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UTMLIN102H5Arsalan KahnemuyipourFall

LIN102H5- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 29 pages long!)

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No right or wrong, all language has its own interpretation. A: language is the system of sounds, words and sentence patterns used by humans to communic
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LIN102H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Thematic Relation, Clitic, Suppletion

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An authority on language tells you that you can"t talk a certain way; prescriptive. As native speakers of english, everyone agrees that it doesn"t make
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MAT223H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Quartile, Fo4, Confidence Interval

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Solutions to the questions are in bold type. A. 1 here is a comparison of blood cholesterol measurements for three groups: Which of the following state
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UTMMAT102H5Alexander RennetSummer

MAT102H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Profit Maximization, Fixed Cost, Perfect Competition

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Explain your answer: a decrease in the firm"s fixed cost will change its profits, but will not influence the firm"s decision about how much good to pro
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CHM120H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Sodium Hydroxide, Reaction Rate, Activation Energy

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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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16 Jun 2019
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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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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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BIO153H5 Midterm: Term Test Practice #1

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UTMLIN102H5Arsalan KahnemuyipourFall

LIN102H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Morphological Derivation, Affix, Nonconcatenative Morphology

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29 Dec 2015
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Roots express the core meaning of the word. Ex: true seems to be the main piece of the word untruthfulness, thus it is the. Roots vs. affixes: o root.
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UTMLIN102H5Arsalan KahnemuyipourFall

LIN102H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Phoneme, Canadian Raising, Phonological Rule

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A phoneme is a sound unit that"s in your mind (it actually has no sound; it"s just an abstract unit used to build words) An allophone is the actual sou
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UTMLIN102H5Arsalan KahnemuyipourFall

LIN 102 Lecture 2: Intro to Morphology

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29 Dec 2015
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Q: what is lexicon: it is your mental dictionary. The knowledge of various words that you have is stored in the brain"s dictionary, aka the lexicon. Th
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UTMLIN102H5Arsalan KahnemuyipourFall

LIN102H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Universal Grammar, Word Formation, Linguistic Performance

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UTMLIN102H5Arsalan KahnemuyipourFall

LIN102H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Justin Trudeau, Connotation, Denotation

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UTMLIN102H5Arsalan KahnemuyipourFall

LIN102H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Affix, Nonconcatenative Morphology, Bound And Unbound Morphemes

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No right or wrong, all language has its own interpretation. A: language is the system of sounds, words and sentence patterns used by humans to communic
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UTMLIN102H5Arsalan KahnemuyipourFall

LIN 102 Lecture 5: Introduction to Syntax

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29 Dec 2015
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UTMLIN102H5Arsalan KahnemuyipourFall

LIN102H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Part Of Speech, Affix, Phonetic Transcription

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29 Dec 2015
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Marking inflection major ways of marking inflection; Internal change; substituting one non-morphemic segment for another to mark a. How is inflection t
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UTMLIN102H5Arsalan KahnemuyipourFall

LIN102H5 Lecture 5: SampleTreesForHW#5

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6 Mar 2018
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UTMLIN102H5Arsalan KahnemuyipourFall

LIN102H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Jean Berko Gleason, Oneword

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UTMLIN102H5Arsalan KahnemuyipourFall

LIN102H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Preposition And Postposition

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To linguists, a grammar is not a book nor is it concerned with just the form of words and sentences. Rather, it is the intricate network of knowledge t
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UTMLIN102H5Arsalan KahnemuyipourFall

LIN102H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Linguistic Competence, Tnf Receptor Associated Factor, Soft Palate

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25 Feb 2016
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Vocal cords creates seal over passage to lungs. Language is the heart of all things human; it"s used when talking, listening, reading, writing and thin
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UTMLIN102H5Arsalan KahnemuyipourFall

LIN102H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Preposition And Postposition, Affix, Part Of Speech

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UTMLIN102H5Arsalan KahnemuyipourFall

LIN102H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Special Senses, Affix

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An affix that is attached to the front of its based is called a prefix, whereas an affix that is attached to the end of its based is termed a suffix. S
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UTMLIN102H5Arsalan KahnemuyipourFall

LIN102H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Articulatory Phonetics, Nasal Vowel, Acoustic Phonetics

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1 Feb 2016
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Chapter 2: phonetics - the sounds of language. The branch of linguistics known for its inventory and structure of the sounds of speech is called phonet
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UTMLIN102H5Arsalan KahnemuyipourFall

LIN102H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Nasal Consonant, Minimal Pair, Complementary Distribution

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LIN102H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Preposition And Postposition

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To linguists, a grammar is not a book nor is it concerned with just the form of words and sentences. Rather, it is the intricate network of knowledge t
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LIN102H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Phoneme, Canadian Raising, Phonological Rule

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A phoneme is a sound unit that"s in your mind (it actually has no sound; it"s just an abstract unit used to build words) An allophone is the actual sou
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LIN102H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Linguistic Competence, Tnf Receptor Associated Factor, Soft Palate

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Vocal cords creates seal over passage to lungs. Language is the heart of all things human; it"s used when talking, listening, reading, writing and thin
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UTMLIN102H5Arsalan KahnemuyipourFall

LIN102H5- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 29 pages long!)

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LIN 102 Lecture 2: Intro to Morphology

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Q: what is lexicon: it is your mental dictionary. The knowledge of various words that you have is stored in the brain"s dictionary, aka the lexicon. Th
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LIN102H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Universal Grammar, Word Formation, Linguistic Performance

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LIN102H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Justin Trudeau, Connotation, Denotation

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LIN102H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Affix, Nonconcatenative Morphology, Bound And Unbound Morphemes

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LIN102H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Regular And Irregular Verbs, Jean Berko Gleason, Tabula Rasa

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LIN102H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Reflexive Pronoun, Preposition And Postposition, Deep Structure And Surface Structure

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Comparing examples in: 1) to those in, 2) all examples of the caused-motion construction whose syntax is npx v npy pp and whose semantics involves x ca
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LIN102H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Cockroach, Componential Analysis, Justin Trudeau

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It is the study of the systematic ways in which languages structure meaning, especially in words and sentences. Denotation: covers the basic, essential
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LIN102H5 Lecture 7: Parametric Variation NOTES #7

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Capture the difference by positing that in french there is verb raising, a transformation which moves v to t. Always" is positioned as an adjunct there
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LIN102H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Subcategorization

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Merge: combines words following the x" schema. This operation moves the auxiliary in t to a new position in front of the subject. This analysis has two
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LIN102H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Referring Expression, Ditransitive Verb, Preposition And Postposition

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Phrases based off of the lexical categories i am familiar with. X" at least one, as many as the phrase requires. An np cannot be a complement to a np.
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LIN102H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Preposition And Postposition, Adjective Phrase, Cleft Sentence

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Syntax is the study of the structures of phrases and sentences in human language. The syntactic component consists of two subcomponents: a lexicon (men
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