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Textbook Notes for LING 222 at Simon Fraser University (SFU)

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SFULING 222Melissa Mc CraeSpring

LING 222 Chapter 3.1-3.2: Clauses

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29 Jan 2017
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SFULING 222John LyonFall

LING 222 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Ditransitive Verb, Linking Verb, Pronoun

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13 Sep 2017
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A stream of words that form a unit. (np, vp) We can tell if it is a constituent by replacing the words with another ele(cid:373)e(cid:374)t su(cid:272)
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SFULING 222John LyonFall

LING 222 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Inalienable Possession, Nominative Case, Verb

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13 Sep 2017
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Chapter 2: some words fit in more than one category, language universals: a properties found in all languages (all languages have syntactic categories,
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SFULING 222Melissa Mc CraeSpring

LING 222 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4.3: Accusative Case, Dative Case, Adjective Phrase

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22 Feb 2017
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4. 3. 1 - syntactic relationships between heads and dependents. Table 4. 1 (from the textbook) illustrating four different relationships between heads
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SFULING 222Melissa Mc CraeSpring

LING 222 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2.4-2.7: Part Of Speech, Linking Verb, Complementary Distribution

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24 Jan 2017
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Indicate physical properties of nouns, including their size, shape, color, good, bad, etc. There are two functions of adjectives: attributive: directly
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SFULING 222Melissa Mc CraeSpring

LING 222 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2.1-2.3: Thematic Relation, Grammatical Relation, Part Of Speech

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17 Jan 2017
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Syntactic criteria shows that each word class has unique patterns of distribution. Distribution: certain slots in a sentence can only be filled by word
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