(solution) Here are some (slightly simplified) phonological rules from Ancient Hebrew

(solution) Here are some (slightly simplified) phonological rules from Ancient Hebrew

Microsoft Word – Assignment4.docxHere are some (slightly simplified) phonological rules from Ancient Hebrew:(a) ʔ->∅ / __#(b) ∅->ɛ / C__C#(c) a->ɛ / __Cɛ(d) a stop becomes a fricative when after a vowelRewrite rule (d) using the formal X->Y / Z notation, in terms of phonological features. (You can still use “V” to stand for the class of all vowels though.)