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U OF SLING 111Makarova VeronikaFall

LING 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Cultural Studies, Comparative Linguistics, Ethnography

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1. 1 what is language: monolinguals are people who only speak one language, bi- and multilingual people speak two or more languages. Language is a sign
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U OF SLING 111Makarova VeronikaFall

LING 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Suppletion, Ampere

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Morphemes: the smallest language elements that have form and meaning. Simple (simplex): words with only one morpheme (monomorphemic) Root: major morphe
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U OF SLING 111Makarova VeronikaFall

LING 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Canadian Raising, Alveolar And Postalveolar Approximants, Logogram

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Ling 111 chapter 2: speech sounds and the english sound system. 2. 2 the organs of speech and the mechanism of sound production. Airflow: there are no
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LING 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Inflection, Complementary Distribution, Lexical Verb

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Syntax (or grammar) is the system of rules and categories that accounts for phrase and sentence formation in human language; includes the study of phra
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LING 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Ingressive Sound, Vocal Folds, Mutual Intelligibility

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English spelling is the most irregular of alphabets. Not all languages use alphabet for spelling but may use logograms (signs that represent a word or
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U OF SLING 111MakarovaFall

LING 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Constructed Language, Grammar, Comparative Linguistics

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LING 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Connotation, Arthur Rimbaud, Alexander Scriabin

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Lexicology: the discipline that studies words and their characteristics, such as their nature, meaning and origin. Semantics: the discipline that studi
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LING 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Part Of Speech

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Syntax (or grammar) is the system of rules and categories that accounts for phrase and sentence formation in human language. It includes the study of p
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LING 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Part Of Speech, Affix, Clitic

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Morphemes: a sign, lowest level of language units that has free form and meaning, words can have 1 morpheme (simple or simplex) ex: find, tree, jump. T
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LING 111 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Lexeme, Lexicology, Grammar

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The key element of structure in any language is the word, the most important linguistic sign. The discipline that studies words and their characteristi
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