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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1AA3Catherine AndersonWinter

LINGUIST 1AA3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-11: Joule, Nasalization, Cappuccino

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22 Oct 2017
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonWinter

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter 3.4: Week 8

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17 Mar 2016
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Phonemic > how a sound/word is represented in the mind. Phonetic > how a sound/word actually gets spoken (ex: allophones) We speak in allophones but he
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Anna MoroFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter Notes -Scottish Gaelic, Canadian Raising, Underlying Representation

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27 Oct 2013
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Definition: system of every language that makes its own particular selection from the range of possible speech sounds and organizes them into contrasts
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Universal Property, Auditory System, Phonetics

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12 Sep 2016
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It"s a science: the way we ask questions to learn about language uses a scientific approach: making systematic and empirical observations. Empirical: o
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Vocal Folds, Tnf Receptor Associated Factor, Linguistic Description

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8 Sep 2016
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Notes from the modules, textbook, and study guide. Linguistics: the study of how language works (i. e. its use, acquisition, evolution, representation
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonWinter

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Acoustic Phonetics, Articulatory Phonetics, Vocal Folds

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2 Feb 2019
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The field of phonetics studies the sounds of human speech. When studying speech, they can be considered from two angles. Acoustic phonetics: concerned
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonWinter

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Syllabic Consonant, Vocal Tract

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2 Feb 2019
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2019 syllable has a nucleus: the peak of sonority, which is surrounded by less sonorous sounds. Vowels are the most sonorous sounds, so most syllables
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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 1A03Catherine AndersonWinter

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter 3.1,3.3: Week 7: Contrast and Variation (Phonology) Textbook+Module Notes

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1 Mar 2016
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Voicing, tongue placement, place of articulation, pitch, length. [plijz] vs [plijz] (alveolar approximate on l in second please!) Free versus freeee <
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter 1: Linguistics 1A03_ Chapter 1

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16 Oct 2018
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Language defines us and linguistics is the study of how language works- how it misused, how it is acquired, and how it changes over time, how it is rep
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1A03Catherine AndersonFall

LINGUIST 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: International Phonetic Alphabet, Vocal Folds, Phonation

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15 Sep 2016
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Articulatory phonetics: how humans use bodies to produce speech sounds. Sound source: phonation, larynx: can be covered by vocal cords/folds, opening c
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MCMASTERLINGUIST 1Z03Karen TuckerFall

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

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9 Dec 2017
0
Articulatory phonetics - analyzing physiological mechanisms of speech production. Acoustic phonetics - measuring and analyzing physical properties of s
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