305 STUDY GUIDE EXAM 1, Fall 2009

305 STUDY GUIDE EXAM 1, Fall 2009 - ssawicki 1 of 2 English...

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ssawicki 1 of 2 English 305 Exam 1 Study Guide Language, Grammar, Change, Authority Language Myths, Myth 1 “The Meanings of Words Should Not Be Allowed to Vary or Change” Language Myths , Myth 10 “Some Languages Have No Grammar” Language Myths , Myth 12 “Bad Grammar is Slovenly” Language Myths , Myth 14 “Double Negatives are Illogical” Language Myths , Myth 16 “You Shouldn’t Say ‘It is Me’ because ‘Me’ is Accusative” Language Myths , Myth 19 “Aborigines Speak a Primitive Language” How English Works Chapters 1 -2 & 4 – 6—AND ALL EXERCISES WITHIN HEW , page 138 Table 5.1 (correct progressive to present participle ) HEW , page 143 Table 5.2 HEW , page 158 Table 5.6 HEW , page 182 Table 6.1 HEW , page 182 Table 6.2 ( ditransitive and object-predicative grouped with transitive) HEW , page 2-3 “The Story of Aks” arbitrariness and systematicity and creativity linguistic competence and performance HEW , page 23 “Do Languages Have Families?” progress or decay? / attitudes about language change definitions of grammar
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2010 for the course ENGL 305 taught by Professor Sawiki during the Fall '09 term at CSU Fullerton.

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305 STUDY GUIDE EXAM 1, Fall 2009 - ssawicki 1 of 2 English...

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