Phonological Analysis of each Alternation in Tagalog from the data below.
Tagalog (Indonesian, Philippines) has two derivational suffixes -in and -an. These suffixes induce various alternations in the roots, as exemplified by the following data.
Propose an analysis to account for the alternations illustrated by these data. Do you need to order any of your rules with respect to each other? Explain. Illustrate your analysis with derivations for the following forms: [buksin] ‘open’, [pusdan] ‘tuft’, [dipa] ‘open’, [pulhin] ‘ask for trifles’, [gampan] ‘fulfill’, [aptin] ‘thatching’.