Phonetics: Quiz

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Question 14 ptsWhich of the following is a rounded back vowel?  Check all that apply.
Which of the following is a rounded back vowel? Check all that apply. x | o | | a |

x | u | | ə | Question 21 ptsWhat is the primary articulator used in creating vowels?
What is the primary articulator used in creating vowels? | the vocal folds | | the pharynx |

xx | the tongue | | the nasal cavity | Question 34 ptsEvery vowel in English has a unique articulatory position based on: (choose as many as apply)
Every vowel in English has a unique articulatory position based on: (choose as many as apply) | tongue tenseness | x | tongue height |

x | tongue advancement | x | lip rounding | Question 44 ptsOne can determine if a vowel is tense or lax by:
One can determine if a vowel is tense or lax by: | tongue tension | x | stress |

x | duration | x | muscular effort | Question 51 ptsThe lax vowels are lower in height than their tense counterparts.
The lax vowels are lower in height than their tense counterparts. xx | True | | False | Question 61 ptsRhotic diphthongs can also be called:  (choose as many as apply)
Rhotic diphthongs can also be called: (choose as many as apply) x | r-colored vowels | | onglides and offglides |

x | rhotacized vowels | | lateralized vowels | Question 74 ptsWhich of the following list of words contains no front vowels?  (Choose as many as apply)
Which of the following list of words contains no front vowels? (Choose as many as apply) | seat, sit, sat | x | soup, soap, supper |

| set, sought, suit | | sought, sot, suit | Question 84 ptsWhich of the following sets of vowels have no back vowels?  (Choose as many as apply)
Which of the following sets of vowels have no back vowels? (Choose as many as apply) X | steed, stayed, stud | | stood, stowed, stewed |

| skin,

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