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UTSCLINA01H3Eri TakahashiFall

LINA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Articulatory Phonetics, Vocal Folds, Phonetics

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18 Sep 2015
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UTSCLINA01H3Safieh MoghaddamSummer

LINA01 Lecture 1: Intro

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20 Jan 2016
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When people use human language, they follow certain principles (rules) The task of linguistic research is to understand what these principles are and h
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UTSCLINA01H3Eri TakahashiFall

LINA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Linguistic Prescription, Logica, Preposition And Postposition

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4 Sep 2015
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UTSCLINA02H3Eri TakahashiWinter

LINA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Nasal Vowel, Palau, Linguistic Universal

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24 Aug 2016
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Required reading: o"grady ch. 8 (pdf posted on blackboard) and bring it to the tutorial this week: which tendencies and universals are manifested in th
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UTSCLINA01H3Safieh MoghaddamSummer

LINA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Vocal Tract, Phoneme, Lol

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7 Oct 2015
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Phoneme - abstract representation of a speech sound that contrasts with other speech sounds and that is used to make meaningful units (morphemes, words
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UTSCLINA01H3Eri TakahashiFall

LINA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Linguistic Prescription, Grammaticality, Double Negative

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12 Sep 2015
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Grammar as used by linguists: competence: mental grammar: in our heads shared by speakers of a language = linguistic, a model of this grammar: descript
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UTSCLINA01H3Eri TakahashiFall

LINA01 Lecture 1: Practice problems for final.pdf

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23 Jan 2015
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Look at p. 292-295 of the textbook: southern kongo (spoken in angola) (adapted from the textbook p. 300, exercise 5) In southern kongo, a bantu languag
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UTSCLINA01H3Eri TakahashiFall

LINA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Diphthong, Free Variation, Complementary Distribution

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15 Feb 2017
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We study language to understand the nature of human mind. Linguist analyze language to discover the underlying system. Linguist goal: to build a model
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UTSCLINA01H3Safieh MoghaddamSummer

LINA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Vocal Tract, Phonetics, Calibri

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14 May 2015
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Mental grammar has 5 major components: 1 of them is phonetics which is what"s covered in this lecture. Phonetics is about sounds: there are 2 approache
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UTSCLINA01H3Safieh MoghaddamSummer

LINA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Affix, Obstruent, Endocentric And Exocentric

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7 Oct 2015
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Lecture 6 chapter 4 morphology (part i) Morphology study of words and word structure: the study of the structure of words and the component of grammar
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UTSCLINA01H3Safieh MoghaddamSummer

LINA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Persian Language, Arbitrariness, Structure Formation

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21 May 2018
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Knowing a language is being able to speak and be understood by others who know that language. The capacity to produce some sounds (or signs for deaf an
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UTSCLINA01H3Safieh MoghaddamSummer

LINA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Word Formation, Reduplication, Abbreviation

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7 Oct 2015
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She is eat ing the doughnut. third person singular present she wait s at home. past tense progressive past participle mary has eat en the doughnuts. pl
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