Exams are coming!
Get ready with premium notes and study guides!

All Educational Materials for Anderson

MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

[LINGUIST 1A03] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (37 pages long!)

OC125770937 Page
0
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03ALLFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Grammar, Vowel, Phonology

OC251381955 Page
0
Is language unique to humans? communication: human language is a method of communication used in the exchange of information, human language is symboli
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03D R.Winter

[LINGUIST 1A03] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (27 pages long)

OC125117027 Page
0
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 29 pages long!)

OC118219029 Page
0
Scientific approach of making empirical observations (observe data to find evidence for theories) to find how people use language. Takes descriptive ap
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Angela HarrisonWinter

[LINGUIST 1A03] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (36 pages long)

0
What is language? (humans: a method of communication used in the exchange of information, that is, symbolic, creative, systematic. Is language unique t
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonWinter

LINGUIST 1A03- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 24 pages long!)

OC117145224 Page
0
Bonus points can reduce up to 6% off final exam (40% instead of 46%) What is language: a method of communication used in exchange of information, that
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 39 pages long!)

OC109026139 Page
0
The science of language: simple definition, b(cid:455) s(cid:272)ie(cid:374)(cid:272)e, (cid:373)ea(cid:374)s it"s the (cid:449)a(cid:455) (cid:449)e a
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonSpring

LINGUIST 1A03 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Grammar, Vowel, Phonetic Transcription

OC100360435 Page
0
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 24 pages long!)

OC136040524 Page
0
Speakers of the uk english usually don"t pronounce the "r" sound - descriptive. The word floor is spelled with an "r" at the end so it should be pronou
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 37 pages long!)

OC109026137 Page
0
The science of language: simple definition, b(cid:455) s(cid:272)ie(cid:374)(cid:272)e, (cid:373)ea(cid:374)s it"s the (cid:449)a(cid:455) (cid:449)e a
View Document
View all (30+)

Trending

Frequently-seen exam questions from 2014 - 2018.
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonSummer

LINGUIST 1A03 Lecture 2: LINGUIST 1AA3_Week 2

OC9343359 Page
0
If a language has no written form, then it has no grammar. Grammatical : the mental grammar of your language generates this word or sentence. Un gramma
View Document
MCMASTERMEDRADSC 1B03Reggie MatthewFall

MEDRADSC 1B03 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, Toilet Seat

OC2969237 Page
0
View Document
MCMASTERCOLLAB 2F03AliSpring

COLLAB 2F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Web Browser, Web Server, International Association Of Hydrological Sciences

OC1782501 Page
0
View Document
MCMASTERCOLLAB 2F03AliSpring

COLLAB 2F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Telemedicine, Telepathology, Military Medicine

OC1782501 Page
0
View Document
MCMASTERCOLLAB 2F03AliSpring

COLLAB 2F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Unique Key, Microsoft Powerpoint

OC1782501 Page
0
View Document
MCMASTERCOLLAB 2F03AliSpring

COLLAB 2F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Electronic Health Record, Duke University Hospital, Telemedicine

OC1782502 Page
0
The questions in this quiz are based on a. Note: when answering each question, check all the answers that apply: according to p. recihertz in 1973, the
View Document
MCMASTERCOLLAB 2F03AliSpring

COLLAB 2F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Antivirus Software, Https

OC1782501 Page
0
View Document
MCMASTERCOLLAB 2F03AliSpring

COLLAB 2F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Darpa, Adobe Dreamweaver, Microsoft Visual Studio

OC1782501 Page
0
View Document
MCMASTERSOCIOL 3GG3ShawWinter

SOCIOL 3GG3 Lecture 8: SOCI 3GG3 Tutorial Worksheet Zoophilia March 2019

OC25155281 Page
0
View Document
MCMASTERECON 3HH3Svetlana DemidovaWinter

ECON 3HH3 Quiz: HW1 Answer Key V1

OC26999562 Page
0
This problem is based on the ricardian model. Gryffindor and slytherin, use troll labor to produce 2 goods, apples and candy. (a) use the information b
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonWinter

