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. Phonological Analysis (26 pts)First, transcribe your child speech data using IPA system. Then answer the following questions:(1) Based on the place of articulation, manner of articulation and voicing table, find out what kind of consonants this child produces the most and the least. What patterns do you find in this child’s consonant production? Next, analyze your child’s vowel production. [review your in-class activity for Week8, 10 on how to tally/calculate the data](2) Do results of your analyses match “ General patterns of phonological acquisition” discussed in class, how so? Any “child phonological rules” used by the child (provide at least 2 examples please)?(3) Provide an overall assessment on this child’s phonological development status as if you were to report it to his/her parents. 2. Morphological Analysis (7 pts) — (1) What is the MLU count (include total number of morphemes and utterances)? (2) Does this match the stages of grammatical development proposed in the MLU handout? (Include MLU work sheet in your appendices), (3) Based on “Brown’s 13 morphemes”, can you predict what comes next for this child in terms of morphological development? How so (provide examples from the speech data)?3. Syntax/ semantic relation (8pts) – do you notice any examples of (1) syntactic development (2) semantic relation development (File 8.3) that would point to this child’s language development stage? 4. Conclusion paragraph (7 pts): (1) Find a peer-reviewed journal article on phonological, morphological or syntactic/semantic development (select one aspect only) related to your findings. —make sure you clearly establish the connection between your assigned child’s speech performance and the article. (approximately 100 words from the article without using direct quates) (2) include 3 quotes(please use correct APA in text citation format) from your text in the conclusion paragraph to connect your data with the text. [You could also choose to integrate these 3 quotes in ending paragraph for any of the above sections]