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Unformatted text preview: future opportunities. Language is a symbolic form of communication. Symbols are rules, arbitrary, vary from language to language. Communication is not uniquely human. There are 2 main forms of communication. Verbal and nonverbal Nonverbal: Body stance, facial expressions. Writing (human) Verbal: Spoken Language. Phonology: study of sound. Phonetics: The study of speech sounds in general. Phonemics: study of sounds that produce contrasts. Morphology: how sounds sound combined. Morphines: Words and meaningful parts in language. Syntax: Agreement of words....
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