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UTMLIN101H5Jessamyn SchertzWinter

LIN101H5- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 39 pages long!)

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Sound segments: phonetics physical properties of sounds, phonology how the sounds are organized and distributed (sound systems) Are [f] and [v] differe
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UTMLIN101H5Michelle TrobergFall

LIN100Y5 Quiz: Lin100 Quiz 1 Answers

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UTMLIN101H5Michelle TrobergFall

LIN100Y5 Quiz: Lin100 Assignment 1 Answers

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UTMLIN101H5Jessamyn SchertzWinter

LIN101H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Reduplication, African American Vernacular English, Sonority Hierarchy

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The production of written records of the sounds of language. It is basically a table filled with vowel and consonant sounds. It is important to note th
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UTMLIN101H5Jessamyn SchertzWinter

LIN101H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Allomorph, Canadian English, Syllabic Consonant

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Phonetics (lectures 2-3) (all of chapter 2) Phonology (lectures 3-5) (all of chapter 3) Morphophonemics (lecture 6) (assigned readings from chapter 4,
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UTMLIN101H5Michelle TrobergFall

LIN100Y5 Quiz: Lin100 Assignment 5 Answers

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UTMLIN101H5Arsalan KahnemuyipourFall

LIN100 Midterm Review.doc

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Modern lings are descriptivists, and not prescriptivists. Ie. they are interested in what the facts are, and not what they should be. Prescriptivists:
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UTMLIN101H5J.LeydonFall

Exam Notes.docx

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2 3 4 n: sp, t d. ] this structure impossible both structures possible ambisyllabification c. ) *(cid:224) cannot go down in sonority suddenly and then
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UTMLIN101H5Michelle TrobergFall

LIN100Y5 Quiz: Lin100 Assignment 2 Answers

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UTMMAT102H5TJSummer

MAT102H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Mathematical Induction, Truncated Icosidodecahedron

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MAT102H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Contraposition, Natural Number

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Given a real number x, let a be the phrase 1. 2 , b the phrase x z , c be the the phrase x2 = 1 , and d the phrase x = 2 . 2 < x < 5 (a) a c. Since we
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UTMMAT102H5TJSummer

MAT102H5 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: New Zealand, Negative Number, Rational Number

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UTMBIO153H5Christoph RichterWinter

BIO153H5 Midterm: Term Test Practice #2

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UTMBIO153H5Christoph RichterWinter

BIO153H5 Midterm: Term Test Practice #1

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UTMANT203H5Esteban ParraSummer

ANT203H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Lambdoid Suture, Sagittal Suture, Coronal Suture

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UTMMAT137Y5Jaimal ThindWinter

MAT137Y5 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Scilab, Limit Comparison Test, Improper Integral

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Page 1 of 4: the test is 1. 10 2. 50 on friday, march 22, 2019, in kn 137. Please arrive about 5 minutes early, so that we can start on time: please le
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UTMMAT137Y5Jaimal ThindWinter

MAT137Y5 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Minnesota State Highway 101, Minimax, Riemann Integral

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UTMLIN101H5Michelle TrobergWinter

LIN101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Cheque, Jean Berko Gleason, Bound And Unbound Morphemes

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UTMLIN101H5J.LeydonFall

LIN100Y1Y_Fall2013_Syllabus(3).pdf

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Tutorial (1 hr): tuesday 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 pm http://www. artsandscience. utoronto. ca/ofr/timetable/winter/lin. html. Starting the week of september
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UTMLIN101H5Jessamyn SchertzWinter

LIN101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Linguistic Competence, Historical Linguistics, Sound Change

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UTMLIN101H5Jessamyn SchertzWinter

LIN101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Fricative Consonant, Complementary Distribution, Epenthesis

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Allophones: slanted brackets, how sounds are produced, how they sound. Phonemes: square brackets, mental, discrete and abstract categories/ representat
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UTMLIN101H5Jessamyn SchertzWinter

LIN101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Articulatory Phonetics, Acoustic Phonetics, Auditory Phonetics

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Ipa: one sound one symbol (table 2. 12 and 2. 13; in english only: phonetic alphabet provides a one-to-one mapping between sounds and symbols (letters)
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UTMLIN101H5Michelle TrobergWinter

LIN101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Voiceless Dental Fricative, Voiceless Labiodental Fricative, Voiced Labiodental Fricative

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Chapter 2 - phonetics (i): consonants. <ough> - cough tough bough through though. Letter, no sound (silent letters) Sound, no letter (missing letters)
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UTMLIN101H5Michelle TrobergWinter

LIN101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Language Death, Obstruent, Nasalization

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"kentum tsentum sentum s ntum s tum so epenthesis came in: consonant deletion s tum, word final consonant deletion s tu, apocope, unstressed syllable d
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UTMLIN101H5Jessamyn SchertzWinter

LIN101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Canadian English, Rotokas Language, Record Producer

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Three properties to describe consonants: place of articulation, manner of articulation (how much of a constriction is there?, voicing. List the stops i
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UTMLIN101H5Jessamyn SchertzWinter

LIN101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Velar Nasal, Burping, Speech Disorder

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Early phonetic development: newborns, non-speech noises, crying, cooing, burping, 2-4 months, cooing more socially. In response to others or situations
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LIN101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Cadency, Language Change, Canadian Raising

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UTMLIN101H5Michelle TrobergWinter

LIN100Y5 Chapter 3: Lin100 Textbook Exercises Answers (Phonology)

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UTMLIN101H5Michelle TrobergWinter

LIN 101 Chapter 1: Chapter 1

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Linguistics - how language works, is used, acquired, changes, represented in the brain, etc. Also interested in how abilities/adaptations have made it
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UTMLIN101H5Michelle TrobergWinter

LIN 101 Chapter 3: Phonology (I): 3.1-3.2

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Chapter 3 textbook - phonology (i): contrasts & patterns. Phonological analysis - concerned with individual speech sound relationships or segments. [56
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UTMLIN101H5Michelle TrobergWinter

LIN100Y5 Chapter 3, page 99: Lin100 Textbook Exercise Answers + Additional Side Notes (Phonetics & Phonology)

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UTMLIN101H5Michelle TrobergWinter

LIN101H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Markedness, Communicative Competence, Critical Period Hypothesis

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UTMLIN101H5Michelle TrobergWinter

LIN101H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Vocal Tract, Vowel Reduction, Dissimilation

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Textbook: chapter 2 phonetics (ii): vowels (34)[ 2. 6] vowels. They are sounds made with the vocal tract more open. Diff vowel sounds (vowel qualities)
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UTMLIN101H5Michelle TrobergWinter

LIN101H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Nasal Vowel, Vowel Length, Phoneme

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UTMLIN101H5Michelle TrobergWinter

LIN100Y5 Chapter 3: Lin100 Phonology Exercises + Additional Side Notes

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UTMLIN101H5Michelle TrobergFall

LIN100Y5 Chapter 4: Lin100 Morphology Exercise Answers

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