LING 12 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Cattle, Foal

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16 Apr 2018
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-mare, stallion, foal, filly, colt mare, stallion, foal, filly, colt. -cow, bull, calf, heifer, bullock cow, bull, calf, heifer, bullock. In words for domesticated animals in english, biological gender and age are lexically encoded lexically encoded. In words for domesticated animals in english, biological gender and age are. : an indivisible form-meaning pair morpheme: an indivisible form-meaning pair. Persons, animals, spirits, large trees, tobacco, maize, apple, raspberry, calf of. Persons, animals, spirits, large trees, tobacco, maize, apple, raspberry, calf of leg, stomach, spittle, feather, birdtail, horn, kettle, pipe, snowshoe leg, stomach, spittle, feather, birdtail, horn, kettle, pipe, snowshoe . A way of organizing words (symbols) systematically to represent complex events. I. e. a way of constructing propositions (sentences, utterances) Identified through combination of position and word form. Identified through combination of word form and extra phrases/expressions. By number, person, and/or noun category noun category. Languages are intimately related to the societies and individuals that use them.

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