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[LING 1] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (31 pages long!)


Department
Linguistics
Course Code
LING 1
Professor
Hyams
Study Guide
Final

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LING 1
FINAL EXAM
STUDY GUIDE

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LING1 Lecture Notes
Nov. 4
Consonants
Vowels
Phonetic Parameters
Place of articulation
Manner of articulation
Classification of Consonants
Classification of Vowels
Nov. 9
English plural
Phonological rules
Morpheme ‘in-’ (not)
Intervocalic flapping
Ease of articulation in children
Nasal assimilation rule
Aspiration
Phonemes
Complementary distribution
Distinctive v. Non-distinctive
Second Language Acquisition
Nov. 16
Nov. 18
Lexical change
Morphological change
Syntactic change
Sound change
Great Vowel Shift
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Nov. 4
Phonetics the study of speech sounds.
Features articulatory gestures speakers use to create vowels and consonants
Spelling in English is atrocious, and some other languages are too. To express the specific
sounds we actually articulate:
International Phonetic Alphabet: symbols for speech sounds. Largely from Latin and Greek.
Also provides categorization in sound texture.
Unfamiliar symbols because we actually need to know these:
Consonants
[ð]the
[θ]thin
[ʃ] shoe
[tʃ]chew
[ʒ] azure
[dʒ] gem
[ŋ] sing
Vowels
[i] see
[ɪ] it
[e] able
[ɛ] set
[æ] at
[ʌ] but
[ә] about
[ɔ] caught
[u] two
[ʊ] book
[o] no
[a] hot
Phonetic Parameters
State of glottis (voiced or voiceless)
Place of articulation
Bilabial putting lips together
Labiodental lips to teeth
Interdental tongue to teeth
Alveolar tongue goes near front ceiling
Palatal tongue goes near top ceiling
Velar tongue goes near back ceiling
Glottal hole in vocal chords (so I was right it sounds like you’re gagging)
Manner of articulation
Stop hard stops
Fricative friction
Nasal pertaining to the nose
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