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Homework assignments

On this page are posted the homework assignments for the class. These assignments are meant to test your understanding of the material covered in class and to help you work on aspects of cross-linguistic variation on your own, applying the same reasoning and tools of formal linguistic analysis that we’ll be discussing in class.

There will be a total of EIGHT homework assignments. Each homework counts for 5% of your overall grade. So, take each one seriously! [Note: As announced in one of the April classes, I decided to reduce the number of homework assignments to seven. The overall percentage of homework assignments in your overall grade remains 40%, however.]

While I do not mind you discussing assignment questions with your classmates, bear in mind that the work you turn in has to be yours, and yours alone. Copying someone else’s work will be treated as cheating, will receive no credit, and will be subject the consequences of violating academic integrity, as described in the College’s Academic Honesty Statement.

Delayed assignments will not be accepted.

Projected dates for assigned homework are listed on the class schedule page.

Assignment 1: .doc and .pdf (deadline passed; links deactivated)

Assignment 2: .doc and .pdf (deadline passed; links deactivated)

Assignment 3: .doc and .pdf (deadline passed; links deactivated)

Assignment 4 – Part A: .doc and .pdf (deadline passed; links deactivated)

Assignment 4 – Part B: doc (deadline passed; links deactivated)

 

Midterm exam: .doc and .pdf (deadline passed; links deactivated)

Assignment 5: doc and .pdf (deadline passed; links deactivated)

Assignment 6: doc and .pdf (deadline passed; links deactivated)

Assignment 7: doc and .pdf (deadline passed; links deactivated)

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