Which term includes the study of morphology, syntax, phonetics, and semantics?
Which term describes the sounds such as Z-Z-Z-Z or V-V-V-V?
sounds with no vibration such as S-S-S and F-F-F?
The blocking of air flow and then releasing it abruptly, like [p], [t], [k] for voiceless, and [b], [d], [g] for voiced is known as
Which of the following shows distinguishing sounds in a language, and some examples are /t/, /f/, or /v/?
Register is a limited language usage for different purposes and settings?
The voiced sounds [w] and [j] are glides because they are said with the tongue in motion to or from a position of a vowel?
Dialect can differ from one social group to the next and even by region?
The assumption that grammar was a set of rules needed for the proper use of language was known as descriptive grammar?
Liquids are the production of two voiceless sounds [l] and [r]?
Vowels sounds are mostly articulated via closure and obstruction in the vocal tract?
Vowel sounds are typically voiced and the sound is produced with a free flow of air?
Which of the following is/are example of a fricative articulatory position? (check all that apply)
sociolinguistics is the study of the relationships between which of the following?
Which of the following apply to the study of semantics?
Standard English encompasses which of the following in the language? (check all that apply)
This word includes semivowels such as y in yes and the w in war?
The exchanging of information between people to convey a message or socialize?
AAVE is sometimes called Ebonics outside the academic community?
Nearly all nasals consonants are what two types? (check all that apply)