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UCLALING 1HyamsFall

[LING 1] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (31 pages long!)

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29 Nov 2016
Features articulatory gestures speakers use to create vowels and consonants. Spelling in english is atrocious, and some other languages are too. To exp
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UCLALING 1Hyams, N.M.Spring

LING 1 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Grammar, Universal Grammar, Syntactic Category

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20 Nov 2018
In terms of function for us to communicate with each other. We have a finite set of building blocks (sounds and words) and rules on how these are combi
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UCLALING 1Yael SharvitWinter

LING 1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 41 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
The skeleton of what makes up language (building- blocks), origin and development, phonetics and syntax. A native speaker: a great difference in thinki
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UCLALING 1Torrence, W.H.Fall

LING 1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 69 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
Provides intro to scientific study of human language. Will learn to analyze linguistic data from broad range of languages. Will help gain better unders
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UCLALING 1DomainFall

[LING 1] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (64 pages long)

64 Page
29 Nov 2016
Website for up to date scheduling (times and places): registrar. Purpose: study implicit knowledge of a native language (most complex ability) Language
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UCLALING 1Sportiche DominiqueFall

LING 1 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Grammar, Verb, Shape

69 Page
20 Nov 2018
Lecture notes & homework: ln posted on ccle website end of the week. Diff from lecture slides and is not comprehensive: hw handed out in sections, to b
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UCLALING 1Hyams, N.M.Spring

LING 1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 27 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
We will be looking at subareas in this class. Speaker encode meaning into sounds (or hand shapes) Listeners decode speech sounds of hand shapes into me
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UCLALING 1Hyams, N.M.Spring

LING 1 Study Guide - Spring 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Grammar, Universal Grammar, Syntactic Category

88 Page
12 Oct 2018
In terms of function for us to communicate with each other. We have a finite set of building blocks (sounds and words) and rules on how these are combi
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UCLALING 1Hyams, N.M.Spring

LING 1- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 21 pages long!)

21 Page
6 Oct 2017
Some compound words demonstrate that human linguistic knowledge is creative. We understand these words even though we have never heard them before. The
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UCLALING 1AllSpring

LING 1 Study Guide - Regular And Irregular Verbs, Affix, Pickpocketing

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24 Sep 2014
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UCLALING 1GreenWinter

LING 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Steven Pinker, Arbitrariness, Dick Cavett

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23 Feb 2020
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UCLALING 1GreenWinter

LING 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: The Language Instinct, Markov Model, Syntactic Category

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23 Feb 2020
Corresponding to the two hypotheses that were considered in the preceding lecture notes, we discuss two possibilities. "word chain device" (formally ca
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UCLALING 1GreenWinter

LING 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Code Talker, Universal Grammar, Null-Subject Language

14 Page
23 Feb 2020
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UCLALING 1GreenWinter

LING 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Phrase Structure Rules, Pronoun

5 Page
23 Feb 2020
Ling 1 (fall 2015) supplementary reading for week 4. Syntax the study of how sentences are made up from words. It is a fact that i will visit my parent
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UCLAFall

Final Exam

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8 Apr 2019
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UCLAFall

Mid-Term

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8 Apr 2019
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UCLAFall

CHEM 14C Lecture 6: NMR worksheet #1 solutions

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14 Oct 2019
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UCLAFall

CHEM 14C Lecture 6: NMR worksheet #1

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14 Oct 2019
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UCLAFall

PSYCH 10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Psych

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15 Jul 2019
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UCLAFall

PSYCH 10 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Operant Conditioning, Reinforcement

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15 Jul 2019
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UCLALING 1Yael SharvitWinter

LING 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Cleft Sentence, Pronoun

4 Page
23 Mar 2018
Review: various syntactic rules, a rule for forming s and rules for forming nps, vps, and pps. S article nv np: [the] [cat hates] [the dog]. It makes t
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UCLALING 1Torrence, W.H.

LING 1 Lecture 5: Introduction to Phonetics

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7 Nov 2017
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UCLALING 1Torrence, W.H.

LING 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Phonological Rule, Contrastive Distribution, Complementary Distribution

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7 Nov 2017
Use these sounds to make contrasting meaning. Contrastive distribution = property of allophones of distinct phonemes. When one occurs, the other never
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UCLALING 1Sportiche DominiqueFall

LING 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cultural Artifact, Body Plan, Universal Grammar

2 Page
13 Oct 2016
9/27 class notes: languages, like faces, are superficially diverse and is important to us socially. May conceal substantial uniformity arising from sha
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UCLALING 1Sportiche DominiqueFall

LING 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cultural Artifact, Noam Chomsky, Cognitive Revolution

1 Page
24 Jul 2017
I(cid:373)pli(cid:272)it k(cid:374)owledge: thi(cid:374)gs that you k(cid:374)ow that you do(cid:374)"t k(cid:374)ow you k(cid:374)ow. Language is a co
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UCLALING 1Sportiche DominiqueFall

LING 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Null-Subject Language, Models 1, Phoneme

3 Page
25 Oct 2018
3 things to rmb: what questions we ask, what methods we use to answer them (most impt, what answers we find. A triple revolution: mentalism: the object
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UCLALING 1Torrence, W.H.

