• 3 Pages ling201spring06syllabus
    Ling201spring06syllabus

    School: Michigan State University

    Linguistics 201 Spring 2006, Section E Jan Anderssen Meeting Times: MWF 1:25 2:15 in Herter 119 Course Website: people.umass.edu/janderss/ling201 Contact Details Email: jan@linguist.umass.edu Website: people.umass.edu/janderss AIM s/n: ling201jan O

  • 1 Page tagalog
    Tagalog

    School: Michigan State University

    Course: LIN 200

    Tagalog Data 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. sumulat sumulat susulat sumusulat sulatin sinulat susulatin sinusulat hahanap hanapin hinahanap hinanap bumabasa bumasag dumatiN write! wrote will write is writing be written! was written wil

  • 6 Pages c_and_movement_notes
    C_and_movement_notes

    School: Michigan State University

    Course: LIN 200

    Notes on C and Movement Curt Anderson Fall 2010 1 Some new terminology Heres some new terminology that makes explaining things easier (also see page 108 in Munn & Schmitt): Head: the item that gives the phrase its category. D is the head of DP, N the hea

  • 2 Pages inflectional_derivational
    Inflectional_derivational

    School: Michigan State University

    Course: LIN 200

    Inectional versus derivational morphology Fall 2011 Curt Anderson We talked about how words are composed of morphemes, and how morphemes combine together to create larger words. But, a lingering question is why certain sorts of meanings are impossible wit

  • 19 Pages more-practice-trees
    More-practice-trees

    School: Michigan State University

    Course: LIN 200

    More Practice Sentences LIN 200 1 Basics B1. The man will nish the project on Tuesday. B2. The letter to the workers insulted them terribly. B3. John thought that he would leave early. B4. John hoped to leave early. B5. Bill said the man in the park was r

  • 52 Pages Practice-set3
    Practice-set3

    School: Michigan State University

    Course: LIN 200

    (1) The Daleks have forgotten that the Doctor has repeatedly defeated them in the past. (2) The clockwork robots are trying to capture Reinette for parts. (3) Shoot the eyepiece of the Dalek with your bazooka! (4) Expect George to buy a new car. (5) Save

  • 15 Pages practice-trees-200
    Practice-trees-200

    School: Michigan State University

    Course: LIN 200

    LIN 200 Practice sentences 1 Draw trees for the following sentences 1.1 1.2 Declarative sentences Movement sentences 1. The tall man ate in the park. 1. Where did the tall man eat? 2. The man with the hat walked the dog. 2. Which dog did the man with the

  • 36 Pages Practice1-Solutions
    Practice1-Solutions

    School: Michigan State University

    Course: LIN 200

    Practice from Week One of syntax Draw the structures for each of the following sentences. 1. That horrible bitch selshly ruined my tasty casserole. 2. The drunk hipster judged the poor mainstream bro for his terrible socks with those awful animals. 3. The

  • 33 Pages PSet7-SS13-solutions
    PSet7-SS13-solutions

    School: Michigan State University

    Course: LIN 200

    PSet 7 Tree solutions DP D the NP AP A ominous NP N aura PP P of DP D a NP AP A dangerous NP AP NP A haunted N jungle the ominous aura of a dangerous haunted jungle 1 T T present VP VP V terrorizes PP P with DP D the D NP N survivors P on NP N stories PP

  • 1 Page Southern_Shift_chart
    Southern_Shift_chart

    School: Michigan State University

    Course: LIN 200

    The Southern Shift 3 5 4 6 2 4 4 1 Stages of the Southern Shift: 1. The diphthong [a] is slightly fronted and monophthongized to a long version of [a] 2. The mid front tense vowel [e] is lowered and backed towards a position between [] and [a] 3. The high

  • 6 Pages Prescriptive & Descriptive
    Prescriptive & Descriptive

    School: Michigan State University

    Course: LIN 200

    P. Schlenker - Ling 1 - Introduction to the Study of Language UCLA, Winter 2004 Introduction to the Study of Language - Lecture Notes 0 Rules of Language: Description vs. Prescription + Goal: To know a language is to have in principle the ability to utter

  • 25 Pages Midterm-Review
    Midterm-Review

    School: Michigan State University

    Course: LIN 200

    Midterm Review - SS13 1 Overview of Concepts Finding morphemes (PSet 1) Matching IPA symbols to a description of the sound - and vice versa (PSet 2) Morphological processes (PSet 1) Transcription (PSet 2 & 3) prexation Syllable structure (PSet 3) s

  • 3 Pages ling201_fall2007_class4
    Ling201_fall2007_class4

    School: Michigan State University

    Linguistics 201 Introduction to Linguistic Theory Fall 2007 Section D Null morpheme (-) September 13, 2007 We looked at the following data from Tz'utujil, a Mayan language spoken in Guatemala.1 xinwari neeli ne7eeli nixwari xateeli natwari I slep

  • 3 Pages ling201fall06midtermpractice
    Ling201fall06midtermpractice

    School: Michigan State University

    Ling 201 Practice Questions One: Many speakers of English have two allophones of [l]. One, called clear l, is transcribed as [l] in the following data. The other, called dark l, is transcribed as [l]. [lajf] [lip] [luz] [i.lop] [di.layt] [slip] `li

  • 3 Pages ling201_fall2007_class18
    Ling201_fall2007_class18

    School: Michigan State University

    Linguistics 201 Introduction to Linguistic Theory Fall 2007 Section D Phrase Structure Grammars November 20, 2007 In this section of the class, well develop a grammar for an artificial language, MiniEnglish. Well describe this grammar with the he

  • 3 Pages ling201fall06homework1
    Ling201fall06homework1

    School: Michigan State University

    Name: Linguistics 201 Fall 2006, Section F September 8, 2006 Homework Assignment I Due: Wednesday, September 13, 2006 (beginning of class) 1. Turkish 1. el 2. ellerim 3. elimde 4. elim 5. eller 2. Japanese Consider the following Japanese verb forms

  • 3 Pages ling201spring07homework1
    Ling201spring07homework1

    School: Michigan State University

    Linguistics 201 Spring 2007, Section H February 2 Homework Assignment I Due: Wednesday, February 7, 2007 (beginning of class) 1. Turkish 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. el ellerim elimde elim eller (the) hand my hands in my hand my hand (the) hands 2. English In ea

  • 3 Pages ling201_fall2007_tagalog
    Ling201_fall2007_tagalog

    School: Michigan State University

    The following data are from Tagalog, a language of the Austronesian family, spoken in the Philippines. Data [Note: The dotless question mark (!) is a consonant called a glottal stop. Some Tagalog sound changes have been silently undone, just to make

  • 10 Pages Week 1 Syntax
    Week 1 Syntax

    School: Michigan State University

    Course: LIN 200

    Practice from Week One of syntax Draw the structures for each of the following sentences. (Answers on separate document on ANGEL) 1. That horrible bitch selshly ruined my tasty casserole. 2. The drunk hipster judged the poor mainstream bro for his terribl

  • 21 Pages FirstDayReading
    FirstDayReading

    School: Michigan State University

    Course: LIN 200

  • 7 Pages tree_movement_examples
    Tree_movement_examples

    School: Michigan State University

    Course: LIN 200

    More Tree Examples Spring 2011 Notes: Questionhood is about having something in the specier of CP. The specier must have either a WH word in it, or the silent question adverb (in the case of yes/no questions). Main clause questions in English have T-to-

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