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SFULING 220Anne RimrottFall

LING 220 Chapter 4: Morphology

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27 Oct 2016
9
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SFULING 110Yourie PankratsSpring

LING 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter Appendix: Putre, Gluten, Test Probe

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22 Apr 2016
19
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SFULING 220Anne RimrottFall

LING 220 Chapter 3: Pg. 76-92

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12 Oct 2016
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SFULING 220Anne RimrottFall

LING 220 Chapter 1: Textbook Notes

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8 Sep 2016
8
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SFULING 220Anne RimrottFall

LING 220 Chapter 5: Pg. 154-176

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23 Nov 2016
2
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SFULING 160Suzanne HilgendorfSpring

LING 160 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: African American Vernacular English, Jamaican Patois, Ethnolect

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5 Apr 2018
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SFULING 330Marion CaldecottSpring

LING 330 Chapter 1: Reading 1 - Physiology, Anatomy, The Tongue

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9 Jan 2018
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SFULING 160Suzanne HilgendorfSpring

LING 160 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Language Change, Received Pronunciation, Mutual Intelligibility

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5 Apr 2018
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SFULING 330Marion CaldecottSpring

LING 330 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9.3: Mcgurk Effect, Formant, Phoneme

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25 Jan 2018
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The switch from acoustics to perception is non-linear, meaning changes in frequency and amplitude do not have equal responses in the perceptual system.
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SFULING 330Marion CaldecottSpring

LING 330 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9.1 and 9.2: Hne, Uch, European Network Of Transmission System Operators For Electricity

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18 Jan 2018
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SFULING 220Anne RimrottFall

LING 220 Chapter 2: Pages 40-52

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20 Sep 2016
4
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SFULING 160Suzanne HilgendorfSpring

LING 160 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Code-Switching, Diglossia, Hypercorrection

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5 Apr 2018
0
The better you know someone, the more casual and relaxed your speech style is. More vernacular forms when they are a close friend. This generalization
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