LING 301: Week 3 Notes
LING 301: Week 3 Notes LING 301
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Date Created: 09/17/16
LING 301Introduction to LinguisticsWeek 3 Notes: VOWELS (continued from Week 2 Notes) Two different kind of vowels o Monophthong (simple) o Dipthong (complex): A vowel in which there is a change in quality during a single syllable, a combination of two vowels Sign Language Articulation o Is sign language a natural human language? Or is it something else o What properties would we expect to find in any natural human language? o Is sign language based on spoken language? Is ASL (American sign language) a manual form of English? Sign Language vs. Spoken Language o Consonants of spoken languages are described in terms of 1. Voicing 2. Place of Articulation 3. Manner of Articulation o Are there any analogs in ASL? o Yes, signs in ASL differ with respect to 1. Hand Shape 2. Location of sign in signing space 3. Movement 4. Palm orientation (Klima and Belugi 42)
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