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UTMLIN204H5Michelle TrobergFall

LIN204H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Pragmatics

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Chapter 1 introduction: focal knowledge: perform actions (even forming sentences) without thinking of them this requires a knowledge of terminology use
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UTMLIN204H5Michelle TrobergFall

LIN204H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-7: Adjective, Adjective Phrase, English Verbs

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Because human memory is limited, we must group words into small phrases and then into larger ones in order to communicate information. The subject usua
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UTMLIN204H5Michelle TrobergFall

LIN204H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Adverb

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4 parts of speech- noun, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs are labeled form classes because each class share the ability to change their form by accepting
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UTMLIN204H5Michelle TrobergFall

LIN204H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: African American Vernacular English, Hypercorrection

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UTMLIN204H5Michelle TrobergFall

LIN204H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Personal Pronoun, Reflexive Pronoun, Grammatical Gender

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In chapter 4, english has core vocabulary made up of nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs, words used to label and describe the things and activities.
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UTMLIN101H5Michelle TrobergWinter

LIN 101 Chapter 1: Chapter 1

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Linguistics - how language works, is used, acquired, changes, represented in the brain, etc. Also interested in how abilities/adaptations have made it
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UTMLIN228H5asdFall

LIN228H5 Chapter Notes -Japan Standard Time

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UTMLIN102H5Arsalan KahnemuyipourFall

LIN102H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Linguistic Competence, Tnf Receptor Associated Factor, Soft Palate

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Vocal cords creates seal over passage to lungs. Language is the heart of all things human; it"s used when talking, listening, reading, writing and thin
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UTMLIN204H5Michelle TrobergFall

LIN204H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Participle, Suppletion, Inflection

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UTMLIN102H5Arsalan KahnemuyipourFall

LIN102H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Preposition And Postposition

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To linguists, a grammar is not a book nor is it concerned with just the form of words and sentences. Rather, it is the intricate network of knowledge t
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UTMLIN101H5Michelle TrobergWinter

LIN 101 Chapter 3: Phonology (I): 3.1-3.2

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Chapter 3 textbook - phonology (i): contrasts & patterns. Phonological analysis - concerned with individual speech sound relationships or segments. [56
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UTMLIN205H5Maria PetrescuFall

LIN205H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Appeasement, Glossary Of Blogging, Hertz

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