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- 1. Hello world! This is L TEX. A 1
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- 3. To solve for roots of the expression ax2 + bx + c = 0, use the following formula: √ −b ± b2 − 4ac x= 2a
- 4. 1 Quadratic formula To solve for roots of the expression ax2 + bx + c = 0, use the following formula: √ −b ± b2 − 4ac x= 2a 2 Next section This is complicated.1 2.1 New subsection Aside This is an aside, so don’t number me. 1 really.
- 5. English Chinese French IE Sino-Tibetan IE
- 6. English Chinese French IE Sino-Tibetan IE
- 7. (1) this is an example a. next level b. another level of example (i) another level
- 8. (1) this is an example a. next level b. another level of example (i) another level
- 9. (1) this is an example a. next level b. another level of example (i) another level c. back down
- 10. (1) *?this is a weird example
- 11. (1’) *?this is a similar example
- 12. (1) Zhangsan xihuan ziji Zhangsan like self ‘Zhangsan likes himself’
- 13. S ∃s1 ∃s2 (like(TOM, s1 ) ∧ Exp(JOHN, s1 )∧ like(TOM, s2 ) ∧ Exp(MARY, s2 ) ∧ s1 ≫ s2 ) Tnonpast λs1 .∃s2 (like(TOM, s1 ) ∧ Exp(JOHN, s1 )∧ λP,t ∃P like(TOM, s2 ) ∧ Exp(MARY, s2 ) ∧ s1 ≫ s2 ) DP λxλs1 .∃s2 (like(TOM, s1 ) ∧ Exp( x, s1 )∧ like(TOM, s2 ) ∧ Exp(MARY, s2 ) ∧ s1 ≫ s2 ) John JOHN DP v λyλxλs1 .∃s2 (like(TOM, s1 ) ∧ Exp( x, s1 )∧ Mali like(TOM, s2 ) ∧ Exp(y, s2 ) ∧ s1 ≫ s2 ) MARY v v λxλs.like(TOM, s) ∧ Exp( x, s) bi λGe,,t λyλxλ1 .∃2 predicate of ( G ( x, 1 ) ∧ G (y, 2 ) ∧ 1 ≫ 2 ) comparison
- 14. NP V NP
- 15. S NP VP V NP
- 16. S NP VP my car V NP
- 17. /in, tapiq/ Onset Alignasp -L a. ☞ t-i.n-a.piq * b. in.-ta.piq *! c. ta.pi.q-in *!**** d. ta.p-in.-iq *!**
- 18. /in, tapiq/ Onset Align a. t-i.n-a.piq * b. in.-ta.piq *!
- 19. /in, tapiq/ Onset Align a. t-i.n-a.piq * b. in.-ta.piq *!
- 20. /in, tapiq/ Onset Align a. ☞ t-i.n-a.piq * b. in.-ta.piq *!
- 21. i .nput: I . I . -R I . -O o . utput: . R . B . B . -R
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