If a student uses the word "ya'll" the word "ya'll" is considered a part of that student's accent not dialect.
Sociolinguistics considers the study of language in relation to...
All of the above
Native English speakers learn syntax through repetition before they learn the parts of speech and rules of grammar.
The teacher has the students read a list of words on the board. The students notice that the sounds produced all either obstruct air by the lips, teeth, and or tongue. What type of sounds are they working on?
AAVE does not have a vocabulary separate from other varieties of English. However AAVE speakers do...
use words that are not found in in other varieties
Use some English words in ways that differ from the standard dialect
pronounce words differently
give words in the English language different meanings
A language's system of stress
All of the Above
A line of communication requires...
a sender and a receiver.
A driver and a passenger
a cell phone and a signal
The vocabulary of a person, language, or branch of knowledge (such as nautical or medical) is
A speech sound made by the vocal cords and is also a type of letter in the alphabet is known as
Bob and Mary are sitting in the living room. A cool breeze enters the room through an open window. Mary states "I am cold!". Bob proceeds to get up and close the window. Based on Bob's reaction, Mary's statement is an example of:
Fish, hot, thumb, sit, and shock are all words that are examples of words using what type of consonants?
Which of the phrases below best describe the concept of semantics?
Some see the glass half empty and others see the glass half full.
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.
A barking dog can be good, especially if he is a guard dog, or can be bad because he is untrained and awakens people.
Using shorthand writing in a text message to a friend would look very different from an email being sent to a manager in an office setting. This variation in language used between different social settings is known as
Standard English is comprised of uniformity of which of the below in English speaking countries?
Children with morphology and syntactic deficits experience difficulty learning and using the rules that govern word formation and phrase/sentence formation. At the word level, these children may not correctly use plural forms or verb tenses.
Specialists in descriptive grammar examine the principles and patterns that underlie the use of words, phrases, clauses, and sentences.
the scientific study of language and its structure (Linguistics), including the study of...
Book is an example of an unvoiced consonant.
The consonants in the words we and you are examples of approximants.
When a doctor gives you a prescription for medication, it often includes directions about how you should take your medication as well as what you should not do when taking your medication. In a similar way, this is an analogy to understanding prescriptive grammar because it tells you how you should speak, and what type of language to avoid.