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BROCK ULING 1F94Veena DwivediFall

[LING 1F94] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (24 pages long)

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[ow] mid back rounded tense vowel: [sowk] soak, crow. [ ] mid central unrounded lax vowel: [sowf ] sofa. [ ] mid central unrounded lax vowel: [b t] but
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BROCK ULING 1F94Veena DwivediFall

LING 1F94- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 35 pages long!)

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The study of words and word formation. A word is a free form that can move in a sentence and has meaning. Derivational affix changes meaning or syntact
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BROCK ULING 1F94Veena DwivediFall

[LING 1F94] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (45 pages long)

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Language is made up of sounds, words and sentences. New words and sentences are made up all the time: creativity of language. Language (verbal) is a fo
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BROCK ULING 1F94Veena DwivediFall

LING 1F94- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 18 pages long!)

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A word is not a sequence of letters because orthographic systems do not equal language. The reality of language does not depend on writing, it is creat
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BROCK ULING 1F94Veena DwivediFall

LING 1F94 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: International Phonetic Association, Murmured Voice, Vocal Tract

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Segments are basic individual speech sounds, can be described by their articulatory properties. The syllable is a linguistic/phonological category, str
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BROCK ULING 1F94Veena DwivediFall

LING 1F94 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: International Phonetic Association, Murmured Voice, Vocal Folds

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No, because it is an unambiguous system of representation. A single letter may represent different sounds: ex: psycho is not pronounced like its spelli
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BROCK ULING 1F94Veena DwivediFall

LING 1F94 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Universal Grammar, Grammatical Number, Accusative Case

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Each human language takes its constraints from this universal set. Ex: asking a question requires intonation change. No, other learning principles coul
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BROCK ULING 1F94Ron ThomsonWinter

LING 1F94 Study Guide - Final Guide: Obstruent, Pragmatics, Preposition And Postposition

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Marked: structures that are complex and uncommon in human language. Unmarked: structures that are simple and common in human language. Markedness: pred
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BROCK ULING 1F94Veena DwivediFall

LING 1F94 Study Guide - Final Guide: Affix, Appalachian English, Phoneme

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Pronouns are words that refer to aforementioned nouns and replace them. Transitive verb are action verbs that have a direct object receiving the action
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BROCK ULING 1F94Veena DwivediFall

LING 1F94 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Morphological Derivation, Bound And Unbound Morphemes, Allomorph

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S is not a word because it cannot occur on its own. The smallest free form found in language that carries meaning. Can be simple, comprised of one morp
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BROCK UFNCE 2P91Geoffrey HooverWinter

FNCE 2P91 Final: FNCE 2P91 - 2006 Final Exam

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FNCE 2P91 Study Guide - Final Guide: Capital Asset Pricing Model, Risk-Free Interest Rate, Sensitivity Analysis

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BROCK UACTG 1P91Jennifer LiWinter

ACTG 1P91 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Cash Flow Statement, Retained Earnings

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Sample review problems: property, plant and equipment. On june 1, 2014, niagara corporation purchased a machine to process steel. ,000,000 was purchase
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BROCK UERSC 1P92Rick CheelWinter

ERSC 1P92 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Metamorphic Rock, Metasedimentary Rock, Deductive Reasoning

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Ersc 1p92 assignment 2: first of all, a rock is defined as a solid material that was naturally formed and contains minerals inside of it. Out of the th
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BROCK UERSC 1P92Rick CheelWinter

ERSC 1P92 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Seismic Wave, Hypocenter, Epicenter

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Ersc 1p92 assignment 3: an earthquake consists of a few different parts, which are the focus or hypocenter, epicenter, wave front, and ray path. These
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BROCK UECON 2P23Joseph KushnerFall

ECON 2P23 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Marginal Revenue, Demand Curve, Marginal Cost

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BROCK UECON 2P42Kaine Fall

ECON 2P42 Study Guide - Final Guide: Externality, Net Impact, International Trade

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Question 1) in the context of teams as public goods, discuss how cities can benefit from facilities and events. (hint externalities, tax revenue, multi
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BROCK UECON 2P23Joseph KushnerFall

ECON 2P23 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Demand Curve

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BROCK UECON 2P42Kaine Fall

ECON 2P42 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Price Discrimination, Vertical Integration, Pearson Education

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1. discuss team goals and how they influence behavior (maximize profits or minimize wins)) 2. with reference to the following analyze revenues and oper
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BROCK UECON 1P91Marilyn CottrellFall

ECON 1P91 Final: IMG_20140302_0001 copy 3

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BROCK ULING 1F94Veena DwivediWinter

LING 1F94 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Smog, Informant, Voiceless Alveolar Fricative

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Whitehouse (president house) vs. white house (literally a white colored: stress house, inflection can only occur on the end of the compound. I live nex
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BROCK ULING 1F94Ron ThomsonWinter

LING 1F94 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Cognitive Psychology, Phonetics, Markedness

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What are some challenges: limited environment, obsessed with getting it right, but there are things that inhibit the ability to learn, lack of free tim
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BROCK ULING 1F94Veena DwivediWinter

LING 1F94 Lecture 6: LING 1F94 6

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Ling 1f94 lecture: syntax cont: syntactic constituents. Linguistic expressions: any piece of language, including words and phrases that have a cerain f
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BROCK ULING 1F94Ron ThomsonWinter

