Monolinguistic cues

Monolinguistic cues - o Lake 3 sounds-Semantic o Meaning/...

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- Monolinguistic cues o Body language o Distance while communicating o Eye contact o Facial expressions - Metalinguistic cues o Things we think about language o Judge if grammatically correct - Roger Brows critera for language o Semanticity o Productivity o Displacement - Syntax o Rules which govern how we combine words (grammar) - Morphology o Parts of words smallest unit of meaning o Plurals o Past tense o Free morphemes Words that can stand alone as a word o Bound morphemes Parts of words that represent meaning, but are not individual words (dog, walk, jump) Inflictions/grammatical tags (dogs, walked, jumping) - Phonology o Deals with sounds and way sounds are sequenced in symbols
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Unformatted text preview: o Lake 3 sounds-Semantic o Meaning/ content of words what they mean-Pragmatics o Social use of language -Components of speech o Articulation How air stream is broken up to produce sounds o Voice How the vocal folds respond to the air flow from the respitory system o Fluency The forward flow or speech-Displacement o Uses language to talk about past and future-Brocas o sends information to primary motor cortex o located in frontal o structure communication o necessary to speak ability to problem solve...
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