Monday, September 22, 2008

Language is Universal (Vs. Universal Language)

Dodik asks a question about this.
First, all languages in the world share the 12 characteristics.

Second, the universality of language refers to the fact that most language in the world share common rules, patterns, or rules. However, language is also so unique that each language has some features that cannot be found in any other language.

Third, universal language refers to a language that is used by a great number of people in the world. It is believed that Sanskrit used to be a universal language. Arabic can be called as a universal language because all moslems in the world use Arabic in their Koran, or even prayers. Please read wikipedia for more ideas about universal language.

30 comments:

dhian_widhi said...

this comment is for linguistic task that you gave to us yesterday about our last presentation.

/g U d/

g = plosive, velar, voiced
U = close, back, rounded
d = plosive, alveolar, voiced

because there is no phonemic symbol in this computer and I can't find another font symbol, so I can't write the word with phonetics symbol. sorry Sir,

Dhian Widhi P/C1307035/NR

eka_agustina said...

morning Sir,,
this comment is for linguistic assignment which you gave on last Tuesday.
my opinion about the last presentation is:

/best/

b= voiced,stop,bilabial
e= front,urrounded
s= voiceless,fricative,alveolar
t= voiceless,stop,alveolar

i hope it is right Sir,
thank you.

Eka Agustina
C1307036

Sartika_Dyan@NR'07 said...

hello sir...

I anjoyed Ur class very much eventhough it was very COLD! YET I must keep shaking my book all the time...
To the point...
[ lIp ]
[l]= Lateral, alveolar, Unvoiced
[I]= High, front, Unread
[p]= Stop, bilabial, Unvoiced
tell me if I'm mastaken sir...

Sartika_Dyan@NR'07 said...

I have some games for U to analyse a word easily gALz...
First, Read Ur Note..Make sure that U have mastered all the material..
Second, ClOse Ur Book...DoN't open it...Don't be cheat...
Third, say the word...Feel it...
Say again and Feel it...Repeat Repeat and repeat...

Here are the question...
how are the sound produced?
How about Ur articulator? Ur tongue? Ur teeth? Ur Glottis?Ur lips? How are they?
are there any air blew? From ur nasal or Ur mouth?
finally, devide Ur sound into Voiced or Unvoiced sound!
How???...
Take a piece of paper,hold on..
Say the word infront of the paper..
is the paper waving bcz of the air?
if it is waving strongly, it must be voiced sound!
come on... Try!!But don't be cheat...
have a nice try...^^

Sartika_Dyan@NR'07 said...

sorry, 4 the first comment I've misswritten the word "Unread"..
It should be "Unrounded"


Thanx.....^^

the hurricane dodik said...

hello mr dp,
firstly, thanks for your answer for my questions. I will look at wikipedia later. secondly, thanks to my friends in 2nd group for their presentation and knowledge given to us. The topic is quite interesting. I also knew that linguistic is the part of the science, my favorite subject. Thirdly,i will give the presentation for the 4th topic. Could you please tell me some suitable references to be used in the next presentation?

Thanks before
dodik s. c0307018

Ramadan said...

good afternoon MR. Depe

sorry for being late

[L] = lateral, alveolar, voiceless
[)] = back, low, rounded
[W] = semivowel, bilabial, out


thank you sir



sorry if there is any mistakes on my work today.

TiK@SasIngA-C13_21 said...

Hello everybody,

I felt the presentation yesterday was quite satisfying.

QUITE SATISFYING (kwaIt sætIsfaIn)

k = unvoiced,velar,plosive
w = voiced,labio velar semi vowel,approximant
a = unrounded,central,low
I = unrounded,front,high
t = voiceless,alveolar,plosive

s = voiceless,alveolar,fricative
æ = unrounded,front,low
t = voiceless,alveolar,plosive
I = unrounded,front,high
s = voiceless,alveolar,fricative
f = voiceless,labiodental,fricative
a = unrounded,central,low
I = unrounded,front,high
n = voiced,velar,nasal

I am sorry,there is incorrect symbol. I get problem in writing the symbol of "ng"...

Are there any solution ???

foda_ED'07 said...

