Textbook Notes for Narayan, Chandan

UTSGLIN200H1Narayan, ChandanFall

LIN200H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Grammatical Gender, Part Of Speech, Infinitive

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Is the study of words and parts of words- the underlying rules behind the structure of words. Not all languages have the same morphological rules. A mo
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UTSGLIN200H1Narayan, ChandanFall

LIN200H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Hushing, Reduplication, Canadian Raising

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Chapter 4: phonology- the sound patterns of language . Phonology: system of rules underlying the sound patterns in a language. Phonological rule: descr
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UTSGLIN200H1Narayan, ChandanFall

LIN200H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Monophthong, Tenseness, Palatine Uvula

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We know a great deal about the complex sounds and the sound system of english; it is not something we think about but comes effortlessly. Spelling is a
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UTSGLIN200H1Narayan, ChandanFall

LIN200H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Generative Grammar, Word Formation, Baby Talk

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Human language has numerous features that distinguish it from other communication systems: However, in english cows moo but in tamil, cows are called m
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UTSGLIN200H1Narayan, ChandanFall

LIN200H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Formation Rule, Habituation, Universal Grammar

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Children (usually) acquire language quickly and effortless while it difficult for adults to learn a new language, linguistic to analyze a language, or
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UTSGLIN200H1Narayan, ChandanFall

LIN200H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Beagle, Phrase Structure Rules, Independent Clause

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It is a system of rules and principles that describe how we organize words into phrases and phrases into larger units, the largest being the clause. Th
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