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1. An English speaker’s knowledge includes the sound sequences of the language.

1. An English speaker’s knowledge includes the sound sequences of the language. When new products are put on the market, the manufacturers have to think up new names for them that conform to the allowable sound patterns. Suppose, you were hired by a manufacturer of soap products to name five new products. What names might you come up with? List them.We are interested in how the names are pronounced. Therefore, describe in any way you can how to say the…

I’m working on a linguistics exercise and need support to help me study.I have t

I'm working on a linguistics exercise and need support to help me study.I have to analyze a text of my choice,like this one...please helpAs Morris Zapp and Fulvia Morgana flew over the Alps, dissecting the later work of Roland Barthes and enjoying a second cup of coffee, the municipal employees of Milan called a lightning strike in support of two clerks in the tax department dismissed for alleged corruption (according to the senior management they had been exempting their families…

Answer the three questions below.In your own words:In English, to pluralize most

Answer the three questions below.In your own words:In English, to pluralize most words, an /s/ is appended to the end of the word. Explain how this grammatical knowledge would be explained by the "active construction of grammar", and "statistical learning" approaches to understanding first language acquisition. Make sure to discuss how these differ with respect to grammatical rules in particular. In your own words:Below are three pairs words, one from English and one from another language (defined in parentheses). For…

There is no page # requirement or source # requirement. This is a final project

There is no page # requirement or source # requirement. This is a final project for Intro to Linguistics. I've attached full directions, but the basis of the project is to analyze the communicative effects of some aspects of one or more linguistic performances, attending to at least 2 different levels of linguistic analysis. The project has 2 preliminary assignments, and I ask that you do both, as they will provide a foundation for the actual project. Please feel free…

Directions: Answer questions 1 and 2 in detailed essay format – one essay per ea

Directions: Answer questions 1 and 2 in detailed essay format - one essay per each question, four paragraph minimum per essay. Outside sources should not be necessary, but must be properly cited if used. 1. Discuss what African American Vernacular English (AAVE) and Chicano English is in detail, and describe some of its linguistics features (syntax, phonology etc.) Note, specifically the features you’ve heard yourself. 2. Discuss the nature of Slang, and how it differs from jargon, cant, and vernacular.…

Directions: Answer questions 1 and 2 in detailed essay format – one essay per ea

Directions: Answer questions 1 and 2 in detailed essay format - one essay per each question, four paragraph minimum per essay. Outside sources should not be necessary, but must be properly cited if used. 1) Examine Linguistic Indexicality; using the power of names discuss how language indexes our various social categories/identities. Include commentary on the linguistic resources for Indexing and its repercussions in terms of Assimilation. 2) Summarize Hill’s chapter on Gaffe’s and Slurs in detail. Be sure to discuss…

Write a field note describing the language(s) and language varieties you use whi

Write a field note describing the language(s) and language varieties you use while shopping. Visit two shops selling different products and ask the shop assistant a few questions. Do you code-switch between more than one language? What are these languages? Follow the guidelines given in the handouts posted earlier on Moodle, and make sure that your field note includes both descriptive and reflective details.

This is a final paper for a 2nd-year class Intro to Sociolingustics. The goal is

This is a final paper for a 2nd-year class Intro to Sociolingustics. The goal is to show understanding of sociolinguistic concepts. The macro approach I decided to focus on will be discourse analysis but micro approaches to sociolinguistics (codeswitching, intercultural communication) would also be useful in this paper. The paper must include a discourse analysis of mental health discourse on social media, while simultaneously analysing the cultural powers it gives drive to. The cross-cultural effects of this cultural monopoly can…

i. Construct a phrase structure tree for each of the following expressionsa. The

i. Construct a phrase structure tree for each of the following expressionsa. The very tall man gave the marble to his son (very is an adverb. it modifies the adjective tall)b. The big lazy dog bit a mouthful of foodii. Each of the following strings of words is structurally ambiguous. For each, construct two phrase structure trees to show that the string of words in question corresponds to two distinct sentences.a. A girl saw a boy with a telescopeb. The…