LING 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Suppletion, Contrastive Focus Reduplication, Smog

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7 Nov 2017
Morphology : the study of words: their structure, function, and distribution. Ultimate goal = to understand how words are represented in the mind of th
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UCLALING 1Torrence, W.H.

LING 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Turnitin, International Phonetic Alphabet, English Alphabet

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7 Nov 2017
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UCLALING 1HyamsFall

LING 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Mutual Intelligibility, Human Brain, Developmental Disorder

5 Page
15 Sep 2016
Small vocabulary, variable word order, single clause sentences, choppy. Language much richer than pidgin in lexicon and grammar. Children exposed to pi
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UCLALING 1HyamsFall

LING 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Dissimilation, Allomorph, Great Vowel Shift

6 Page
15 Sep 2016
Features articulatory gestures speakers use to create vowels and consonants. Spelling in english is atrocious, and some other languages are too. To exp
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UCLALING 1Torrence, W.H.

LING 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Vowel Diagram, Great Vowel Shift, Proto-Indo-European Language

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7 Nov 2017
All living languages change with time (rather slowly compared to the human life span) Many language changes are revealed in written records. Stages of
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UCLALING 1Torrence, W.H.

LING 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Blackboard, English Compound, Reduplication

9 Page
7 Nov 2017
Words = important part of linguistic knowledge and constitute a component of our mental. One can learn thousands of words in a language, yet still not
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UCLALING 1HyamsFall

LING 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-5: Coreference, Implicature, Onomatopoeia

8 Page
15 Sep 2016
The possession of language distinguishes humans from other animals. Linguistic performance comprehension combining sounds into words word formation com
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UCLALING 1HyamsFall

LING 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6-10: Artistic Language, Minimal Pair, Age 13

9 Page
15 Sep 2016
Minimal pair sound segment that occurs in the same place in each word (eg. [k d] and [k t]) Epenthesis denoted by on top of the letter adding extra sou
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UCLALING 1Hyams, N.M.Spring

LING 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-10: Categorical Perception, Colorless Green Ideas Sleep Furiously, Optimality Theory

18 Page
8 Jun 2018
Knowing a language doesn"t entail just knowing a lot of words. We unconsciously use a profound amount of knowledge when engaging in the simplest of con
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UCLALING 1AllSpring

LING 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite, Truth Condition, Lexical Semantics

8 Page
25 Sep 2014
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UCLALING 1Hyams, N.M.Winter

LING 1 Chapter 8: Chapter 8

3 Page
17 May 2018
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UCLALING 1Torrence, W.H.

LING 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Introduction: Anomic Aphasia, Autonomy And Heteronomy (Sociolinguistics), Fetus

9 Page
7 Nov 2017
Study of language = crucial to understanding the brain/mind relationship neurological basis for language. Conversely, research on the brain > helps ans
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UCLALING 1Hyams, N.M.Winter

LING 1 Chapter 6: Chapter 6

9 Page
17 May 2018
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UCLALING 1HyamsSpring

LING 1 Chapter 3: ling1_ch3

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23 Mar 2019
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LING 1- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 21 pages long!)

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UCLALING 1Torrence, W.H.Fall

LING 1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 69 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
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UCLALING 1Torrence, W.H.Fall

LING 1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Contrastive Distribution, Complementary Distribution, Part Of Speech

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18 Jan 2017
Descriptive grammar: concerned with how people actually talk. A finite set of building blocks to form an infinite set of expressions. Broca"s aphasia:
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UCLALING 1Torrence, W.H.

LING 1 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Linguistic Prescription, Turnitin, Williams Syndrome

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21 Oct 2017
You must upload to turnitin on ccle: consider the following sentence and then answer the questions below. (24 pts) i) i don"t need nothing from you. ,
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UCLALING 1HyamsFall

[LING 1] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (31 pages long!)

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29 Nov 2016
Features articulatory gestures speakers use to create vowels and consonants. Spelling in english is atrocious, and some other languages are too. To exp
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UCLALING 1Yael SharvitWinter

LING 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Cleft Sentence, Pronoun

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23 Mar 2018
Review: various syntactic rules, a rule for forming s and rules for forming nps, vps, and pps. S article nv np: [the] [cat hates] [the dog]. It makes t
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UCLALING 1Torrence, W.H.

LING 1 Lecture 5: Introduction to Phonetics

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7 Nov 2017
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LING 1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 41 pages long!)

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UCLALING 1DomainFall

[LING 1] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (64 pages long)

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UCLALING 1Hyams, N.M.Spring

LING 1 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Grammar, Universal Grammar, Syntactic Category

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LING 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Phrase Structure Rules, Noun Phrase, Cleft Sentence

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Involves breaking up a sentence and feeding it into the following formula: it is/was ___ that ___ . It was in the rain that the girl ran . It was the g
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LING 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Bound And Unbound Morphemes, Syntactic Category, Part Of Speech

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LING 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Lower Middle Class, Received Pronunciation, Phonetics

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LING 1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: American Sign Language, Fingerspelling, Sign Language

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