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LING 301: Week 3 Notes

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Notes for week three of Introduction to Linguistics
Introduction to Lingusitics
Jared Barber
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ling, 301, Introduction, Linguistics, LU
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by DanielleCuller21 on Saturday September 17, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to LING 301 at Liberty University taught by Jared Barber in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Lingusitics in Modern Languages and Linguistics at Liberty University.

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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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