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U OF GLING 1000Linda GerberWinter

LING 1000 Lecture Notes - Infinitive, Universal Grammar, Parse Tree

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Syntax: the part of the grammar that represents a speaker"s knowledge of sentences and their structures. Rules of syntax: principles of grammar that ac
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U OF GLING 1000Rosario GomezFall

LING 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Binomial Nomenclature, Boysenberry, Frequency Analysis

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Basic questions we ask in the study of morphology. The study of the shapes of words. What are words: strings of sounds with particular meanings. Words
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U OF GLING 1000Rosario GomezFall

LING 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Nonverbal Communication, Semiotics, Proxemics

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Semiotics: process whereby signs communicate meaning to individuals and allow they to understand the world around them and how it works. Gestures: non-
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U OF GLING 1000Linda GerberWinter

LING 1000 Lecture Notes - Silent Film, Causative, Intension

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Semantics: the study of the linguistic meanings of morphemes, words, phrases, and sentences. Lexical semantics: subfields of semantics, which is concer
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U OF GLING 1000Rosario GomezFall

LING 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Nation Language, Onomatopoeia, Celtic Languages

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Semiotics: the process whereby signs communicate meaning to individuals and allow them to understand the world around them and how it works. Telling pe
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U OF GLING 1000Rosario GomezSummer

LING 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Noam Chomsky, Adpositional Phrase, Affix

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U OF GLING 1000Rosario GomezWinter

LING 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Noah Webster, An Universal Etymological English Dictionary, Word Family

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What"s a word: difficult to define, an indivisible unit. Words added in a sentence are never added within another word: there is a potential pause befo
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U OF GLING 1000Rosario GomezWinter

LING 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Nenets Languages, Talmud, Litotes

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Study of sentence structures (word order) and the rules for forming grammatical sentences. Traditionally: the complete expression of a single thought.
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U OF GLING 1000Rosario GomezFall

LING 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Dog Bite, Hypercorrection, Speech Community

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Described as having a theme (topic) + predicate (new information) In spoken language, sentences end in falling intonation: they obey the rules of synta
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U OF GLING 1000Rosario GomezFall

LING 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Morpheme, Boysenberry, Word Formation

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Need to know whether they can stand alone or if they need to be attached to a host morpheme. Free morphemes: can stand on their own: boy, desire, gentl
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U OF GLING 1000Rosario GomezWinter

LING 1000 Lecture 1: Unit 1: What is Language?

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U OF GLING 1000Rosario GomezFall

LING 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Dacha

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Corpus (body of data - written/interview/media - evidence!) Yes we have intuitions but we want a more systematic study! Start w/ intuition, then collec
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