Good evening...Mr DP
How's everything?
this is my first comment for linguistic lesson...
I'm very glad join your class..

And this is my comment for linguistic assignment that you have given to us last tuesday....

I have 2 words...
1. BOOK

B = voiced, bilabial, plosive
U = rounded, back, high
K = voiceless, velar, plosive

2. CAMERA

K = voiceless, velar, plosive
ae = neutral, front, low
m = nasal, bilabial, plosive
e = unrounded, mid, central
r = thrill, mid, central
e = unvoiced, mid, central

I'm sorry i can't find the "e" symbol...
I'm waiting for your answer sir..
And i'm sorry if i made mistaken

Thanks a lot...

Foda /C1307005?

speechless_saint said...

This is what I felt when you teach us phonetics material on Tuesday, September 23, 2008
/ pUsi:η /

the analysis of each phoneme based on the phonemic chart is given below
[ p ] voiceless, plosive, bilabial consonant
[ U ] high, central, rounded vowel
[ s ] voiced, fricative, palato-alveolar consonant
[ i: ] high, front, spread / unrounded vowel
[ η ] voiced, nasal, velar consonant

Honestly, I was confused by some differences between what you said ( /t/ is dental) and what Pak Budi said ( /t/ is alveolar) about the manner of articulation. I also found that the phonemic chart in Chaer's book is different from Verhaar's.
Is the manner of articulation in a language different from that in other language?
For example, [t] in English is different from [t] in Bahasa Indonesia based on how we produced that sound?

Dhika (C1307015)

speechless_saint said...

This is what I felt when you teach us phonetics material on Tuesday, September 23, 2008
/ pUsi:η /

the analysis of each phoneme based on the phonemic chart is given below
[ p ] voiceless, plosive, bilabial consonant
[ U ] high, central, rounded vowel
[ s ] voiced, fricative, palato-alveolar consonant
[ i: ] high, front, spread / unrounded vowel
[ η ] voiced, nasal, velar consonant

Honestly, I was confused by some differences between what you said ( /t/ is dental) and what Pak Budi said ( /t/ is alveolar) about the manner of articulation. I also found that the phonemic chart in Chaer's book is different from Verhaar's.
Is the manner of articulation in a language different from that in other language?
For example, [t] in English is different from [t] in Bahasa Indonesia based on how we produced that sound?

Thanks,
DHIKA (C1307015)

Sheena_Piaz said...

Hi.MrDP
i want to give comment of your lesson it's BUM!!!!!!!!!!!!
B: voiced,bilabial,plosive
U: close,back,rounded
M: vioced,bilabial,nasal
wondering why i gave you this word?
because when i didn't understand of some matters and trying to relearn from your latest copied,it's almost gone or unclear and i was shock11feels like a shotgun which wanted to blow up my head off.....(Joking)
Well have a nice fasting season and ramadhan 1429H
CIAO!!
(By:Indang.J/C1307008)

ayu said...

Good afternoon
I am sorry
I am very to give comment

MIRTH [mз:ө]

m→ voiced, labial articulation, nasal
з→ palatal articulation, palatal voiced
ө→ unvoiced, dental articulation

Ayu Nurwati
(C1307031)

ayu said...

Good afternoon
I am sorry
I am late to give comment

MIRTH [mз:ө]

m→ voiced, labial articulation, nasal
з→ palatal articulation, palatal voiced
ө→ unvoiced, dental articulation

Ayu Nurwati
(C1307031)

venusdemillo said...

Mr. Agus DePe, this is my opinion about third group presentation. It was brief presentation.

Brief /bri:f/

b ; voiced, plosive, bilabial
r ; voiced, approximant, palato-alveolar
i: ; high, front, spreading
f ; unvoiced, fricative, labio-dental

Kezia Kustina Indira W. (C1307013)

venusdemillo said...

Mr. Agus, regarding with speechless_saint question i think "t" is alveolar (define from place of articulation )

Kezia Kustina ( 1307013)

yaSinTa said...

gUd evening Mr.DP

hmm..this is my first comment for Linguistic Lesson...
I'm very gLad join your cLass..

to the point...this is my comment for Linguistic assignment that you have given to us Last tuesday....

