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CARLETONLING 2604Jacquie BallantineWinter

LING 2604- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 29 pages long!)

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CARLETONLING 1100Peter BuistWinter

LING 1100- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 35 pages long!)

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Grammar - rules and constraints that govern language. Is the mental system that allows people to form and interpret the words and sentences of their la
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CARLETONLING 3005Daniel SiddiqiWinter

LING 3005- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 68 pages long!)

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CARLETONLING 1100Lev BlumenfeldWinter

[LING 1100] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (24 pages long)

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CARLETONLING 2007Bethany Mac LeodFall

[LING 2007] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (28 pages long!)

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Phonetic alphabet, represents sounds, notation system: 1:1 correspondence of symbol to sound (goal, several phonetic alphabets exist, symbols in / , /u
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CARLETONLING 3007Daniel SiddiqiFall

LING 3007 Study Guide - Final Guide: Underlying Representation, Affix, Phonotactics

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CARLETONLING 3005Daniel SiddiqiWinter

LING 3005 Study Guide - Final Guide: Preposition And Postposition, Phonotactics, Affix

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CARLETONLING 3005Daniel SiddiqiWinter

LING 3005 Study Guide - Final Guide: Parsing, Phonotactics

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For the first, i will ask you a large question that requires you to take survey the course as a whole. You will be given some subset of these prompts a
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CARLETONLING 3005Daniel SiddiqiWinter

LING 3005 Study Guide - Final Guide: Blackboard, Parsing, Clitic

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CARLETONLING 2005Timothy BrowneFall

LING 2005 Study Guide - Final Guide: Polysynthetic Language, Synthetic Language, Isolating Language

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Suppletion: completely different root indicates change: ex. Repduplication: partially of fully duplicate as intensifier, or to inflect (mark tense, asp
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CARLETONLING 2005Timothy BrowneFall

LING 2005 Study Guide - Final Guide: Circumfix, Inflection, Imperfective Aspect

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Inflection: the manner in which a language handles grammatical relations and relational categories such as number, person, tense, gender, etc. Typicall
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CARLETONLING 2007Bethany Mac LeodFall

LING 2007 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ingressive Sound, Language Transfer, First Language

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Briefly explain how phonetics is used in the different areas we discuss (applications: technology. Speech recognition (speech -> transcription) languag
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