LING 1F94 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Descriptive Knowledge, Procedural Knowledge, Communicative Competence

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Second language acquisition continued: l2 morphology. Interesting that be" verbs are acquired earlier in l2. Adults are already aware of be" verbs, and
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BROCK ULING 1F94Veena DwivediFall

LING 1F94 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Diphthong

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BROCK ULING 1F94Veena DwivediFall

LING 1F94 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Intransitive Verb, Impossible Object, Innateness Hypothesis

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Language is made up of sounds, words and sentences. New words and sentences are made up all the time: creativity of language. Language (verbal) is a fo
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BROCK ULING 1F94Ron ThomsonWinter

LING 1F94 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Audiology, Phatic Expression, Jean Berko Gleason

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Phonological development: newborns hard-wired for speech sounds, prefer parents" voices at two days" old. Recognizing their parents" tone and pitch and
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BROCK ULING 1F94Veena DwivediFall

LING 1F94 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Dental And Alveolar Flaps, Vocal Tract

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Tongue is raised to alveolar ridge but sides are down for lateral [l] Some languages lack liquids or only have one. Some english words are difficult fo
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BROCK ULING 1F94Veena DwivediFall

LING 1F94 Lecture 8: Lecture Notes: November 17 2016

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BROCK ULING 1F94Veena DwivediFall

LING 1F94 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Syntactic Category, Adpositional Phrase, Adverbial Phrase

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A word is a sequence of speech sounds that follow phonotactic constraints and has meaning. A sentence is a sequence of words that follow syntactic rule
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BROCK ULING 1F94Veena DwivediFall

LING 1F94 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Vocal Folds, Appalachian English, Word Formation

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Evolution created capacity for language in humans not found in other species. Speech organs are the lungs, larynx, tongue, teeth, lips and nasal passag
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BROCK ULING 1F94Veena DwivediFall

LING 1F94 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2-4: Acoustic Phonetics, Palatine Uvula, Labiodental Consonant

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BROCK ULING 1F94Veena DwivediFall

LING 1F94 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Soft Palate, Air Mass, Affricate Consonant

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BROCK ULING 1F94Veena DwivediFall

[LING 1F94] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (24 pages long)

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[ow] mid back rounded tense vowel: [sowk] soak, crow. [ ] mid central unrounded lax vowel: [sowf ] sofa. [ ] mid central unrounded lax vowel: [b t] but
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BROCK ULING 1F94Veena DwivediFall

LING 1F94 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: International Phonetic Association, Murmured Voice, Vocal Tract

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Segments are basic individual speech sounds, can be described by their articulatory properties. The syllable is a linguistic/phonological category, str
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BROCK ULING 1F94Veena DwivediFall

LING 1F94 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: International Phonetic Association, Murmured Voice, Vocal Folds

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No, because it is an unambiguous system of representation. A single letter may represent different sounds: ex: psycho is not pronounced like its spelli
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BROCK ULING 1F94Veena DwivediFall

[LING 1F94] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (45 pages long)

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Language is made up of sounds, words and sentences. New words and sentences are made up all the time: creativity of language. Language (verbal) is a fo
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BROCK ULING 1F94Veena DwivediFall

LING 1F94 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Morphological Derivation, Bound And Unbound Morphemes, Allomorph

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S is not a word because it cannot occur on its own. The smallest free form found in language that carries meaning. Can be simple, comprised of one morp
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BROCK ULING 1F94Ron ThomsonWinter

LING 1F94 Study Guide - Final Guide: Obstruent, Pragmatics, Preposition And Postposition

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Marked: structures that are complex and uncommon in human language. Unmarked: structures that are simple and common in human language. Markedness: pred
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BROCK ULING 1F94Veena DwivediFall

LING 1F94 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Universal Grammar, Grammatical Number, Accusative Case

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Each human language takes its constraints from this universal set. Ex: asking a question requires intonation change. No, other learning principles coul
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BROCK ULING 1F94Veena DwivediFall

LING 1F94- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 35 pages long!)

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The study of words and word formation. A word is a free form that can move in a sentence and has meaning. Derivational affix changes meaning or syntact
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BROCK ULING 1F94Veena DwivediFall

LING 1F94 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Vocal Folds, Appalachian English, Word Formation

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Evolution created capacity for language in humans not found in other species. Speech organs are the lungs, larynx, tongue, teeth, lips and nasal passag
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BROCK ULING 1F94Ron ThomsonWinter

LING 1F94 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Conceptual System, Componential Analysis, Connotation

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Viewing language as a complex system/fractal and what that means in general terms. How speech sounds are made (e. g. basic articulators as per seminar
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LING 1F94 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Word Formation, Syntactic Category, Bound And Unbound Morphemes

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LING 1F94 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Accusative Case, Genitive Case, Syntactic Category

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Prescriptive rules come from explicit teaching of language. Language us a marker of social identity: all words can be described by syntactic categories
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LING 1F94 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Noam Chomsky, Functional Theories Of Grammar, Verb

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LING 1F94 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Noam Chomsky, Linguistic Prescription

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LING 1F94 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Syntactic Category, Adpositional Phrase, Adverbial Phrase

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