Week 1 Lecture Notes
LIN 3010: Intro to Linguistics
1. What is language?
Written language does not have pride of place since:
o Most languages are not written
o Many people are illiterate
o Written language must be taught w
1. Concerning ideas of Grammar, give three descriptive rules of your native
language. How are these rules different from the kinds of rules you were taught
about in school?
1. Some English speakers use a
LIN3010 INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTICS
Course Syllabus Fall 2015
M-W-F 3rd Period (9:35-10:25am)
AND (Anderson) 019
M-W-F 5th Period (11:45am-12:35pm)
AND (Anderson) 013
Quiz 1 Review
Features of Natural Human Language
Common to all systems of communication regardless of
Mode of communication
Semanticity signals have meaning
Pragmatic function all comm. Systems serve a purpose
Shared by some comm.
Florida Atlantic University
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
CHM 2046: GENERAL CHEMISTRY II (3 credits)
It is the students responsibility to read this entire syllabus and be aware of (as well as
Exam 2 Review CHM 2045
Balance the following equations.
1. _C3H7OH (l) + _O2 (g)
2. _Cr (s) + _O2 (g)
3. _Fe (s) + _H2O (g)
_CO2 (g) + _H2O (g)
_Fe3O4 (s) + _H2 (g)
Combustion of a Hydrocarbon
When the reactant is a hydrocarbon (a compound c
Chapter 14 Review Ms. Tanzman
1) Explain the difference between a strong acid and a weak acid. Do the same for bases.
Strong Acid: an acid that ionizes (dissociates into H+ ions) completely in aqueous
solution. So that in wat
Consciousness is a difficult concept to understand, for consciousness is something
that can be possessed but not held. It is not a physical object, nor can it be visibly seen in
a person. Consciousness is something that is a priviledge to have si
LIN3010 INTRODUCTION TO
List of study problems to accompany assigned reading.
Use these problems as comprehension checks for your reading, and to stay up-to-date on
the course content. These or similar problems may appear on quizzes and ex