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UTSCLINA02H3Eri TakahashiSpring

LINA02H3- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 37 pages long!)

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Language classi cation: genetic classi cation: group languages into families based into familiar typology, linguistic typology: based on structural cha
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LINA02 Final: Linguistics A02 Notes for Final Part 2

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Split-brain patient cannot name objects presented in their left visual field because there is no way for the visual signal to be sent to the left hemis
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UTSCLINA02H3Eri TakahashiWinter

LINA02H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hawaiian Pidgin, Universal Grammar, Bear Attack

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16 Apr 2016
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LINA02H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Inflection, Nicaraguan Sign Language, Speech Perception

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UTSCLINA02H3Eri TakahashiWinter

LINA02H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Nasal Vowel, Front Vowel, Consonant Harmony

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UTSCLINA02H3Chandan NarayanWinter

LINA02H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: First Language, Epenthesis, Markedness

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28 Feb 2013
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Bilingualism is hard to study because no one case is the same. All children learn at different rates and in different situations. Do not speak to a bab
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UTSCLINA02H3VedranWinter

Chapter 11.docx

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26 Apr 2012
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Second language learner"s speech bears resemblance to the first language french and. German speakers both speaking english (l2) sound differently: germ
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UTSCLINA02H3Chandan NarayanWinter

Exam note for all chapters exam on

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UTSCLINA02H3Eri TakahashiWinter

LINA02H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Joule, African American Vernacular English, Inferior Frontal Gyrus

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20 Jul 2016
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Critical period hypothesis believes that there is a window of time during childhood where language acquisition is best suited but if missed, language w
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UTSCLINA02H3Chandan NarayanWinter

Exam notes all chapters exam on - part 2

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17 Nov 2011
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LINB18H3 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Reflexive Pronoun, Part Of Speech

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My name and student number correspond to the name and student number associated with this blackboard account. I am completing this quiz on my own. The
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LINA01H3 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: English Orthography, Phonetic Transcription, Phonetics

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16 Oct 2018
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LINA01H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Continuant, Phonetic Transcription, Study Guide

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16 Oct 2018
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LINA01H3 Final: LINA01H3 Final Exam 2014 Fall

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16 Oct 2018
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LINA01H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Subcategorization, Back-Formation, Pickpocketing

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16 Oct 2018
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Part ii note that bracketed parts are possible permutations (other versions of the same type of question that he could ask are made by simply subbing i
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LINA01H3 Final: LINA01H3 Midterm Version A with Solutions

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16 Oct 2018
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Extra practice exercises for the midterm: grammar. Consider the data below: (in response to the claim that a news commentator predicted a particular in
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LINA01H3 Final: LINA01H3 Final Exam 2013 Fall

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16 Oct 2018
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The university of toronto"s code of behaviour on academic matters applies to all. The code prohibits all forms of academic dishonesty including, but no
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LINA01H3 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Phoneme, Minimal Pair, Complementary Distribution

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16 Oct 2018
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Extra practice exercises for the midterm: grammar. Transcribe the following words in ipa. (a) sunny (b) banana (c) (to) reject (d) arrive (e) defy (f)
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LINA01H3 Final: LINA01H3 Final Exam with Solutions

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UTSCMGFB10H3Syed AhmedWinter

MGFB10H3 Lecture 1: (4) Summer 2008 - midterm - questions

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UTSCLINA02H3Eri TakahashiWinter

LINA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Nasal Vowel, Palau, Linguistic Universal

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24 Aug 2016
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Required reading: o"grady ch. 8 (pdf posted on blackboard) and bring it to the tutorial this week: which tendencies and universals are manifested in th
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UTSCLINA02H3Eri TakahashiWinter

LINA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Linguistic Typology, Mutual Intelligibility, North Germanic Languages

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18 Jan 2016
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There are 6909 languages in the 200 countries of the world. Most languages have fewer than 10 000 speakers, nor do they have the protection of a nation
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UTSCLINA02H3Eri TakahashiWinter

LINA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Rotokas Language, Yidiny Language, Jaqaru Language

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8 Jan 2016
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Most languages have fewer than 10,000 speakers. 4/60 indigenous language spoken in canada have enough speakers to survive. Dead languages? do languages
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UTSCLINA02H3Eri TakahashiWinter

