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YORKLING 1000Liisa DuncanWinter

LING 1000- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 104 pages long!)

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What sounds are in the language, and what sounds are not. Sounds that can start a word, end a word or follow each other. Knowledge that certain sound s
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YORKLING 1000Tom WilsonFall

LING 1000- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 34 pages long!)

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* governed by systematic principles, rules and constraints. * variable across groups of speakers and subject to change overtime. *written language is a
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YORKLING 1000Tom WilsonFall

LING 1000- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 25 pages long!)

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* governed by systematic principles, rules and constraints. * variable across groups of speakers and subject to change overtime. *written language is a
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YORKLING 2800Youri ZabbalFall

[LING 2800] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (34 pages long)

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Can we treat language as an object of scientific study? if we answer yes. I is there any reason to think our conclusions will conform to our pre-theore
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YORKLING 2420Philipp AngermeyerFall

[LING 2420] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 34 pages long Study Guide!

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Boas disproved the existence of primitive languages, races and culture: all linguistic and cultural practices were equally complex and logical. Sapir b
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YORKLING 2420Philipp AngermeyerFall

LING 2420 Study Guide - Final Guide: English Orthography, Diglossia, Deborah Tannen

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Refers to all the different kinds of work that language does. Language is not just a way to describe events or label objects . Six functions: primarily
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YORKLING 1000Tom WilsonWinter

LING 1000 Study Guide - Final Guide: Phrase Structure Rules, Free Variation, Complementary Distribution

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D-structure formed by merging consituents in accordance with the phrase structure rules of a language and the subcategorizaion and themaic requirements
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YORKLING 1000allFall

LING 1000 Study Guide - Final Guide: Gonad, Reading Education In The United States, Proto-Indo-European Language

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You do not need the dictionary. (2)i have another question. After root vowel e there is a consonant and a vowel, so the pet supposed to change to pit.
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YORKLING 2450Patrick J ConnorFall

LING 2450 Study Guide - Final Guide: Affidavit, Language Ideology

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YORKLING 2420Philipp AngermeyerFall

[LING 2420] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (34 pages long)

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Boas disproved the existence of primitive languages, races and culture: all linguistic and cultural practices were equally complex and logical. Sapir b
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YORKLING 1000Tom WilsonWinter

LING 1000 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Adpositional Phrase, Dependent Clause, Adverbial Phrase

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A constituent is any word or group of words that forms a complete structural unit. Phrasal constituents are noun phrase, verb phrase, adjective phrase,
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YORKLING 3210Marina Sherkina- Lieber Sherkina- LieberFall

LING 3210 Study Guide - Pencil, Behaviorism, Language Disorder

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