CAMERA

K = voiceLess, veLar, pLosive
ae = neutraL, front, Low
m = nasaL, biLabiaL, pLosive
e = unrounded, mid, centraL
r = thriLL, mid, centraL
e = unvoiced, mid, centraL

teLL me if i made mistake,Sir...

Yasinta D.N/C1307065

Septian_s.ing 2007 said...

Good Night Mr. Agus D.P

this comment is for linguistic assigment which you gave on last Tuesday.

My answer and my opinion to the homework :

/Tail/

T = Plosive,alveolar,unvoiced
e = Mid,Front,unrounded vowels
I = Close,Front
l = Lateral,alveolar,voiceless

I am sorry Sir,if my homework any mistakes.. thanks you....

Septian R.P/c1307062

faridha_restya said...

Good Morning Sir n everybody!!!

this is my first time to write 'something' in this blog, i am sorry..

i have comment for the last presentation which told us about phonetics. is it too late to give comment?

/paenIk/

p = bilabial,stop,unvoiced
ae = unrounded,low,front
n = nasal,velar,unvoiced
I = unrounded,high,front
k = plosive,velar,unvoiced

first, do you have any comment with my 'comment' sir?
why panic? because the presenter a little panic when they presented their subject,so it made understandable, n this made me panic too, but thank goodness, Mr. DP explained us clearer.

well, actually, i don't know where i have to write my comment, is that true sir if i write on this page??

Thank you!!!

faridha Dwi. R/C1306043

eChan said...

Morning sir..
Sorry for the late.

[ eye ]
[a] = low, central, unrounded
[I] = high, front, unrounded

thank you sir.

Evi Nurindah H/C1307038/NR

kinanthi_ed'07 said...

good day Mr.DP. . .
sorry for being late to publish my comment for your assignment. . .

/f I: l/

f = voiceless, labiodental, fricative
I: = front, unrounded, high
l = lateral, voiced, alveolar


i'm sorry if i made mistake Sir,


Kinanthi W
C1307012

Indra Setiawan said...

Happy Idul Fitri day sir, My comment is
Clear
[kliә]
k: voiceless, velar, plosive
i: high, front, unrounded
l: unrounded,front,high
ә: unrounded,central,low

Thanks sir...

fida said...

good afternoon sir,
i'm very enjoy your class..
this is my comment for the task which you give last tuesday..
/i e r/

[i:] = high, front, spread / unrounded vowel
[e] = front,urrounded
[r] = thrill, mid, central

thanks..

fida aryani
C1307039

fida said...

good afternoon..

this comment is for linguistic assignment which you gave on last Tuesday.

/ill/
i : High, front, Unread
l : Lateral, alveolar, Unvoiced

i hope it is right Sir,
thank you.


sari mustika kurnia R
C1307060

^182_ said...
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^182_ said...

hiiii mr depe!!!!!

this is my first comment for class..

/k u: l/
k = unvoiced,velar,plosive
u:= vowel,nasal
l = lateral, voiced, alveolar

thanks a lot sir..

see ya!!

(intan_c1307009)

ita unreg 07 said...

hii MR. depe
sorry for being late to send my comment....
actually,I was confused about linguistic...but I try to comprehend your materials...

excessive (IksesIv)

I = High, front, Unrounded
k = unvoiced,velar,plosive
s = voiceless,fricative,alveolar
e = front,urrounded
s = voiceless,fricative,alveolar
I = High, front, Unrounded
v = voiced, labio dental, fricative

I hope it is right as you wish....

thank you so much, sir.....

TiK@SasIngA-C13_21 said...

Hello Mr.Dp..

I was glad to attend your clss yesterday because you explained clearly than before.

I hope you will give us an easy quiz for the first time.

Hopefully You will give a good mark for me.


Thank you.....

Henokh'z_backboners said...

hai...
mr dhepe...

isti07 said...

Mr depe
it is too late to post my assignment in ur blog..
today i just changed my blog. i have tried use my previous blog. but can't..
so this is my comment for the 3rd group's presentation
great=greit
g=voiced,velar,plossive
r=voiced,palato alveolar,approximant
e=unrounded,front,mid
t=high,front,spreading
nunung NONreg'07-C1307019