L21M4 - Lecture 21 (04/03/11) Midterms Handed Back Midterm...

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Lecture 21 (04/03/11) Midterms Handed Back Midterm Review How do logograms relate to phonemes? 10 marks - Logograms represent specific concepts so it represents a morpheme - Each character represents a word - Sometimes use a logogram not for its meaning but for its sounds value – inching towards occasionally having a phonemic component but one which is weak - Ex. Chinese characters – pronounced differently in different Chinese languages The cat ate the mouse – is the relationship btw the words pragmatic or syntagmatic? 5 marks - Syntagmatic words put one after the other to form a sentence is the syntagmatic sentence What is a creole? 5 marks - It a pidgin which has become someone’s first language (doesn’t mean it has to be a official language though) Turner’s article – Betwixt and Between – according to him what is a structure of rites of passage and how does it relate to the purpose of the rites of passage? 10 marks - Structure he presents is separation, margin (liminality) and aggregation
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L21M4 - Lecture 21 (04/03/11) Midterms Handed Back Midterm...

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