Principles and Parameters in Natural Language

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Introduction of the Course – What is linguistics? What is Language? – Language and Arbitrariness, Language and Dialect – E vs I Language, Language as a rule governed system – Language Faculty, Language in Human Mind – How do we learn language? – Language Acquisition – Innateness: Some Essential Concepts – Structure of Language at the Level of Sounds – Sounds (Vocal Apparatus) – Places and Manners of Articulation – Word Formation/Phonotactic Rules – Rules of Word Formation (Singular-Plural) – Sentence: An Introduction – Making of a Sentence (Components) – Grammaticality and Acceptability – Subject and Verb in a Sentence – Sentence: Objects and Verbs – Phrase Structure – X-Bar Theory

Specifier and Complement – Complements and Adjuncts – VP Components – Categorial Selections, Selectional Restrictions on verbs – Thematic Relations – Case – Morphological and Abstract Case – Structural Case – Exceptional Case Marking – Movement – Motivations for Movement – Guest Lecture: Generative Grammar by Professor B. N. Patnaik -Questions and Movement – Passives and NP Movement – NP Movement and Raising – Principles of Binding Theory – Binding Theory and NP Interpretations – Constraints on Movements – Structure of Language and Negation – Negation and Negative Polarity Items – Structure, Language, Cognition and Pragmatics

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Introduction of the Course Details 33:59
What is linguistics? What is Language? Details 47:48
Language and Arbitrariness, Language and Dialect Details 56:11
E vs I Language, Language as a rule governed system Details 54:25
Language Faculty, Language in Human Mind Details 51:53
How do we learn language? Details 54:13
Language Acquisition Details 50:49
Innateness: Some Essential Concepts Details 53:37
Structure of Language at the Level of Sounds Details 54:17
Sounds (Vocal Apparatus) Details 53:46
Places and Manners of Articulation Details 50:46
Word Formation/Phonotactic Rules Details 50:26
Rules of Word Formation (Singular-Plural) Details 53:50
Sentence: An Introduction Details 50:18
Making of a Sentence (Components) Details 54:14
Grammaticality and Acceptability Details 46:22
Subject and Verb in a Sentence Details 53:14
Sentence: Objects and Verbs Details 49:29
Phrase Structure Details 50:12
X-Bar Theory Details 48:46
Specifier and Complement Details 51:50
Complements and Adjuncts Details 46:52
VP Components Details 43:5
Categorial Selections, Selectional Restrictions on verbs Details 47:53
Thematic Relations Details 50:55
Case Details 49:37
Morphological and Abstract Case Details 51:21
Structural Case Details 55:46
Exceptional Case Marking Details 46:29
Movement Details 49:36
Motivations for Movement Details 47:39
Guest Lecture: Generative Grammar by Professor B. N. Patnaik Details 55:4
Questions and Movement Details 48:35
Passives and NP Movement Details 49:12
NP Movement and Raising Details 52:20
Principles of Binding Theory Details 49:10
Binding Theory and NP Interpretations Details 47:14
Constraints on Movements Details 26:40
Structure of Language and Negation Details 48:5
Negation and Negative Polarity Items Details 53:58
Structure, Language, Cognition and Pragmatics Details 59:3

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