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UTMLIN101H5Arsalan KahnemuyipourFall

LIN101H5 Lecture Notes - X Window System, Points Of The Compass, United World Wrestling

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UTMLIN101H5Jessamyn SchertzWinter

LIN101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Articulatory Phonetics, Acoustic Phonetics, Auditory Phonetics

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Ipa: one sound one symbol (table 2. 12 and 2. 13; in english only: phonetic alphabet provides a one-to-one mapping between sounds and symbols (letters)
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UTMLIN101H5Jessamyn SchertzWinter

LIN101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Linguistic Competence, Historical Linguistics, Sound Change

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UTMLIN101H5Jessamyn SchertzWinter

LIN101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Cadency, Language Change, Canadian Raising

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UTMLIN101H5Jessamyn SchertzWinter

LIN101H5 Lecture 10: Sociolinguistics

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Genie: no two people speak in the exact same way. 1: the standard, speech communities that have a number of dialects but favour one over the others, st
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UTMLIN101H5Jessamyn SchertzWinter

LIN101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Contrastive Distribution, Phoneme, Nasal Vowel

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Sound segments: phonetics physical properties of sounds, phonology how the sounds are organized and distributed (sound systems) Are [f] and [v] differe
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UTMLIN101H5Jessamyn SchertzFall

LIN101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Phonetics, Voiced Labiodental Fricative, Audiology

In english: the same symbol (letter) can represent different sounds, city vs. cat, the same sound can be represented by different symbols (letters, cit
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UTMLIN101H5Jessamyn SchertzWinter

LIN101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Canadian English, Rotokas Language, Record Producer

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Three properties to describe consonants: place of articulation, manner of articulation (how much of a constriction is there?, voicing. List the stops i
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UTMLIN101H5Michelle TrobergWinter

LIN101H5 Lecture Notes - Articulatory Phonetics, Phonetic Transcription, Auditory Phonetics

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UTMLIN101H5Michelle TrobergWinter

LIN101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Nasal Consonant, Canadian English, Canadian Raising

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UTMLIN101H5J.LeydonFall

LIN100Y1Y_Fall2013_Syllabus(3).pdf

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Tutorial (1 hr): tuesday 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 pm http://www. artsandscience. utoronto. ca/ofr/timetable/winter/lin. html. Starting the week of september
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UTMLIN101H5Jessamyn SchertzWinter

LIN101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Velar Nasal, Burping, Speech Disorder

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Early phonetic development: newborns, non-speech noises, crying, cooing, burping, 2-4 months, cooing more socially. In response to others or situations
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