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Phonology 1

LING 331 Lecture 35: LING331 December 5th
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December 5 th Trimming away suspected cases of opacity One response...

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LING 331 Lecture 34: LING331 December 2nd (conference)
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December 2 nd Conference Polish rule application According to th...

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LING 331 Lecture 33: LING331 November 30th
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November 30 th Good exam question: why are some interactions called...

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LING 331 Lecture 32: LING331 November 28th
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November 28 th Counter-feeding opacity Two processes are in a c...

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LING 331 Lecture 31: LING331 November 25th (conference)
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November 25 th Conference Phonological processes Assimilation ...

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LING 331 Lecture 30: LING331 November 23rd
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November 23 rd On the final exam, we will have to motivate a ra...

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LING 331 Lecture 29: LING331 November 21st
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November 21 st Rule application The basic problem is what to do w...

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LING 331 Lecture 28: LING331 November 18th (conference)
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November 18 th Conference Maori: Word-final deletion The underl...

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LING 331 Lecture 27: LING331 November 16th
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November 16 th What’s in a name? Many of the alternations we hav...

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LING 331 Lecture 26: LING331 November 11th (conference)
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November 11 th Conference ERC What is the idea of the ERC? Came ...

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Twelfth Night - Reference Guides

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Romeo & Juliet - Reference Guides

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English Composition - Reference Guides

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English Grammar - Reference Guides

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English Verbs - Reference Guides

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English as a Second Language - Reference Guides

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