LINA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Linguistic Typology, Language Revitalization, Mutual Intelligibility

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30 Nov 2017
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Language typology: the diversity and universality found in languages. Language universals: properties that are universal among all languages. Examples
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UTSCLINA02H3Eri TakahashiWinter

LINA02 Lecture 3: LINA02 – Lecture 3 – First language Acquisition

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21 Jan 2016
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Lina02 lecture 3 first language acquisition. Midterm date: feb 25th , 2:00 3:30 in the regular classroom. Infants can discriminate any potential lingui
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UTSCLINA02H3Eri TakahashiWinter

LINA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Mcgurk Effect, Grammaticality, Speech Production

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4 Feb 2016
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Yes it is a good case for critical period. Complications that we should also consider: abuse, question of mental retardation. Maybe she appeared to be
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UTSCLINA02H3Eri TakahashiWinter

LINA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Sociolinguistics, Received Pronunciation, Abstract Window Toolkit

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17 Mar 2016
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Interactions of many complex factors, but overall, language is used to project social identity. Ethnic group + register: use of [a] instead of [o] befo
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UTSCLINA02H3Eri TakahashiWinter

LINA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Language Acquisition, Data Set, Universal Grammar

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1 Feb 2016
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Lecture 4: poverty of the stimulus; critical period. Whole object principle (gavagai case: assume new words refer to a whole object, not its parts. Thi
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UTSCLINA02H3Eri TakahashiWinter

LINA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Lexical Decision Task, Psycholinguistics, Spinach

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19 Feb 2016
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The mind imposes discrete, abstract categories which don"t exist in the physical world. Gradations in the phonetic categories are ignored. Spanish: pre
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UTSCLINA02H3Eri TakahashiWinter

LINA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Mutual Exclusivity, Bird Feeding, 18 Months

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UTSCLINA02H3Chandan NarayanWinter

Chapter 10 (*ONLY upto 10.4.2)

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2 Mar 2011
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 example: runned, children create the rule that adding ed to a word forms the past tense. 10. 1. 1 methods: most language acquisition research is done
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UTSCLINA02H3Chandan NarayanWinter

chapter 10

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15 Apr 2011
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Interdental are acquired last: new phonemic contrasts manifest themselves first in word-initial position. Thus, the /p/-/b/ contrast, for instance, is
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UTSCLINA02H3Chandan NarayanWinter

chapter 10

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Chapter 11: even learning additional third, fourth and etc languages, it is terms as. Second language acquisition: bilingualism: interesting phenomenon
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LINA02H3 Study Guide - Syntactic Category, Componential Analysis, Preposition And Postposition

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Chapter 6 semantics: the analysis of meaning semantics. The study of meaning in human language. Prime minister of canada: (e) stephen harper (i) leader
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LINA02H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Critical Period Hypothesis, Oralism, Nonsense Word

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A biologically determined window of opportunity between birth and puberty during which the brain is prepared to develop language. Evidence for critical
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LINA02H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Obstruent, Linguistic Typology, Morphological Derivation

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LINA02H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Inflection, Nicaraguan Sign Language, Speech Perception

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LINA02H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Joule, African American Vernacular English, Inferior Frontal Gyrus

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LINA02 Final: Linguistics A02 Notes for Final Part 2

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LINA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: William Labov, Yinglish, Received Pronunciation

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Ethnic gp dialect: e. g. pennsylvania dutch, yinglish, african american eng, chicano eng, italian: hist/lang contact, in-gp, pt of social identity. Ita
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LINA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Northern Cities Vowel Shift, Phoneme, Dialect Levelling

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LINA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Consonant Cluster, Interjection, Inferior Frontal Gyrus

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LINA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Eric Lenneberg, Intellectual Disability, Inflection

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Y + datalg = mglg (y: child s contribution to acquire mglg) (poverty of the stimulus) Input alone x help dev mental grammar cuz 1. Adult universally kn
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LINA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Categorical Perception, Psycholinguistics, Vocal Folds

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LINA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Morphological Typology, Greenlandic Language, Bound And Unbound Morphemes

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