LinguisticsLanguageSemanticsAristotle

Question 6: The defining characteristic of a front vowel is that the tongue is positioned as far in front as possible in the mouth without creating a constriction that would be classified as a ________.
Velar consonantAlveolar consonantPalatal consonantConsonant

Question 7: ________ [e]
Close-mid front unrounded vowelClose front unrounded vowelClose-mid back rounded vowelClose back rounded vowel

Question 8: ________ [y]
Close-mid back rounded vowelClose front unrounded vowelClose back rounded vowelClose front rounded vowel

Question 9: ________ [i]
Close front unrounded vowelClose back rounded vowelOpen front unrounded vowelClose-mid back rounded vowel







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