They address the principles of phonological treatment, assessment and analysis, and phonological intervention methods: minimal pair
therapy, multiple oppositions, maximal oppositions, complexity approaches, phonotactic therapy, the core vocabulary approach, the cycles approach, and phonological/phonemic awareness.
For each of the items, three possible answers were offered to the respondents, namely the members of the minimal pair
and an 'other' option with a blank space to write down a different word from the ones offered.
To check if the apprentices of that language can distinguish similar signs, different in only one parameter, a minimal pair
is a fundamental element of this investigation.
[X.sub.n]) such that its restriction to K([X.sub.1],...[X.sub.n-1]) is a Gaussian extension and the extension further to K to K([X.sub.1],..., [X.sub.n]) is a r.a.f.-extension defined by the minimal pair
(- [X.sub.1] -...
This paper argues that important facts about human mental lives systematically block a large class of uses of phenomenal contrast from achieving their aim, and that these minimal pair
arguments therefore fail, quite generally.
This article aims at comparing the phonology of Chhatthare Limbu and Athpahariya studying their phonemes on the basis of minimal pair
contrast, comparing their distributions, syllable sequences and syllable structures.
Pack is a speech training program and a language tutorial program designed for use by therapists and teachers working with individuals who have communication or speech disabilities.
Eighteen consonant phonemes and five vowel phonemes are established on the basis of minimal pair
The linguistic grounds for this are that the two constructions occur in the same syntactic conditions (in this case with the same wording, nakrum babam sabit-ma), and are thus a minimal pair
; the comparison yields very little difference between them.
(23) An example of this kind of spurious minimal pair
is the contrast, in some dialects, between cat [kaet] and can't [kaet].
One pair of propositions (a minimal pair
) is shown inconsistent, while a different pair (a robust pair) is shown true.
The second argument uses what are called "minimal pair
" experiences--sentences read without and with understanding--to induce in the reader an experience of the kind this paper claims exists.