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MCMASTERLINGUIST 2E03Magda StroinskaFall

LINGUIST 2E03- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 99 pages long!)

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70% of what we think about someone is based on body language. We go with what we see rather than what we hear. The territorial instinct we all have cer
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LINGUIST 2E03- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 71 pages long!)

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LINGUIST 2E03- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 54 pages long!)

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LINGUIST 2E03 Study Guide - Final Guide: Online Shopping, Whistle Rymes, Linguistics

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How to do things with words (assignment 1) We spend a lot of time interacting with people face o face and electronically. How people react to what you
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LINGUIST 2E03 Study Guide - Final Guide: Euphemism, Patriot Act, Mind Control

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Logos - facts about the disease show the disease is important and devastating and not uncommon and supporting research for her is supporting research f
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LINGUIST 2E03 Study Guide - Final Guide: Vulpes, Sociolect, Conceptual Metaphor

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Etymology = how a word develops; history of a word. Definition: (from greek) to carry over, transfer; meta" beyond, over + fe"rein to bring, bear. The
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LINGUIST 2E03 Study Guide - Final Guide: Franz Boas, Immanuel Kant, Transit Bus

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MCMASTERLINGUIST 2E03Magda StroinskaFall

LINGUIST 2E03 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Abu Ghraib Torture And Prisoner Abuse, Implicature, Paul Grice

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You will be given an example of conversational implicature to explain and analyze. You need to be able to define ci, explain how it works in this case,
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LINGUIST 2E03 Study Guide - Final Guide: President Of The United States, Intertextuality, Bushism

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LINGUIST 1A03 Lecture 2: LINGUIST 1AA3_Week 2

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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
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MCMASTERMEDRADSC 1B03Reggie MatthewFall

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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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
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 2E03Magda StroinskaFall

LINGUIST 2E03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Canadian English, West Coast Of The United States, Newfoundland English

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Regional varities: dialect (different accent + lexicon + grammar, accent: regional pronunciation of the standard language. Canadian english dialects ar
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 2E03Magda StroinskaFall

LINGUIST 2E03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Canadian Martyrs, Paul Grice, Implicature

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Midterm exam review: date: thursday, october 19, 2017, time: 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm, canadian martyrs is located at 1355 main street west across the street
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 2E03Magda StroinskaFall

LINGUIST 2E03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: V Sign, Nonverbal Communication, Political Correctness

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A gesture is a form of non-verbal communication made with a part of the body. Gestures provide many ways to express a variety of feelings and thoughts,
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 2E03Magda StroinskaFall

LINGUIST 2E03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Idiolect, Sociolect, Nanaimo Bar

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Idiolect and style: language makes people - continuation. Registers: functional speech varieties: casual, use when you"re talking to friends, formal. I
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 2E03Magda StroinskaFall

LINGUIST 2E03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Geoffrey Leech, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Paul Grice

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What is necessary for a conversation to happen: 2 people+, because you can"t. What makes it good: body language to make it sound good, we can use facia
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 2E03Magda StroinskaFall

LINGUIST 2E03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Discourse Analysis, Body Language

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It is about the use of language for the purpose of communication. This course introduces students to the field of discourse analysis. We shall investig
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 2E03Magda StroinskaFall

LINGUIST 2E03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: John Searle, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Grammaticalization

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Performatives that are kind of hidden = implicit, overt = explicit. You are (hereby) charged with treason = i/we (hereby) charge you with treason. Pass
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 2E03Magda StroinskaFall

LINGUIST 2E03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Performative Utterance

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Austin argued that performative utterances are not true or false. Do they constitute a successful warning, bet, ship- naming etc. A performative that w
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LINGUIST 2E03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Rob Ford, Stout, Personal Bankruptcy

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When you say something, but you are actually performing an action. Probably in one of my drunken stupors, probably approximately about a year ago[ ] ye
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LINGUIST 2E03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Double Standard, Fawlty Towers, Implicature

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Investigate a variety of styles and registers, from conversational to the literary and academic. We will learn about theoretical approaches to textual
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LINGUIST 2E03- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 54 pages long!)

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LINGUIST 2E03 Study Guide - Final Guide: Body Language, Idiolect, Received Pronunciation

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How idiolect affects the style that you speak with. Groups of speakers, if relatively coherent, are called a speech community: eg. Canadian, mcmaster s
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LINGUIST 2E03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Canadian Martyrs, Paul Grice, Implicature

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LINGUIST 2E03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: V Sign, Nonverbal Communication, Political Correctness

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LINGUIST 2E03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Pierre Trudeau, Pierre Laporte, James Cross

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