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Verbal Codes Vaibhavi Kulkarni October 19, 2011
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Power of Language Central role in the ability to function, to accomplish tasks, and to interact with others Language defines our identity Our name Language variations and dialects Accents and pronunciations
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Features of Language Verbal means “consisting of words” that are spoken or written Verbal codes: Set of rules about the use of language in message creation Rule system of verbal codes Phonology Morphology Semantics Syntactics
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Rule System: Phonology Phonemes are basic units of sound Phonology refers to rules for combining phonemes Each language has inherent consonant and vowel sounds Japanese language: Basic short/long vowels and 15 consonants Difficulties in pronouncing / understanding complex consonant sounds (strength) and
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Rule System: Morphology Morphemes refer to smallest unit of meaning Morphology refers to combining phonemes to create morphemes Happy / Unhappy Comfortable / Uncomfortable Free content morpheme: (stand) Derivational morpheme: (tion, -un, anti) Bound content morpheme (ceive)
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