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UTSGLIN100Y1Nicholas WelchFall

LIN100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Bitcoin, Word Formation, Fingerspelling

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UTSGLIN100Y1A.KochetovFall

LIN100Y1 Chapter Notes -Phonetics, Phoneme, Predicable

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UTSGLIN100Y1A.KochetovFall

LIN100Y1 Chapter Notes -Sound Intensity, Vocal Tract, Canadian English

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Vowels: created with little obstruction in the vocal tract, sonorous (consonants are less sonorous, tense or lax, velum may be lowered (allophone vowel
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UTSGLIN100Y1Aaron DinkinFall

LIN100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Snowdrift, Conceptual System, Blunt Instrument

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Chapter 6 semantics: the analysis of meaning textbook pg 181-188 (top), 192-193, 207-211. Semantics: the study of meaning in human language o. Some of
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UTSGLIN100Y1A.KochetovFall

LIN100Y1 Chapter Notes -Articulatory Phonetics, Auditory Phonetics, Vocal Folds

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Mouth moves in the right way, lungs exhale air, and sounds are made: acoustic signal. Those sounds travel through the air to the receiver (ears: speech
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UTSGLIN100Y1Aaron DinkinFall

LIN100Y1 Chapter 4.3-4.6: LIN100 Morphology

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Compounding: combination of 2 already existing words: result is usually a noun, verb, or an adjective rightmost morpheme determines the category of the
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UTSGLIN100Y1Aaron DinkinFall

LIN100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1.0: Mouth

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Linguistics - study of how language works; how it"s used, acquired, changes over time, represented in the brain, etc. Table 1. 1 - dual functions of sp
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UTSGLIN100Y1Aaron DinkinFall

LIN100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Part Of Speech, Complementizer, Subcategorization

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Chapter 5 syntax: the analysis of sentence structure textbook pg 139 150 section 5. 1. Must be able to combine + organize words -> sentences to express
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