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Chapter 1: Introduction Pragmatics: how language is affected by its context Semantics: study of linguistic meaning Syntax: study of phrases, clauses, and sentences Morphology: study of word formation Phonology: study of the sound system of language (pronunciation) Psychological language and Software:
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Unformatted text preview: Vocal tract and hardware: Personal pronouns : him, her Reflexive pronouns : himself, herself Antecedent: thing pronoun refers to Antecedents for personal pronouns/for reflexive pronouns: cannot be the same Inside the same clause: Outside the same clause:...
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  • Spring '14
  • EricDrewry
  • Grammar, pronouns/for reflexive pronouns

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