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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1Z03Karen TuckerFall

LINGUIST 1Z03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Suppletion, Function Word, Voicelessness

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9 Dec 2017
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Normally the choice is not arbitrary, the factors may be phonological, grammatical or lexical. Some morphemes do not have different allomorphs in diffe
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1Z03Karen TuckerFall

LINGUIST 1Z03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Sibilant, Soft Palate, Coronal Consonant

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Articulatory phonetics - analyzing physiological mechanisms of speech production. Acoustic phonetics - measuring and analyzing physical properties of s
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1Z03Karen TuckerFall

LINGUIST 1Z03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Deixis, Phrasal Verb, Bound And Unbound Morphemes

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Derivational affixes - letters/structures that can occur at either the beginning or the end of a word (e. g un+law+ful) Collocations - patterns of word
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1Z03Karen TuckerFall

LINGUIST 1Z03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Language Acquisition Device, Tabula Rasa, Flight Attendant

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8 Nov 2017
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Pragmatics - the study of how context affects language use. Grammar - how humans form linguistic structures from the level of sound up to the sentence.
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1Z03Karen TuckerFall

LINGUIST 1Z03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Joule, Dental And Alveolar Flaps, Vocal Folds

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9 Dec 2017
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Phonemes - s(cid:373)allest u(cid:374)its of a speaker"s (cid:373)e(cid:374)tal represe(cid:374)tatio(cid:374) Continuants - articulated with a free fl
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1Z03Karen TuckerFall

LINGUIST 1Z03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Margaret Wente, Newfoundland English, Newfie

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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1Z03Karen TuckerFall

LINGUIST 1Z03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Phonology, Allophone, Phoneme

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9 Dec 2017
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It is impossible to remove all variation from our speech, as there is inevitable variation in the physiological mechanics and physical conditions of ou
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1Z03Karen TuckerFall

LINGUIST 1Z03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: English Alphabet, World Englishes, Telegraph Code

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9 Dec 2017
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When it has a special role recognized in every country. The language can be made the official/semi-official language of a country, used in government,
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1Z03Karen TuckerFall

LINGUIST 1Z03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Canadian English, Diphthong, American Speech

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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1Z03Karen TuckerFall

LINGUIST 1Z03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Anglo-Saxons, Early Modern English, Great Vowel Shift

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9 Dec 2017
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1z03 chapter 9: a brief history of english. Old english spoken between 700 and 1100 ad. English is a germanic language belonging to indo-european langu
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