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U OF GLING 1000Linda GerberSummer

LING 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Positron Emission Tomography, Phonotactics, Inflection

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It is estimated that children of 6 know as many as 13,000 words. Word: a free sound-meaning lexical unit, which may be simple or complex. Lexicon: the
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U OF GLING 1000Linda GerberWinter

LING 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Linguistic System, Iconicity, Robert Lowth

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The unconscious knowledge of language is revealed by the way speakers of one language pronounce words from another language, Many french canadians pron
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U OF GLING 2400Rosario GomezWinter

LING 2400 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Egressive Sound, Voiceless Uvular Fricative, Alveolo-Palatal Consonant

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(1) the bilabial gesture: has bilabial stops and nasals. Bilabial fricatives are simply allophones of the labiodental sounds [f,v] Bilabial fricatives
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U OF GLING 2400Rosario GomezWinter

LING 2400 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Voice-Onset Time, Vocal Folds, Interjection

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Source of power= air coming out of lungs. Pulmonic airstream mechanism: lung air is pushed out. Plosives: stops that use only an egressive, outward-mov
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U OF GLING 2400Rosario GomezWinter

LING 2400 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Secondary Articulation, Labialization, Vocal Tract

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Vowel height (inversely proportional to the frequency of the 1st formant) Backness (proportional to the difference between the frequency of the 2nd and
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U OF GLING 2400Rosario GomezWinter

LING 2400 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Haole, Set Phrase, Stamen

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Suprasegmental feature- aspects of speech that involve more than single consonant or vowels. Principal suprasegmental features are stressed, length, to
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U OF GLING 2400Rosario GomezWinter

LING 2400 Chapter 1: phoneitcs chapter 1 PDF

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Speech gestures involves pushing air out while producing a noise. Tongue is fastest and most precise physical movements. When talking air moves up trac
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U OF GLING 2400Rosario GomezWinter

LING 2400 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: English Americans, Lexical Set, Syllable

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Vowels of english can be transcribed in many different ways because of accents. Images ipa vowel symbols are places on the tongue, the vocal tract airw
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U OF GLING 2400Rosario GomezWinter

LING 2400 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Epenthesis, The Gestures, Place Of Articulation

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A narrow transcription, aspiration may by indicated be indicated by a small raised h [ ] First column has (voiceless) aspirated stops and the second co
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