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UTSCFREA96H3Caitlin GaffneyFall

FREA96H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Le Monde, Cedilla, Acute Accent

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13 Sep 2016
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UTSCFREC47H3Karen Mc CrindleFall

Session 11

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12 Dec 2014
26
Creoles are aspectual and modal languages (mostly the basilectal ones) Tma = tense, mood, aspect tense = locates the situation in time in relation to t
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UTSCFREC47H3Karen Mc CrindleFall

FREC47H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Consonant Cluster, Vowel Length, Apocope

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12 Dec 2014
29
More of a mix of influences than we originally thought. Congo languages: i. e. lussa = lustre syncope = omission of sounds in the middle of word conson
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UTSCFREC47H3Karen Mc CrindleFall

FREC47H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Louise Bennett-Coverley, Palenquero, Indo-European Languages

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12 Dec 2014
35
Back to africa, by louise bennett (1919-2006) - jamaica. Svo word order - like most superstrate and substrate languages some evidence of influence of s
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UTSCFREB22H3Pascal RiendeauWinter

Quebec history

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27 Jun 2011
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UTSCFREC47H3Karen Mc CrindleFall

FREC47H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Lexifier, South African Class 19C 4-8-2, Krio Language

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12 Dec 2014
27
Synchronic approach: languages in a given point in time, taking a snapshot of the language. External lexical influences lexicon - evidence for similari
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UTSCFREC47H3Karen Mc CrindleFall

FREC47H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Grammaticalization, French Verbs, Absolute Time And Space

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12 Dec 2014
20
What is morphosyntax? the intersection of morphology and syntax. Morphology = structure of words: prefixes, suffixes syntax is the structure of sentenc
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UTSCFREA96H3Caitlin GaffneyFall

FREA96H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Mon Oncle, Mexican Peso, Grammatical Gender

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20 Sep 2016
3
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UTSCFREC47H3Karen Mc CrindleFall

FREC47H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Angolar Creole, Decreolization, Papiamento

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12 Dec 2014
25
Inferiority and superiority influence the manner in which we study the languages. History and evolution and how that influenced the development of the
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UTSCFREC47H3Karen Mc CrindleFall

FREC47H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Atlantic Creole, Language Contact, Dormer

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12 Dec 2014
23
The substrate also contributed to the lexicon as well. Old european word was used, regional dialect was used and incorporated into creole. Example of s
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UTSCFREA96H3Caitlin GaffneyFall

FREA96H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Sympathique, Girdle

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25 Oct 2016
6
Frea96 lecture 6 lesson 8 la terrasse d"un caf : adjectifs r guliers. French adjectives agree with nouns and pronouns they modify. Adjectives ending in
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UTSCFREC47H3Karen Mc CrindleFall

FREC47H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Creolistics, Angolar Creole, Relexification

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12 Dec 2014
19
Descriptive study of effect of society including cultural norms, expectations and context, on the way language is used, and the effects of language use
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