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Class Notes for Linguistics at University of Toronto Mississauga (page 5)

LIN228H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Postalveolar Consonant, Alveolar Ridge, Vocal Folds
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LIN228 Textbook/Lecture Notes Chapter 1: Branches of Phonetics: - Articulatory phonetics deals with the production of sounds (anatomy). - Acoustic phonetics deals with the vibrations of speech soun...

Linguistics
LIN228H5
Ivan Chow
LIN231H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Affix, Lexeme, Algonquian Languages
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- Isolating languages: free morphemes put together to make a sentence, its rare to have bound morphemes. For each meaning, theres one separate free morpheme. No inflection on verbs or nouns. Ex. Vietnamese. No m...

Linguistics
LIN231H5
Safieh Moghaddam
LIN231H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Radiance, Preposition And Postposition, Grammatical Gender
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Chapter 6 - Derivation new lexeme is created; adds lexical meaning; new meaning - Inflection used to express grammatical meaning; information about grammar; depends on a context (it is contextual) ...

Linguistics
LIN231H5
Safieh Moghaddam
LIN228H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Voiced Alveolar Fricative, Advanced And Retracted Tongue Root, No Audible Release

9/26/2017 The Intermational Phonetic Alphabet Audio Illustrations CONSONANTS (PULMONIC LabiodentaDental Alveolar Postalveolar Ratroflax Palatal Lateral Where symbals appear in pairs, the one to the right represents a voice...

Linguistics
LIN228H5
ivanchow
LIN228H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Postalveolar Consonant

TEETH Dental ( thin, these) Postalveolar ( ship, chair , jar ) Retroflex ( red ) Palatal (j yes) Velar (k, g, king) Uvular (the French R as in retourner) Apicodental = dental ( then, these) TOUNGE Apicoalveolar (t, d, n, s...

Linguistics
LIN228H5
ivanchow
LIN231H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Argument From Analogy, Dementia, Grammaticality
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- False analogy -> you see a pattern and you analyze the pattern in a wrong way. Ex. editor (from French) CHAPTER 4: - Adj + th (a noun-making element/suffix)  N Warm, warmth; true, truth - Adj + -ity  N Mo...

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LIN231H5
Safieh Moghaddam
LIN228H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Phonotactics, Roundedness, Canadian Raising
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LIN228 - Sonority is a measure of how loud a vowel/consonant is. - We talked about English vowels, they are categorized by height (high, mid, low); backness (back, front, central); roundedness (rounded, u...

Linguistics
LIN228H5
Ivan Chow
LIN231H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Hard Hat, Tobacconist, Free Base
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September 19 th (LIN231) - If an affix changes the category of the base  transpositional affix; ex. V+ -ion , V+ -ment  N, V+ -alN. - V+ -ion , V+ -ment  N, V+ -alN : these affixes have an ...

Linguistics
LIN231H5
Safieh Moghaddam
LIN231H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Belongingness, Nonce Word, Bound And Unbound Morphemes
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un- +believe+ -able Bound  - Believe is the base -- the core meaning of "unbelievable" comes from BELIEVE. In LIN100, we learned the root is the core meaning of a word (in this course, it is the base). Affixes attach t...

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LIN231H5
Safieh Moghaddam
LIN376H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Scottish Gaelic, Latin Alphabet, Polynesian Languages
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LIN376 - e-Notes; Video Notes Holding the Latin Alphabet: ▪ G was the first to emerge ▪ Greek /g/ (which stood for /k/ and /g/) turned to C ▪ These two velar stops shared some features but only differed in...

Linguistics
LIN376H5
Troberg, M.
LIN101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Altaic Languages, Austronesian Languages, Khoisan Languages
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LIN101H5, Introduction to General Linguistics Speaking in Tongues: The History of Language Episode 3 The following are answers from an in class video. I do not ...

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LIN101H5
Jessamyn Schertz
LIN101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Cadency, Language Change, Canadian Raising
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Typology Language Classification o There are over 7,000 languages spoken in the world ▪ Language Diversity • America - 1000+ languages • Europe - 285 languages ...

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LIN101H5
Jessamyn Schertz
LIN101H5 Lecture 10: Sociolinguistics
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Linguistics Ten Sociolinguistics Sociolinguistics is about anything that intersects language within society o Looks to study the relationship between social factors as well as variation in language and how we use it o Huma...

Linguistics
LIN101H5
Jessamyn Schertz
LIN101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Velar Nasal, Burping, Speech Disorder
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March 2 2017 Linguistics Lecture Six First Language Acquisition Language acquisition is a very difficult task o There is no understanding of letters, or words, of sounds...

Linguistics
LIN101H5
Jessamyn Schertz
LIN101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Contrastive Distribution, Phoneme, Nasal Vowel
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Linguistics Lecture Four Distribution, Phonemes and Allophones Sound segments o Phonetics – physical properties of sounds o Phonology – How the sounds are organized and distributed (sound systems) ...

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LIN101H5
Jessamyn Schertz

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