LINGUISTICS 1, WEB QUIZ #5
1. WHY ARE LANGUAGES DIVERSE?
2. POSSIBLE AND IMPOSSIBLE LANGUAGE CHANGES
3. CHANGES IN SOUNDS OVER TIME I
4. CHANGES IN SOUNDS OVER TIME II
5. WHAT IS (GENETIC) RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LANGUAGES?
6. REGULAR SOUND CORRESONDENCES I
LINGUISTICS 1, WEB QUIZ #1
Web assignment questions:
1. WHAT IS A "LINGUIST"?
2. LANGUAGE AS AN "INSTINCT
3. LANGUAGE AS PART OF PHYSICAL BIOLOGY
4. EQUIVALENCE OF EXPRESSIVE POWER
5. TWO USES OF THE WORD "GRAMMAR"
6. DID HUMANS "INVENT" LANGUAGE?
Introduction to Study of Language
Professor Russell Schuh
ESSAY QUESTIONS: LESSON 3 MORPHOLOGY
Due Sunday, July 5, 2015 at 11:59 PM PDT via your class website
Essay answers should be no more than 150 wo
# 2 on page 32. (2 points)
a. *Robin forced the sheriff go Robin forced the sheriff TO go.
f. * He came a large sum of money by. - awkward split of a phrasal verb or incorrectly written idiom: He
came by a large sum of money.
g. Did in a corner litt
INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF LANGUAGE
Winter Quarter 2015
Russell G. Schuh
Week by week outline
Course paper information
The Language Instinct: Introduction
The Language Instinct: Discussion Questions
Film outline: T
COURSE PAPER INFORMATION
Sample paper (German)
Sample paper (Korean)
Some more hints
Some guidelines and examples for paper preparation by Mattyas Huggard (a highly experienced
Linguistics 1 TA who has read and grades hundreds of Linguistics 1 papers!
Language sounds are described by the combination of several factors. Analyzing sounds with these factors will allow us to
determine which sounds are similar in which way and different in which way. As we will discuss in the lecture for
Ling 1 - Introduction to the Study of Language, UCLA
Introduction to Language - Lecture Notes 6A
Computing Syntactic Representations
on the fly!
Handout of the lecture by Prof. Carson Schutze, UCLA
Written by prof. Carson Schutze (with minor revisions)
Linguistics 1 Lec. 5
UG map the world into a grammar
> Some Core Identical for all languages
> Some variable parts whose structures are guided by UG
> Some arbitrary parts
Language and Thought
Linguistics 1 Lec. 3
We can form infinitely many new sentences, and yet we are finite
We know Rules
Property of Recursion
The possibility of which in language has been argued to distinguish
Linguistics 1 Lec. 2
The Familiar and The Quirky
Languages and Grammars:
o Like human faces, very diverse (socially, psychologically)
Diversity may conceal substantial uniformity
Languages (E-Language): Warlpiri, Urdu, Xhosa Abstract, somewha
Ling 102/WI Introduction to the Study of Language
Module 4 Activity 5: Turkish Morpheme Identification
This activity is in the quiz tool. You have just one chance to submit your answers in the quiz tool,
so use this worksheet to prepare your answers first
to an ocean
of an ocean
to a house
from a house
from a little house
in a little ocean
1. What is the Turk
2. 2. For [t] and , it alw
Ling 1: 1E
1. You and him both know that I hate war.
2. This reveals that although the formation of sentence (c) does make sense, the
additional descriptions added to the pronoun phrase makes it unnecessary.
Introduction to the Study of Language
Professor Russell Schuh
ESSAY QUESTIONS: LESSON 1 INTRODUCTION
Answers for each of the essay questions should be no more than 150 words.
Please type your answers us
Homework #3 (due 5/4-5)
Syntax Homework (100 points)
1. Underline all the NPs in the following sentences: (10 points, 2 each)
a. The girls love sushi.
That boy has won many races.
Homework #1 (due 4/13-14)
Your Knowledge of Language (100 points)
Part I (60 points total)
1. Consider these two statements: I learned a new word today. I learned a new sentence
today. Do you think the two statements a
Homework #2 (due 4/20-21)
Morphology Homework (100 points)
1. Divide the following words by placing a + between their morphemes. (Some of the words
may be monomorphemic and therefore indiv