Michael Barrie - ENG2003 언어학개론



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Attachments:

Introduction Morphology
Phonetics 1 Phonetics 2
Phonology I Phonology II Phonology III Morphophonology


Online Resources:

Please feel free to hand in your homework assignments hand-written, unless you're instructed to hand it in on cybercampus. The following links are useful if you type any of your assignments or for longer papers in more advanced classes.

Here is a useful website for syntax and morphology trees.

Here is a useful website for typing IPA symbols.

IPA chart in English and other languages including Korean

Phonology (flapping): Listen to this video and to this video. In the first video a child star is about to sing a song suggested by a boy in the audience. In the second video, the child star is now older and is hallucinating she is a young child singing the same song. The line is, "I've written a letter to daddy." Try to listen for differences in flapping between the three speakers saying this line:

Boy: [aɪ̯v ɹɪʔn̩ ə lεɾɹ̩ ɾə dæɾi]

Girl: [aɪ̯v ɹɪʔn̩ ɐ lεɾɹ̩ tʰu dædi]

Woman: [aɪ̯v ɹɪʔn̩ ɐ lεtɹ̩ tʰu dædi]

Phonology (Korean rules): Listen to this video and try to figure out what rules of Korean phonology the people in the video are talking about? Try to write the rules.

Syntax: This video provides a clear introduction to the same points introduced in class. It provides an additional perspective that may help you understand the concepts.

Homework:

HW#1 (due March 12th):
Write a one-page (200-250 words) reaction to the video shown in class on March 7th.

HW#2 (due March 19th):
1. Find one example of singular "they" from either Shakespeare or Austen. (These are really easy to find online by googling for them.) Recall the example of singular "they" in class: "Someone left their umbrella on the bus."
2. Watch the following two videos and explain one way in which animal communication is similar to human language and one way in which it is different. Be sure to address the specific details discussed in the two videos. video 1 (only to 2:10) and video 2.

HW#3 (due April 2nd):
1. Draw morphology trees for two of the following words: reprivatization, unavoidability, 가십니까, 거머잡았네요
2. Page 66, question 7.

HW#4 (due April 11th):
p. 127, questions 7 and 8. For question 8 state any alternation you found using a phonological rules with features.

Schedule:
lecture date contents homework reading extra practice
1 March 5th Introduction 1 Chapter 1.1 - 1.3
2 March 7th Language Endangerment film
3 March 12th Introduction 2 HW1 due - hand in on cybercampus Chapter 1.5-1.7
4 March 14th Morphology 1
Chapter 2.1 - 2.2
5 March 19th Morphology 2 HW2 due - hand in on cybercampus Chapter 2.3 - 2.4
6 March 21st Morphology 3 Chapter 2.6 - 2.7
7 March 26th Phonetics 1 HW3 due - hand in at the beginning of class Chapter 3.1 - 3.3 -Phonetics website
-IPA chart in other languages
8 April 2nd Phonetics 2 phonetics quiz - email to schedule appointment Chapter 3.3 - 3.7 (skip 3.4)
9 April 4th Phonology 1 Chapter 4.1 - 4.3
10 April 9th Phonology 2 Chapter 4.4 - 4.5
11 April 11th Phonology 3 HW4 due - hand in at the beginning of class Chapter 4.6 - 4.7
12 April 16th Morphophonology Chapter 4.8
13 April 18th Review
April 23rd/25th MIDTERM
14 April 30th Syntax 1 Chapter 5.1 - 5.2
15 May 2nd Syntax 2 Chapter 5.3
16 May 7th Syntax 3 HW5 due Chapter 5.4 - 5.5
17 May 9th Syntax 4 Chapter 5.6
18 May 14th Semantics HW6 due Chapter 6
19 May 16th Pragmatics Chapter 7
20 May 21st Sociolinguistics HW7 due Chapter 8
21 May 23rd Historical Linguistics 1 HW8 due Chapter 9.1-9.4
22 May 28h Historical Linguistics 2 Chapter 9.6
23 May 30th Acquisition HW9 due Chapter 11
24 June 11th Psycholinguistics and Neurolinguistics HW10 due Chapter 12
25 June 13th Review