Boring phonological rule practice

Monkeys rule

Monkey Grammarian is on legal strike at the moment. Deprived of my normal opportunities to torture students, I’ve decided to decided to release this set of practice exercises on applying phonological rules into the wilds of cyberspace, where anybody interested in practicing their low-level skills in phonological notation can use it. (Of course, if you’re one of my temporarily former students trying to use these exercises, I have no way of knowing that, but shame on you. You know I’m not allowed to anything to help you learn phonology until the university administration comes to its senses. Turn around now. Go. Git. Skedaddle. This is your last warning.)

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