- The /r/ phoneme in Ukrainian corresponds to how many phoneme(s) in Polish?
- What are these Polish phoneme correspondences?
- One of these sounds is conditioned to show up when it’s adjacent to a particular phoneme. Describe the condition for when this sound surfaces.
- Q (5) p. 38 — Ukrainian & Polish
- Identify one pair of words Polish borrowed from Ukrainian.
- Explain why you chose this pair.
- Bonus: Identify one pair of words that Ukrainian borrowed from Polish. Explain your solution.
- Q (6) p. 39 — English, German, French, Irish, Russian, Italian
- Compare and contrast the differences in word order you observe between each of these languages and English?
- Q (4) p. 72 — English & Latin
- Given all the data presented from the four languages, did English split one
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