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Question number: 1

» Language » Rules of Grammar & Syntax

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Basic speech sounds are called

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a.

syntax.

b.

semantics.

c.

phonemes.

d.

syllables.

Question number: 2

» Language » Rules of Grammar & Syntax

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The two most basic units of speech are

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semantics.

b.

words and rules of grammar.

c.

morphemes and phonemes.

d.

ideas and concepts.

Question number: 3

» Language » