Exam 1 Study Guide - Phonetics/Phonology • What is...

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Exam 1 Study Guide IAH 231C Spring 2008 • The exam will have 17 questions (15 questions + 2 extra credit questions) • Results will be emailed • Questions will be both True/False and Multiple Choice Questions will cover all material from lectures, readings after Reading Quiz 1, and any presentations. The topics include the following: Language and Its Study • 9 Ideas about Language • Sociolinguistic Terms • Style Shifting Models • Standard and Non-standard variants • Data Gathering Methodologies • Social Variables • The Social Stratification of R in NYC o Methodology o Results o Advantages/Disadvantages
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Unformatted text preview: Phonetics/Phonology • What is phonetics/phonology? • Why use the IPA? • Phonetic variation • Stress and intonation • Phonological processes Morphology • Morphemes and morpheme identification • Derivational vs inflectional morphemes • Morphological rules • Morphological variation • Lexical Change • Jargon, argot, and slang • Word formation processes Syntax • Syntactic categories • Constituents • Syntactic ambiguity • Syntactic Variation Semantics/Pragmatics • Semantics vs. Pragmatics • Prototype theories • Semantics Project • Grice’s Maxims • Jokes Group Project...
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