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UTMLIN204H5Susana BejarSummer

LIN204H5 Study Guide - Summer 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - Verb, Participle, Noun Phrase

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UTMLIN102H5Arsalan KahnemuyipourFall

LIN102H5- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 29 pages long!)

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No right or wrong, all language has its own interpretation. A: language is the system of sounds, words and sentence patterns used by humans to communic
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UTMLIN204H5Michelle TrobergWinter

[LIN204H5] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (34 pages long!)

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UTMLIN204H5Susana BejarSummer

LIN204H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Transformational Grammar, Linguistic Prescription, Tacit Knowledge

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UTMLIN204H5Susana BejarSummer

LIN204H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Content Clause, Semicolon, Sentence Clause Structure

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Category are nouns are also nouns are also verbs. Function: how it can function with other categories in a phrase or sentence. Verbs with present parti
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UTMLIN204H5Eugenia SuhSummer

LIN204H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Tessa Virtue, Scott Moir, Standard Written English

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If a word in isolation fails diagnostic test (1a) of the diagnostic tests for adjectives, that doesn"t mean the word can"t be an adjective. An ongoing
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UTMLIN204H5Eugenia SuhSummer

LIN204H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mass Noun, Gerund, Count Noun

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In the sentence "the brave will attempt to climb that mountain , the word brave is an. Although "brave" has no adjectival morphology, it can take adjec
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UTMLIN204H5Eugenia SuhSummer

LIN204H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Count Noun, Gerund, Preposition And Postposition

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Non-gradable adjectives are incompatible with the modifier "very": * "a very instant reply". In the phrases the sensitive child , the running water , t
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UTMLIN204H5Eugenia SuhSummer

LIN204H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Word Formation, Standard Written English, Suppletion

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The word "nice" originally meant "foolish, silly, simple, or ignorant" when it was first (recorded as being) used in the 1300s (oed). Several centuries
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UTMLIN204H5Eugenia SuhSummer

LIN204H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Style Guide, Canadian English, Hypercorrection

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Using register-appropriate language is when you speak differently from how you would speak to a group of your close friends. "gonna" (for "going to") d
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UTMLIN204H5Eugenia SuhSummer

LIN204H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Lake Simcoe, Affix, Semantic Change

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In the sentence "jaspreet hopes the toronto blue jays will win the world series this year", the best interpretation for the use of the present tense on
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UTMLIN204H5Eugenia SuhSummer

LIN204H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Bracket, Infinitive, Free Base

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Allomorphs are forms that sound different but have the same meanings and grammatical functions. There are 8 inflectional suffixes and no inflectional p
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