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Articulatory phonetics: interested in how sounds are produced by the vocal tract. Acoustic phonetics: interested in the physical properties of sounds.
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UOTTAWALIN 1300Laura KastronicFall

[LIN1300] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 31 pages long Study Guide!

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Internal structure of words; formed from smaller meaningful pieces and from other words. Root: word that another word is based on. Parts of speech, cla
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UOTTAWALIN 1300Kyumin KimFall

LIN 1300 Study Guide - Final Guide: Vocal Tract, Categorical Perception, Phoneme

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UOTTAWALIN 1300Laura KastronicFall

LIN 1300 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hyponymy And Hypernymy, Part Of Speech, Universal Grammar

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UOTTAWALIN 1300Kathleen BrannenFall

LIN 1300 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Semiotics, Arbitrariness, Phoneme

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Animal communication and the design features of language: terms to. Interchangeability: all members of the species can send and receive messages. Feedb
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UOTTAWALIN 1300Laura Michelle KastronicFall

LIN1300 Midterm: LIN1300 Midterm 1 Review

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Linguistics is the scientific study of language. We study language, not a language or languages. It is scientific because it adheres to scientific idea
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UOTTAWALIN 1300Laura KastronicFall

LIN 1300 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Sonorant, Back Vowel, Minimal Pair

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Cultural transmission: some aspeccts acquired thru interaction w others. Evidence: many forms for meaning (except for obomatopoeia, sound symbolism) Di
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UOTTAWALIN 1300Laura KastronicFall

LIN 1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Universal Property, Language Change, Pragmatics

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UOTTAWALIN 1300Kathleen BrannenFall

LIN 1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Articulatory Phonetics, Acoustic Phonetics, English Orthography

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Phonetics studies the sounds of speech: phones. There are lots of different consonants and vowels in the languages of the world. Each language uses a s
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UOTTAWALIN 1300Laura KastronicFall

LIN 1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Speech Community, Code-Switching, Diaphoneme

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November 23rd 2016: abstraction : canadian french", american english". These give the impression that languages are discrete, self-contained entities t
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UOTTAWALIN 1300Kathleen BrannenFall

LIN 1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Articulatory Phonetics, Acoustic Phonetics, Auditory Phonetics

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Study of the most minimal units that make up a language (spoken language=speech. Acoustic phonetics : the study of the transmission/ physical propertie
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UOTTAWALIN 1300Laura Michelle KastronicFall

LIN 1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: The Chairs, Part Of Speech, Inflection

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Subfield of linguistics that studies the internal structure of words. Well, strange to say, but we don"t have a good definition, and different sub disc
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UOTTAWALIN 1300Laura KastronicFall

LIN 1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Vocal Tract, Grapheme, Phonotactics

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Phonetics is the study of speech sounds as physical entities: how they are produced in the vocal tract, what their articulatory and acoustic properties
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UOTTAWALIN 1300Laura KastronicFall

LIN 1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Perfective Aspect, Preposition And Postposition, Bouncy Ball

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Has to do with how sentences and phrases can be constructed out of smaller phrases and words. Native speakers of a language are uniquely qualified to d
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UOTTAWALIN 1300Laura Michelle KastronicFall

LIN 1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Affricate Consonant, Vocal Folds, Grapheme

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Articulatory phonetics: interested in how sounds are produced by the vocal tract. Acoustic phonetics: interested in the physical properties of sounds.
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UOTTAWALIN 1300Laura KastronicFall

LIN 1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Katakana, Logogram, Devanagari

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Competence vs performance, description vs prescription, design features of a language. Penmanship, style, writing system (use of graphic marks to repre
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UOTTAWALIN 1300Laura KastronicFall

LIN 1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Paul Grice, Tacit Knowledge, Hyponymy And Hypernymy

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UOTTAWALIN 1300Laura Michelle KastronicFall

LIN 1300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Egressive Sound, Sonorant, Articulatory Phonetics

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UOTTAWALIN 1300Kathleen BrannenFall

LIN 1300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Word Grammar, Linguistic Performance, Linguistic Prescription

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UOTTAWALIN 1300Laura KastronicFall

LIN 1300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Linguistic Universal, Feral Child, Universal Grammar

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Children need to acquire grammar, not just words, which is not explicitly stated. L1: babbling first words 1-word stage 2-word stage complex structures
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UOTTAWALIN 1300Laura Michelle KastronicFall

LIN 1300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Critical Period Hypothesis, Eric Lenneberg, Language Acquisition

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Many people believe language is what sets humans apart from other animals. Languages are highly complex and sophisticated systems. A predominant theory
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UOTTAWALIN 1300Laura Michelle KastronicFall

LIN 1300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Phoneme, Speech Perception, Speech Synthesis

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Both computers and people can be considered information processing systems. A number of the processing tasks that humans carry out with language can be
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UOTTAWALIN 1300Laura KastronicFall

LIN 1300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Motor Cortex, Visual Cortex, Neurolinguistics

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LIN 1300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Syntactic Category, Grammaticality, Principle Of Compositionality

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Linguistic expressions: a piece of language with certain form/meaning/syntactic properties. Grammaticality judgement: reflection of mental grammar, dec
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UOTTAWALIN 1300Laura KastronicFall

LIN 1300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Grapheme, For Against

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Use of graphic marks systematically to represent specific linguistic utterances. Buuttt writing allows to communicate all specific ideas accurately and
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UOTTAWALIN 1300Laura KastronicFall

LIN 1300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Target Text, Speech Synthesis, Machine Translation

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Speech synthesis: using machine to produce human-like speech. Synthesized speech: piecing smaller record speech units into new utterances. Isolated wor
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UOTTAWALIN 1300Laura KastronicFall

LIN 1300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Diglossia

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