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LING 080- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 59 pages long!)

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LING 080 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Voiceless Labiodental Fricative, Cockney, Dental And Alveolar Flaps

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By where they"re made in your mouth/vocal tract. By what your speech organs are doing as the sound is pronounced. English orthography is inconsistent,
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LING 080 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Phoneme, Part Of Speech, Airsickness

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Level on linguistic analysis that deals w/ morphemes. The study of how morphemes join together to form words. The minimal units of linguistic form and
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LING 080 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Great Vowel Shift, Vater Percussion, Proto-Indo-European Language

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LING 080 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: English Orthography, Vocal Tract, Dental And Alveolar Flaps

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LING 080 Lecture 8: Linguistics Day 8 (September 19, 2016)

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LING 080 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Linguistic Prescription, Linguistic Description, Historical Linguistics

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Language - the use by human beings of voice sounds (or signed gestures), and often written symbols that represent these sounds, organized combos and pa
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LING 080 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Nasal Vowel, Minimal Pair, English Plurals

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LING 080 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Articulatory Phonetics, Acoustic Phonetics, Vocal Folds

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1. phonetic transcription: international phonetic alphabet (ipa) - attempts to represent every speech sound. 1. 1 units of representation: segments - i
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LING 080 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Great Vowel Shift, Indigenous Languages Of The Americas, Scottish English

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Language evolves very slowly, we can tell from written records. Old english (449-1100 ce) > middle english (1100-1500) > modern. Historical and compara
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LING 080 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Lexicalization, Polysemy, Homophony

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Semantics - the study of meaning in human language. Synonyms - words/expressions that have the same meaning in some or all contexts. Antonyms - words/p
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LING 080 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Minimal Pair, Free Variation, Phoneme

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LING 080 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Grammatical Relation, Suppletion, Reduplication

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LING 080 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Linguistic Competence

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LING 080 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Complementizer, Subcategorization, Noun Phrase

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By where they"re made in your mouth/vocal tract. By what your speech organs are doing as the sound is pronounced. English orthography is inconsistent,
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