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LIN100Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Voiced Alveolar Fricative, Auxiliary Verb, Nasal Consonant

OC13292248 Page
14 Mar 2016
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LIN100Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Underlying Representation, Thematic Relation, Isolating Language

OC20683650 Page
5 Nov 2014
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UTSGLIN100Y1Elaine GoldWinter

LIN100 Lecture examples (handwritten)

OC552146 Page
26 Jan 2013
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UTSGLIN100Y1Monica BoydFall

Chapter 2 - Phonetics Exam Guide

OC10954 Page
15 Dec 2011
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UTSGLIN100Y1Peter JurgecFall

[LIN100Y1] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 13 pages long Study Guide!

OC117855013 Page
5 Oct 2016
The system of words or signs that people use to express thoughts and feelings to each other. Any one of the systems of human language that are used and
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UTSGLIN100Y1Aarondinkin, Elaine GoldWinter

LIN100Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Adverbial Phrase, Part Of Speech, Complementizer

OC50816020 Page
28 Feb 2016
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UTSGLIN100Y1Monica IrimiaFall

Linguistics Midterm Review.docx

OC4600128 Page
15 Dec 2012
Allophones: variants of phonemes, respecting factors involved in actual production what we actually end up articulating. When sequences of several soun
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UTSGLIN100Y1Monica IrimiaFall

LIN100Y1 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Phoneme, Record Producer, Free Variation

OC4600114 Page
3 Dec 2012
The task of linguistic research is to understand what these principles (rules) are and how they are instantiated in language or individual languages. K
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UTSGLIN100Y1Monica BoydFall

LIN100Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Canadian Raising, Vowel Reduction, Complementary Distribution

OC164557 Page
28 Oct 2012
Linguistics: study of how language works how it"s used, how it"s acquired, how it changes over time, how it"s represented in the brain . Knowing a lang
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LIN100Y1 Study Guide - Syllabary, Norway House

OC2834 Page
31 Dec 2010
The symbolic representation of language by graphic signs or symbols. Writing originated in multiple places, including mesopotamia, china, and various.
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Personal notes from textbook

OC2836 Page
31 Dec 2010
A way to combine words into sentences. An utterance is grammatical if native speakers judge it to be a possible sentence of their language. Categories,
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LIN100Y1 Study Guide - Hypercorrection

OC2833 Page
31 Dec 2010
Study of the relationship between society and language: how language structures used in discourse are related to the social roles and/or situations ass
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