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YORKLING 1000Susan EhrlichWinter

LING 1000 Phonetics.docx

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Egressive: air is pushed out: ejective sound: air in mouth is pressurized by an upward movement of the closed glottis and released suddenly. Ingressive
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YORKLING 1000allWinter

Chapter 1 Notes (got over 90% in course)

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YORKLING 2450Philipp AngermeyerWinter

LING 2450 - COMPLETE BOOK NOTES 2013 (64 PAGES!!)

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YORKLING 3210Marina Sherkina- Lieber Sherkina- LieberFall

LING 3210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Intentionality

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Newborn babies produce reflexive crying as a response to a discomfort; they can fuss, smile, Parents try to interpret these signals and understand what
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YORKLING 3210Marina Sherkina- Lieber Sherkina- LieberFall

LING 3210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Language Acquisition, Behaviorism, Sociolinguistics

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Morphology: system for combing units of meaning. Syntax: system for combining words into a sentence. Pragmatics: the knowledge that underlies the use o
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YORKLING 3210Marina Sherkina- Lieber Sherkina- LieberFall

LING 3210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Cerebral Cortex, Sign Language, Angular Gyrus

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A pidgin: is a language resulting from contact between speakers of different languages. A pidgin"s grammar is different from that of its source languag
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YORKLING 3210Marina Sherkina- Lieber Sherkina- LieberFall

LING 3210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Phonological Development, Categorical Perception

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YORKLING 1000allWinter

LING 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Word Formation, Back-Formation

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