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Introduction; the Wealth of English LIN203 – Lecture 1
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Summary Introduc2on Course Syllabus i>clicker Weekly online quizzes Learning Outcomes The Wealth of English Size of the English vocabulary Words with similar meanings Na2ve vs. borrowed words The history hidden in words Word Elements
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How to register your i>clicker? Log-on to Blackboard and go to the LIN203 page On the LIN203 home page in Blackboard, click on the “i>clicker registra2on” buPon This buPon is found in the menu on the leQ side of the screen
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How to register your i>clicker? Locate the unique i>clicker ID code, found on the back of your remote underneath the barcode Enter this 8-character ID in the window highlighted in blue Your remote will be ac2vated once you use it to answer the next ques2on
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i>clicker question… 1. In the “Simpsons”, what is the address of the Simpsons’ house? a. 742 Evergreen Terrace, Springfield b. 744 Evergreen Terrace, Springfield c. 740 Evergreen Terrace, Springfield d. 699 Main Street, Springfield
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Weekly Online Quizzes Sample ques2ons 1. Put the following major stages of the history of English in the correct order: a. Prehistoric English b. Modern English c. Middle English d. Old English (correct answer: a>d>c>b)
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Weekly Online Quizzes Sample ques2ons 2. Fill in the blanks (word bank provided) Element Gloss Examples pot able, powerful poten2al, impotent fug flee fugi2ve , centrifuge
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Learning Outcomes By the end of this lecture, you should be able to: 1.
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