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BROCK ULING 2P50Ron ThomsonFall

LING 2P50 Study Guide - Final Guide: Articulatory Phonetics, Vowel Diagram, Auditory Phonetics

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Articulatory phonetics: branch of phonetics dealing with how sounds are made. Acoustic phonetics: focus on sounds as they are used in human language. A
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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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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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ECON 1P91 Midterm: IMG_20140115_0001 copy 8

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ECON 2P23 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Demand Curve

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

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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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ECON 1P91 Midterm: Midterm copy 9

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ECON 1P91 Midterm: IMG_20140115_0001 copy 6

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BROCK UECON 1P91Marilyn CottrellFall

ECON 1P91 Final: IMG_20140302_0001 copy 3

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BROCK ULING 2P50Ron ThomsonFall

LING 2P50 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Thyroid Cartilage, Palatine Uvula, Falsetto

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Don"t confuse spectrographs with spectrograms (converts sounds into darker regions-formants)! Accesses sound signal frequently and allows every harmoni
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BROCK ULING 2P50Ron ThomsonFall

LING 2P50 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Vocal Folds, Phonetics, Phoneme

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LING 2P50 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Homorganic Consonant, Coarticulation, Dune

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A sound cannot be unreleased and overlapping at the same time. you must have two sounds that area at two different places of articulation in order to h
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BROCK ULING 2P50Ron ThomsonFall

LING 2P50 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: General American, Vocal Tract, Record Producer

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Is /i/ always an /i/ ex. beat vs. seat vs keep. Dialects: variations within a language defined by geography, social context, etc. Accent: specific to d
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LING 2P50 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Vocal Folds, Tuning Fork, Vocal Tract

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Your brain hears like a chord and have to determine what notes make it up. Complex vibrations can be described as a group of simple vibrations. Intensi
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BROCK ULING 2P50Ron ThomsonFall

LING 2P50 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Acoustic Phonetics, Giovanni Battista Morgagni, Ligament

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Adjustments that can be made to the vocal folds. Vot time before the onset of voicing when producing a consonant before the vowel starts. Air movements
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BROCK ULING 2P50Ron ThomsonFall

LING 2P50 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Cardinal Vowels, Scottish Gaelic

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Height and backness refer to the location of the highest point of the tongue (ex. is it at the front or back of the mouth or is it central) Rounding re
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BROCK ULING 2P50Ron ThomsonFall

LING 2P50 Lecture 3: 3

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Lack of control and/or too difficult: implode not implode; space not space. Aspiration on voiceless stop at beginning of stressed syllable. Aspiration
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LING 2P50 Lecture 6: 6

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Ex. in sherbro (west africa, sierra leone) [kp]; bura (nigeria) Voiced: low amplitude noise heard (how?-hearing lower pitched there is closure and nois
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LING 2P50 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Darth Vader, Palatal Nasal, Velar Nasal

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Syllables, phonotactics, stress, intonation (signified by pitch), rhythm, tone. In english we do not have the following words: spuk, nam, pfal. No / /
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LING 2P50 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Nasal Release, Laminal Consonant, Bulgarian State Railways

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/phonemic/phonological: level of the main, single letter represented by 2. Aspiration: puff of air from voiceless stops [p, t, k] indicated by [h] rais
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LING 2P50 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Creaky Voice, Murmured Voice, Falsetto

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Larynx: complex structure composed of cartilages held together by ligaments and supporting several muscles. Vocal folds: crucial to sound production; 2
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BROCK ULING 2P50Ron ThomsonFall

LING 2P50 Chapter 14: chap 14

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Suprasegmentals: linguistically important phenomena; length, stress, pitch, intonation. Syllable ( ): phonological unit of organisation containing one
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BROCK ULING 2P50Ron ThomsonFall

LING 2P50 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Snoring, Palatine Uvula, Esophagus

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Articulatory phonetics: deals with the production of sounds. Acoustic phonetics: studies the vibrations of speech sounds. Auditory phonetics: study of
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BROCK ULING 2P50Ron ThomsonFall

LING 2P50 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6, 8: Vowel Shift, African American Vernacular English, South African Americans

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LING 2P50 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Nasal Consonant, Nasalization, Accidental Gap

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Lax- monophthongs /i, , , , / / / Phonotactics: description of the distributional possibilities of sounds. Open syllable: one which ends in a vowel or
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BROCK ULING 2P50Ron ThomsonFall

LING 2P50 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9-10: Laminal Consonant, Postalveolar Consonant, Palatine Uvula

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Vowels: described along 3 dimensions: height, backness, and rounding. / / (phonetically it"s a single segment= [ ]) rhotacised/rhotic vowel. Rhotacised
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LING 2P50 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Vocal Tract, Lateral Clicks, Air Mass

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Air stream mechanism: sets the air in motion. Initiator: anatomical organ whose action sets the air stream in motion. Boyle"s law: the pressure of a ga
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BROCK ULING 2P50Ron ThomsonFall

LING 2P50 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Mid Central Vowel, Fairy, Received Pronunciation

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Ling 2p50 chapter 2 notes: basic sounds of english. Sounds are divided into 2 categories: segments (vowels and consonants) and suprasegmentals (stress,
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LING 2P50 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Speech Organ, Syllable, Formant

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LING 2P50 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Snoring, Palatine Uvula, Esophagus

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LING 2P50 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Homorganic Consonant, Coarticulation, Dune

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LING 2P50 Chapter 14: chap 14

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Suprasegmentals: linguistically important phenomena; length, stress, pitch, intonation. Syllable ( ): phonological unit of organisation containing one
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LING 2P50 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Vocal Tract, Lateral Clicks, Air Mass

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Air stream mechanism: sets the air in motion. Initiator: anatomical organ whose action sets the air stream in motion. Boyle"s law: the pressure of a ga
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LING 2P50 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Vocal Folds, Tuning Fork, Vocal Tract

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Your brain hears like a chord and have to determine what notes make it up. Complex vibrations can be described as a group of simple vibrations. Intensi
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LING 2P50 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Creaky Voice, Murmured Voice, Falsetto

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LING 2P50 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Speech Organ, Syllable, Formant

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