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(Korean) Korean is a 'language isolate,' meaning that it is not linguistically related to other languages

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(Korean) Korean is a 'language isolate,' meaning that it is not linguistically related to other languages. In the following Korean words, you will find the sounds [s] and [(sh)]. Answer all parts of the question below on the following data from Koren:a. [(sh)i] 'poem' j. [sal] 'flesh'
b. [mi(sh)in] 'superstition' k. [kasu] 'singer'
c. [(sh)inmun] 'newspaper' l. [sanmun] 'prose'
d. [(th)aksa(ng)(sh)ige] 'clock' m. [kasAl] 'hypothesis'
e. [(sh)ilsu] 'mistake' n. [miso] 'smile'
f. [o(sh)ip] 'fifty' o. [susek] 'search'
g. [pa(ng)(sh)ik] 'method' p. [tapsa] 'exploration'
h. [(kan(sh)ik] 'snack' q. [so] 'cow'
i. [ka(sh)i] 'thorn'

Examine the phones [s] and [(sh)].
i. Write out the distributions for these two phones; that is, list the specific phonetic environments in which they occur.
ii. What sort of distribution is present between these two phones: contrastive or complementary

 

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