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UTSGLIN100Y1Monica IrimiaWinter

LIN100Y1 Lecture Notes - Prairie Dog, Logical Consequence, Presupposition

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23 Feb 2013
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UTSGLIN100Y1Monica IrimiaWinter

Ling Second Half of Second Semester Notes.docx

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26 Apr 2013
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Concerned with description and explanation of language change: change. The changes from old middle modern english imply that all components of the gram
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UTSGLIN100Y1Nicholas WelchWinter

LIN100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Madai

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15 Feb 2017
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UTSGLIN100Y1Nicholas WelchWinter

LIN100Y1 Lecture 5: Meaning and language

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9 Feb 2017
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UTSGLIN100Y1K.KyuminWinter

LIN100Y1 Lecture Notes - Morpheme, Tenuis Consonant

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2 Mar 2012
38
There are more than five vowels in english. British english (bbc): 20: airstream mechanisms, direction of the airflow. Most of the sounds of human lang
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UTSGLIN100Y1Nicholas WelchWinter

LIN100Y1 Lecture 3: Tree structure, complements and specifiers

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27 Jan 2017
1
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UTSGLIN100Y1Nicholas WelchWinter

LIN100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Language Change, Infinite Loop, Grammatical Case

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17 Jan 2017
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When we hear them, a receptive skill helps us identify whether they are grammatically correct. We can produce, theoretically, an infinite number of gra
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UTSGLIN100Y1A.KochetovFall

LIN100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Coarticulation, Tenseness

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1 Apr 2016
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UTSGLIN100Y1A.KochetovFall

LIN100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Voiced Alveolar Fricative, Allomorph, Sibilant

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14 Mar 2016
20
Required readings: o"grady & archibald, chapter 4, section 4. 6: allomorphy. Allomorphs (or alternants) are variant forms of a morpheme (just as alloph
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UTSGLIN100Y1Nicholas WelchWinter

LIN100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Syntactic Movement, Tree Structure, Indo-European Languages

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9 Feb 2017
2
Lin102 lecture 4: tree structure; movement; modifiers and embedded clauses. Syntactic movement: sometimes words don"t show up where we"d expect them to
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UTSGLIN100Y1Peter JurgecFall

LIN100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Postalveolar Consonant, Arytenoid Cartilage, Cricoid Cartilage

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27 Sep 2016
10
A branch of linguistics that studies sounds of human speech. Most sounds are produced when air moves out of lungs. There are sounds produced with breat
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UTSGLIN100Y1Manami HirayamaWinter

Semantics

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26 Mar 2011
40
Lecture notes for class of february 1, 2010. Note: these notes focus on material that is not in the textbook. Be sure to read chapters 5 and 6. A centr
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