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UTSGLIN203H1Aaron DinkinFall

LIN203H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Misanthropy, Indo-European Languages, Proto-Language

Many english words are related to words in latin, french, and greek. However, english language itself is not closely related to latin, french, or greek
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UTSGLIN203H1Aaron DinkinFall

LIN203H1 Lecture 3: Morphology - Analyzing Complex Words

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Lin203h1 - lecture 3 - morphology: analyzing complex words. Structure of complex words in english -> basic principles of . Could imply that morphology
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UTSGLIN203H1Aaron DinkinFall

LIN203H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Phon, Phonation, Agon

The plural morpheme in english has (at least) three allomorphs: /z/, /s/, / z / / z / after alveolar and postalveolar fricatives and affricates (/s/, /
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UTSGLIN203H1Aaron DinkinFall

LIN203H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Accusative Case, Semantic Change, Appendicitis

Lin203h1 - lecture 10 - latin and greek morphology. Inflectional affixes mark grammatical information about a lexeme. English -s attaches to verb stem
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UTSGLIN203H1Aaron DinkinFall

LIN203H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Infinitive, Chicano English, William Labov

Lin203h1 - lecture 9 - usage and variation. A simplification -> in reality there is no single english language. Many varieties of english spoken by man
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UTSGLIN203H1Aaron DinkinFall

LIN203H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Phonetics, Dyslexia, Allomorph

Think about these words hamburger veggie burger chicken burger turkey burger bison burger. Things can still be words if they"re written with spaces ->
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UTSGLIN203H1Aaron DinkinFall

LIN203H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Sewing Needle, English Plurals, Land Development

The same morpheme can be pronounced in different ways, depending on the context. Pronounced /z/ after a voiced sound: . Pronounced /s/ after a voiceles
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UTSGLIN203H1Aaron DinkinFall

LIN203H1 Lecture 5: Phonetics

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The study of speech-related sound, its production, and its perception. Examples of what falls under the category of phonetics . More importantly, help
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UTSGLIN203H1Aaron DinkinFall

LIN203H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Noah Webster, Lysozyme, Webster'S Dictionary

Fainly ? -> means gladly because any english speaker knows. An educated guess -> hatred of studying . Actual meaning of life is hatred of knowledge or
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UTSGLIN100Y1Monica IrimiaWinter

LIN100Y1 Lecture Notes - Prairie Dog, Logical Consequence, Presupposition

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UTSGLIN200H1Aaron DinkinWinter

LIN200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Mutual Intelligibility, Dialect Continuum, Soft Drink

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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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