LINGUIST 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Vocal Tract, Diacritic, Joule

OC5512827 Page
54
Because we use a scientific approach to answer questions about language. Empirical means to observe data to find evidence for a theory. Linguistic obse
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Close Vowel, Complementary Distribution, Phoneme

OC5394973 Page
0
[d] is the underlying form because [t] appears after voiceless consonants and. So, that leaves us with [d] which seems to appear everywhere else but no
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Lecture 1: Introduction to Linguistics week 1 notes

Science: the way we ask questions to learn about language uses scientific approach. Empirical: observe data to find evidence for theories. O(cid:271)se
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonWinter

LINGUIST 1A03 Lecture 1: Chapter 1 VIDEO NOTES

OC25476442 Page
0
Means: the way we ask questions to learn about language uses a scientific approach. The scientific way of thinking about language involves making syste
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Dissimilation, Vocal Folds, Vowel Reduction

OC11821901 Page
42
Class 5a suprasegmentals & contrast - phonetics/phonology. Processes: articulatory adjustments that occur during the production of connected speech. As
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Anna MoroFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Lecture Notes - Voiceless Dental Fricative, Voiceless Labiodental Fricative, Voiced Dental Fricative

OC23029317 Page
99
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03D R.Winter

LINGUIST 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Pragmatics

OC12511702 Page
4
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Vocal Folds, Vocal Tract, Sonorant

OC11821902 Page
13
Features: independently controllable elements of speech sounds: many features are binary, indicated with + or - [ consonantal]: produces with major obs
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Lecture 1: LING-1A03-Lecture-1

OC5394971 Page
0
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonWinter

LINGUIST 1A03 Lecture 2: Introduction to Linguistics

The first quiz will be about topics covered in week 1 and 2 lectures, and readings. Quizzes 3-10 will be about topics covered by the lecture and readin
View Document
View all (100+)
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonWinter

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter 1-3: LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter 1-3:

OC266764324 Page
0
The science way of thinking about l involves making systematic: empirical observations--we observe data to find the evidence for our theories. All huma
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonWinter

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter 3.4: Week 8

OC5593983 Page
56
Phonemic > how a sound/word is represented in the mind. Phonetic > how a sound/word actually gets spoken (ex: allophones) We speak in allophones but he
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonWinter

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Syllabic Consonant, Vocal Tract

OC26212561 Page
0
2019 syllable has a nucleus: the peak of sonority, which is surrounded by less sonorous sounds. Vowels are the most sonorous sounds, so most syllables
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter 1: Linguistics 1A03_ Chapter 1

OC25142114 Page
0
Language defines us and linguistics is the study of how language works- how it misused, how it is acquired, and how it changes over time, how it is rep
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter 2: Linguistics 1A03_ Chapter 2

OC25142118 Page
0
This system of conscription attempts to represent each sound of human speech with a single symbol. Anyone who hears a language spoken for the first tim
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Anna MoroFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter Notes -Scottish Gaelic, Canadian Raising, Underlying Representation

OC1784045 Page
84
Definition: system of every language that makes its own particular selection from the range of possible speech sounds and organizes them into contrasts
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonWinter

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Acoustic Phonetics, Articulatory Phonetics, Vocal Folds

OC262125610 Page
0
The field of phonetics studies the sounds of human speech. When studying speech, they can be considered from two angles. Acoustic phonetics: concerned
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2.5 - 2.7: Vocal Tract, Canadian English

OC10902613 Page
0
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonWinter

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter 3.1,3.3: Week 7: Contrast and Variation (Phonology) Textbook+Module Notes

OC5593986 Page
31
Voicing, tongue placement, place of articulation, pitch, length. [plijz] vs [plijz] (alveolar approximate on l in second please!) Free versus freeee <
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonWinter

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Obstruent, Syllable

OC8772071 Page
22
Segments making up words can be associated with two different types of representations: phonological representations. Consist of phonemes that contain
View Document
View all (30+)

Most Popular

Your classmates’ favorite documents.
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

[LINGUIST 1A03] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 16 pages long Study Guide!

