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What is the phonological representation of a dialect?
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What is the phonological representation of a dialect?
Accent
What type of rule suggests that "I ain't got nothin" is ungrammatical?
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What type of rule suggests that "I ain't got nothin" is ungrammatical?
Prescriptive
Which phonemes are the most common across all languages?
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Which phonemes are the most common across all languages?
/p/ /t/ /k/ (Voiceless stop consonants)
What type of grammar tree includes phrases as a node?
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What type of grammar tree includes phrases as a node?
syntactic trees
Name the features of /u/.
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Name the features of /u/.
High back round tense
What does # mean?
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What does # mean?
Semantically incorrect
What term describes rules that are shared across all the world's languages?
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What term describes rules that are shared across all the world's languages?
Universal grammatical principles
What type of morpheme may be added to a stem without changing its lexical class?
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What type of morpheme may be added to a stem without changing its lexical class?
Inflectional
Which linguistics term has the following definition: "In most cases, there is no inherent relationship between sound and meaning."
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Which linguistics term has the following definition: "In most cases, there is no inherent relationship between sound and meaning."
Abritrariness
Name the open classes of lexical items.
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Name the open classes of lexical items.
Verbs, Nouns, Adjectives, Adverbs
How many allomorphs of plural 's' are there?
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How many allomorphs of plural 's' are there?
Three - /s/, /z/, /ɪz/
Name the type of phrase and the head of the following: "the playing of a review game"
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Name the type of phrase and the head of the following: "the playing of a review game"
Noun phrase, "playing"
How many allophones of /l/ are there in English? What are they?
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How many allophones of /l/ are there in English? What are they?
Two, /l/ and /ɫ/
Name three constituency tests
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Name three constituency tests
clefting test, substitution test, coordination test
Classify the types of morpheme that NESS is in "happiNESS" (need 4)
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Classify the types of morpheme that NESS is in "happiNESS" (need 4)
derivational suffix closed bound
What term describes the different levels of formality in language, associated also with occupational differences?
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What term describes the different levels of formality in language, associated also with occupational differences?
Register
Who speaks AAE? AND Who doesn't speak AAE?
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Who speaks AAE? AND Who doesn't speak AAE?
AAE is primarily spoken by AA, but may be spoken by individuals of other races as well; it is NOT spoken by those mocking its features
Name the dialect that is considered most logical and why it is considered logical.
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Name the dialect that is considered most logical and why it is considered logical.
Standard dialect, b/c other varieties are spoken by minority groups, and the connotation is that the speakers of nonstandard are less logical
What are the 4 Gricean maxims?
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What are the 4 Gricean maxims?
Quality, quantity, relevance, manner
The fact that speakers work together to create meaningful discourse is known what?
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The fact that speakers work together to create meaningful discourse is known what?
The cooperative principle
Around how many months does the average child say their first word?
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Around how many months does the average child say their first word?
Twelve
What term describes how the brain has split processing across hemispheres?
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What term describes how the brain has split processing across hemispheres?
Lateralization
What term describes the loss of words or grammatical structures caused by brain injury or illness?
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What term describes the loss of words or grammatical structures caused by brain injury or illness?
Aphasia
Which language region is associated primarily with lexical processing and retrieval?
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Which language region is associated primarily with lexical processing and retrieval?
Wernicke's Area
What is a lexical category or feature that supports the theory of language relativity? (3 of 5 answers required)
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What is a lexical category or feature that supports the theory of language relativity? (3 of 5 answers required)
color terms, names for directions/spatial relations, lexical gaps, grammatical gender, kinship terms
Draw a tree for the following sentence: The very silly teacher forgot to make the jeopardy game until Friday afternoon.
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Draw a tree for the following sentence: The very silly teacher forgot to make the jeopardy game until Friday afternoon.
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