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UCLALING 1AllSpring

LING 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite, Truth Condition, Lexical Semantics

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UCLALING 1HyamsFall

LING 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-5: Coreference, Implicature, Onomatopoeia

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The possession of language distinguishes humans from other animals. Linguistic performance comprehension combining sounds into words word formation com
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UCLALING 1HyamsFall

LING 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6-10: Artistic Language, Minimal Pair, Age 13

Iris Liu9 Page
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Minimal pair sound segment that occurs in the same place in each word (eg. [k d] and [k t]) Epenthesis denoted by on top of the letter adding extra sou
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UCLALING 1HyamsSpring

LING 1 Chapter 2: ling1_ch2

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UCLALING 165CDylan BumfordWinter

LING 165C Chapter Notes - Chapter 3-4: Possible World, Partial Function, Presupposition

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Meaning are actual objects and are represented by strings of symbol. Grammar maps each linguistic expression into something beyond just a symbolic repr
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UCLALING 1Hyams, N.M.Winter

LING 1 Chapter 3: Chapter 3

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UCLALING 132Harris BenSpring

LING 132 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Grammatical Gender, Hopi, Hopi Language

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Possession of language distinguishes humans from other animals. Some myths and religions states that language = source of human life + power: only lear
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UCLALING 1Hyams, N.M.Spring

LING 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-10: Categorical Perception, Colorless Green Ideas Sleep Furiously, Optimality Theory

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Knowing a language doesn"t entail just knowing a lot of words. We unconsciously use a profound amount of knowledge when engaging in the simplest of con
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UCLALING 20timFall

LING 20 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Syntactic Category, Nonfinite Verb, Mass Noun

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Part of speech (syntactic category, word class): if we have categories for words that can appear in certain positions and categories for those that don
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UCLALING 1Hyams, N.M.Winter

LING 1 Chapter 4: Chapter 4

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UCLALING 1Torrence, W.H.

LING 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Vowel Diagram, Great Vowel Shift, Proto-Indo-European Language

All living languages change with time (rather slowly compared to the human life span) Many language changes are revealed in written records. Stages of
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UCLALING 165CDylan BumfordWinter

LING 165C Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Implicature, Syntactic Category, Principle Of Compositionality

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Direct compositionality: each syntactic rule which predicts the existence of some well-formed expression is paired with a semantic rule which gives the
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