OC118219016 Page
238
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonWinter

LINGUIST 1A03 Study Guide - Final Guide: International Phonetic Alphabet, Articulatory Phonetics, Nasal Consonant

OC9538466 Page
45
The articulatory system enables humans to produce speech. The auditory system: open to exact frequency that humans produce. The neural system: dedicate
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Angela HarrisonWinter

[LINGUIST 1A03] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (36 pages long)

0
What is language? (humans: a method of communication used in the exchange of information, that is, symbolic, creative, systematic. Is language unique t
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonWinter

LINGUIST 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Vocal Tract, Diacritic, Joule

OC5512827 Page
54
Because we use a scientific approach to answer questions about language. Empirical means to observe data to find evidence for a theory. Linguistic obse
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Close Vowel, Complementary Distribution, Phoneme

OC5394973 Page
0
[d] is the underlying form because [t] appears after voiceless consonants and. So, that leaves us with [d] which seems to appear everywhere else but no
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

[LINGUIST 1A03] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (37 pages long!)

OC125770937 Page
0
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonSpring

LINGUIST 1A03 Study Guide - Spring 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Grammar, Vowel, Phonetic Transcription

OC100360435 Page
0
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03D R.Winter

[LINGUIST 1A03] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (27 pages long)

OC125117027 Page
0
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Study Guide - Final Guide: Acronym, Affix, Scottish Gaelic

OC7353821 Page
332
Linguistic: the study of how language works how it is used, how it is acquired, how it changed overtime, how it is represented in the brain. To create
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Study Guide - Final Guide: Complementary Distribution, Circumfix, Morpheme

OC23145138 Page
0
Peak of sonority surrounded by less sonorous sounds. Prescriptive (makes a claim) vs descriptive (describes) Glottal stop - when vocal folds close. Cat
View Document

Most Recent

The latest uploaded documents.
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonWinter

LINGUIST 1A03 Study Guide - Final Guide: Predictable Process, Minimal Pair, Phonetics

OC262125622 Page
0
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonWinter

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-5: Complementary Distribution, Allophone, Sonorant

OC262125611 Page
0
Variants within a phoneme are called allophones. Allophones: any variants that are not contrastive, that don"t lead to a meaning change, are members of
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonWinter

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter 1-3: LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter 1-3:

OC266764324 Page
0
The science way of thinking about l involves making systematic: empirical observations--we observe data to find the evidence for our theories. All huma
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Angela HarrisonWinter

LINGUIST 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Part Of Speech, Hit 105, Affix

What is a morpheme: the smallest unit of language that carries information about meaning or function, morpheme = form + meaning. Affixation & internal
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonWinter

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Syllabic Consonant, Vocal Tract

OC26212561 Page
0
2019 syllable has a nucleus: the peak of sonority, which is surrounded by less sonorous sounds. Vowels are the most sonorous sounds, so most syllables
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonWinter

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Acoustic Phonetics, Articulatory Phonetics, Vocal Folds

OC262125610 Page
0
The field of phonetics studies the sounds of human speech. When studying speech, they can be considered from two angles. Acoustic phonetics: concerned
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonWinter

LINGUIST 1A03 Lecture 1: Chapter 1 VIDEO NOTES

OC25476442 Page
0
Means: the way we ask questions to learn about language uses a scientific approach. The scientific way of thinking about language involves making syste
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Final: Midterm to Final

OC243019210 Page
0
How can we observe the mind: we can"t, we can observe language behavior , draw conclusions about the mental grammar. Are there minimal pairs?: yes: con
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Canadian English, Double Articulation, Syllabic Consonant

OC243019212 Page
0
What do we know when we know a language: how to make sounds, what the words sound like, how to create different word forms, how to combine words into s
View Document
MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine Anderson

LINGUIST 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Articulatory Phonetics, English Phonology, Word Formation

OC92180713 Page
0
Linguistics 1a03 notes linguistics is one field of the broad category of the cognitive sciences cognitive science is concerned with what goes on in the
View Document

All Materials (1,700,000)
CA (930,000)
McMaster (60,000)
LINGUIST (600)
Anderson (1)