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LING316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Trademark Infringement, Language Death, Language Change

Bilingualism -​ Social value of languages in competition -​ Individual and societal bilingualism -​ Pidgins and Creoles -​ Language death Language and...

Linguistics
LING316
Terry Nadasdi
LING316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Language Shift, French Community Of Belgium, Language Death

Tuesday, September 30, 14 Chambers Review Canadian English is quite uniform. -​ “The first group there has the most influence” ...

Linguistics
LING316
Terry Nadasdi
LING316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Term Paper, Noam Chomsky, Sociolinguistics

Review -​ A grammatical error is something no native speaker would utter -​ What many people call an error is simply a non standard feature -​ The use of a standard versu...

Linguistics
LING316
Terry Nadasdi
LING204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Accusative Case, Count Noun, Syntactic Category

Word classes Lexical vs. Functional Classes - Lexical o main classes with a semantic concept. o Open class (easy to create new words/can be renewed) o Acquired before f...

Linguistics
LING204
Evangelia Daskalaki
LING204 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Inductive Reasoning, Deductive Reasoning

Ling 204 Lecture 1 and 2 Syntax: How to combine words with each other to make sentences. Using 2 negatives in 1 sentence isn’t ungrammatical. It is just not the standard. Just because standard English is codified do...

Linguistics
LING204
Evangelia Daskalaki
LING101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Minimal Pair, Intensify, Ketchup

Lec 1, July 7, 2015 Linguistics • the scientific study of natural human language why is it a science, why is it relevant • • linguist • studies language • describe languages (s...

Linguistics
LING101
Rebekka Puderbaugh
LING101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Bound And Unbound Morphemes, Affix, Part Of Speech

Allophones question ~ are [p] and[b] predictable in english? ie. are they allophones? reminder: allophones are similar sounds that can be predicted by what occurs around them no - can not ...

Linguistics
LING101
Rebekka Puderbaugh
LING101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Phrase Structure Rules, Intransitive Verb, Part Of Speech

Aug 6, 2015 Lexical and non-lexical (functional) items combine to form clauses and sentences Clause a stand-...

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

Aug 4, 2015 Syntax how words fit together to form clauses, phrases, and sentences grammatical - speakers of the language generally ...

Linguistics
LING101
Rebekka Puderbaugh
LING101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Grammaticalization, Evidentiality, Predicable

Lecture 3, July 14 2015 Semantics Conceptual System Metaphor understanding one concept in terms of another may be conventionalize...

Linguistics
LING101
Rebekka Puderbaugh
LING101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Ingressive Sound, Voiceless Alveolar Fricative, Vocal Folds

Lecture 5 July 21, 2015 Transcription - Stress Stressed syllable a syllable with greater volume, pitch, and/or length main stres...

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

Lecture 4 July 16 2015 Phonetics II Review Phonetics vs orthography mechanics of speaking articulation of language sounds ...

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

Lecture 2 July 9, 2015 Semantics 1: Sense and Reference, Semantic Relations Semantics: study of meaning in language lexical semantics~ ...

Linguistics
LING101
Rebekka Puderbaugh
LING 101 Lecture 1: Semantic Review For Final
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Linguistics
LING101
Evangelia Daskalaki
LING 204 Lecture 4: linguistic 204 (4)

Help centre: ASH 470 Tuesday 3:304:50 Wed 4:005:00Today:Theory of languageAcquisition Distinguishing Theories theory vs. scientic theory In one of his most famous works, Aspects of the Theory of Syntax (1965), Chomsky trie...

Linguistics
LING204
Karsten Koch

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