While there are many introductory textbooks for phonology, I find they typically contain too few problem sets to offer students sufficient practice in analysis. Even fewer are collections of exercises that approach phonology from a typological perspective. I offer here some materials of my own design based on real data from lesser known languages. I’ll add more as they become available.

Kisi nasalization, Sierra Leona, Atlantic genus, short exercise.

Sawai labials, Indonesia, West Halmahera genus, short exercise.

Qiang fricatives and rhotics, Tibeto-Burman, long exercise.

Wano stops, Papua New Guinea, long exercise.

Kisar labiovelar, Indonesia, South Maluku genus, short exercise.

Papuan Malay vowels, Indonesia, Malayic genus, long exercise.