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  1. Produced by raising the tongue tip to make contact with alveolar ridge:
    A.A and B
    B.Linguavealrs
    C.Kg ing
    D.T d s z n l
    E.Lingua-Aveolars
    F.C and D
    A. A and B (Lingua-Aveolars & T d s z n l)
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. Produced with the back of the tongue making contact with velum?
    A. K,g ing
    B. Linguavealrs
    C. C and D
    D. Lingua-Aveolars
    E. A and B
    F. T d s z n l
    C. C and D (Linguavealrs & K g ing)
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. Development follows an innate, universal, hierarchical, order of distinctive features. Also involves the hypothesis discontinunity.
    A. Linear vs nonlinear
    B. Structural Theory
    C. Natural Theory
    D. Generative Theory
    B. Structural Theory
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. Phonological descriptions depend on info from other ling levels. Rule maps onto surface productions. Child’s productions to adult productions in terms of phon rules:
    A. Structural Theory
    B. Natural Theory
    C. Linear vs nonlinear
    D. Generative Theory
    D. Generative Theory
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. Phonological processes are innate and acquired early in life and fairly easily by children. Child stores speech forms correctly. It is the output constraints that lead to simplification of the adult model.
    A. Natural Theory
    B. Generative Theory
    C. Linear vs nonlinear
    D. Structural Theory
    A. Natural Theory
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. In velar fronting is when _____ & ____ replace a ______.
    A. Alveolar, dental, velar
    B. Velar, fricative, alveolar
    C. Alveolar, fricative, velar
    D. Velar, stop, fricative
    A. Alveolar, dental, velar
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. In depalatization a child substitutes an/ a _____ for a ____
    A. Palatal affricate for an Alveolar
    B. Palatal affricate for a fricative
    C. Palatal affricate for a stop
    D. Alveolar affricate for a palatal affricate
    e. None of the above
    D. Alveolar affricate for a palatal affricate
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. When the upper jaw ( maxilla) is protruded and the mandible is receded
    A. Class II
    B. Class I
    C. Class III
    D. There is no such class category class
    A. Class II
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. Many clinicians believe that stimulable sounds should be a starting point for therapy. A stimulable child is one who
    A. Benefits from tactile therapy
    B. Able to evoke speech sample given by the clinician
    C. Likes speech therapy and engaged in all activates
    D. Able to imitate the clinician
    D. Able to imitate the clinician
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. Motor based approaches focus on auditory discrimination, perceptual training, &
    A. Drill like rep
    B. C and d
    C. Phonetic placement
    D. Minimal pairs
    E. A and b
    F. Features of a few sounds using the child’s underlying patterns
    E. A and b
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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