Views
2 years ago

Linguistics assingment

6

LINGUISTICS AS A WINDOW TO UNDERSTAND THE BRAIN Steven pinker is the speaker who introduces the video who talk about of evolution of language, he explores why language is a fundamental part of social relationship, human biology and human evolution. He explains language is distinctive essential mysterious and practicing. This world has 6,000 languages; while Charles tells that men have instinctive tending to speak as children has a instinctive process of grammar phonology, semantic and pragmatic. How is acquired, how is processed he explains that language are rules, words and morphology. Chomsky’s contributions to the science as language is focus in creativity, language have syntax unrelated to meaning in the other hand. In conclusion there are many theories about human language the human properties are characteristics of it and animals are past important in the language because not only people can communicate among them, Animals can communicate through different kind of gestures, for example dogs can communicate other dogs moving their body feet and heads that way they transmit messages the other also there are evidences from studies, animals produce no instinctive language and acquired an language of environment although some animal can imitate that action or words human can do, this are not human characteristics . 7

Linguistics - University of Minnesota Duluth
E-portfolio
Untitled - Department of Linguistics and English Language
Use of corpora - Computational Linguistics and Spoken Language ...
Linguistic Screening - Origin Brand Consultants
Annual Meeting Handbook - Linguistic Society of America
What is Ebonics? - Linguistic Society of America
Use of corpora - Computational Linguistics and Spoken Language ...
Linguistics Catalogue 09-10.indd - Pearson
Feet Change with Exposure to Language - CUNY Phonology Forum
Digitizing the Audio Archive of Linguistic Fieldwork at the Berkeley ...
Hierarchical processing of speech - Ling.cam.ac.uk
Choguita Rarámuri - Linguistics - University of California, Berkeley
Introductory Phonology - UCLA Department of Linguistics
Correlates of linguistic rhythm in the speech signal
Phonology and Phonetic Transcription - Department of Linguistics ...