Linguistics 1 midterm solution 1) Phonetics/phonology Below is a phonemic transcription of "Try to say the pledge with more enthusiasm." Apply each rule listed and write its result in its row. Write the surface form of the sentence (according to thes
Luiseo Examine the following data from Luiseo, a Uto-Aztecan language of Southern California, and answer the question that follows. [nokaamay] [ oki] [potaana] [ ohuukapi] [ otaana] [noki] [ omkim] [nokaamayum] [popeew]
Sign Communication Language
Signs and sign systems
Sign: an intersection of form and meaning Poison Victory Sagittarius ?
Use of (the form of) signs to convey their meaning to others
Linguistics 1 midterm Instructions: Answer two of the three questions below. If you answer all three, you must tell us which two to grade. If you do not, we will grade the first two (not the best two; as each TA has over 70 students, they cannot grad
Lin 1 Morphology practice. Look at the Turkish data below. List: a) All stems b) The imperfective suffix c) The past tense suffix d) The evidential suffix If any morpheme has more than one allomorph, list all its allomorphs. Data: Imperfective verir
Provide a list of all morphemes and their allomorphs.
Modern Western Armenian (Indo-European) bartk gadu kirk madid s rtu k tur `debt' `cat' `book' `pencil' `lip' `door' bartker `debts' gaduner `cats' kirker `books' madidner `pencils' s r
Part I. Signs and sign systems A. Definitions 1. An icon is a) A sign whose form has an arbitrary relationship to its meaning. b) A sign whose form has a direct physical correspondence to its meaning c) A sign whose form ha
Monday, January 5, 2015
Professor: Lenora Timm
Language: its structure and Use, 5th ed. By Edward
What is language?
Can be found in a dictionary
False - can be a starting point but is not a language in its self