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STAGES OF COMPREHENSION discourse modelling semantic analysis syntactic “parsing” lexical access phonemic analysis sensory processing
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THE IMMEDIACY PRINCIPLE OF LANGUAGE COMPREHENSION comprehension involves building a “model” of meaning, based on word type, meaning and order prior context and prior knowledge to minimize load, build as much of this structure as possible “on line” resolve ambiguities as they’re encountered: lexical: PLANE? syntactic: visiting relatives can be difficult this can result in “garden path” errors the conductor stood before the audience left the hall. after visiting his parents left.
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Man charged with battery Czech leader meets with opposition Teenage prostitution problem is mounting Lawyers let fly in court Police: Fighting robber is foolish The police officer saw that the lightning bolt hit the child and dialed 911. . Bill banning nude dancing on governor’s
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course EXP 3604 taught by Professor Fasig during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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