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Class Notes for LING101 at University of Alberta (U OF A)

U OF ALING101Marina BlekherWinter

LING101 Lecture Notes - Logical Consequence, Lexicalization, Polysemy

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U OF ALING101Marina BlekherWinter

LING101 Lecture Notes - Epenthesis, Palatine Uvula, Dissimilation

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U OF ALING101Timothy MillsFall

LING 101 (09/13/13) Semantic Review & Applications

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U OF ALING101Marina BlekherWinter

LING101 Lecture Notes - Diphthong

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U OF ALING101Rebekka PuderbaughSummer

LING101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Minimal Pair, Intensify, Ketchup

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Phonetics: speech sounds, articulation ~ how they are pronounced, acoustics ~ how they behave as physical objects, perception ~ how they are perceived,
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U OF ALING101Marina BlekherWinter

LING101 Lecture Notes - Thematic Relation

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U OF ALING101Evangelia DaskalakiWinter

LING 101 Lecture 1: Semantic Review For Final

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U OF ALING101Rebekka PuderbaughSummer

LING101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Gottlob Frege, Lexical Semantics, Principle Of Compositionality

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Hesperus ~ first star that could see at night, the evening star phosphorous ~ the first star in the morning, the morning star later discovered they wer
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U OF ALING101Timothy MillsFall

LING101 Lecture Notes - Language Acquisition, Historical Linguistics, Morpheme

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Linguistic competence implicitly knowing about the structures/meanings in our language(s) That"s because this knowledge is stored in your subconscious
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U OF ALING101Rebekka PuderbaughSummer

LING101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Lexical Verb, Auxiliary Verb, Part Of Speech

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U OF ALING101Rebekka PuderbaughSummer

LING101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Vocal Tract, Palato-Alveolar Consonant, Record Producer

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2. 3 passive = can not move on their own, act as structures for the active articulators to interact with. 1. 1 the entire structure ~ cartilage, muscle
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U OF ALING101Timothy MillsFall

LING101 Lecture Notes - Homograph, Grammaticalization, Homophone

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