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UDLING101Larsen DarrellFall

LING101 Chapter 14.0-14.3: 14.0-14.3

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UDLING101Larsen DarrellFall

LING101 Chapter 3.0-3.5: 3.0-3.5

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UDLING477Mai Ha Fall

LING477 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: An Universal Etymological English Dictionary, Oxford English Dictionary, Merriam-Webster

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The first to attempt a complete list of the vocabulary of english. Contained about 40,000 entries and exhibited many of the features of a modern dictio
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UDLING477Yaping TsaiFall

LING477 Chapter 5: chapter 5 linguistics

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LING477 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Adjective Phrase, Preposition And Postposition, Adverb

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All structures have essentially the same structure - a head word plus the dependents of the head word its complements, it modifiers, and its subject or
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UDLING101Larsen DarrellFall

LING101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4.0-4.5: Part Of Speech, Bound And Unbound Morphemes, Function Word

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UDLING477Mai Ha Fall

LING477 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Syntactic Category, Affix, Reduplication

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English is a member of the indo-european language family. Originated with the norman conquest of 1066. From this thousands of french words had been bor
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UDLING477Mai Ha Fall

LING477 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Pluperfect, Future Perfect, Present Perfect

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Traditional descriptions of the tense system of english identify three tenses- past, present, and future - each of which can be combined with the perfe
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UDLING477Mai Ha Fall

LING477 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Sentence Clause Structure, Noam Chomsky, Dummy Pronoun

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In preparing to present information, the speaker or writer must consider such questions: How can i word each sentence so as to make my meaning as clear
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UDLING477Mai Ha Fall

LING477 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Vocal Tract, Vocal Folds, Sonorant

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Teachers need an understanding of the sound system in english in order to: Understand the representations of pronunciation that are given in dictionari
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LING477 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Pro-Form, Affix, Mass Noun

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Chapter 3: the grammatical properties of words: morphology and parts of speech . The way words combine to form new words, phrases, and sentences is det
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UDLING101Larsen DarrellFall

LING101 Chapter 1.0-1.4: 1.0-1.4

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