NLA1 - 8/23/2011 1 What is Language? CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS...

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Unformatted text preview: 8/23/2011 1 What is Language? CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS OF LANGAUGE The 5 Traditional Components of the English Language 1. Phonology 2. Syntax 3. Morphology 4. Semantics 5. Pragmatics Bloom and Layheys Model of the Components of Language FORM Phonology English has over 40 different sounds in it. The rules for combining those sounds into words. Prosodic FeaturesThe aspects of the speech stream, such as stress, rhythm, intonation, that convey differences in the meaning of words or sentences. Syntax Syntax or syntactic rules are those rules that govern the combination of meaningful units into larger units. English syntax relies on word order for meaning. The gorpy wug wasnt miggled by the mimsy zibber. Syntax Cont. We are required to combine a predicate and a noun to create a complete sentence. NP + VP = S Predicate = main verb phrase Morphology Morphology is the defined as the smallest unit of meaning....
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NLA1 - 8/23/2011 1 What is Language? CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS...

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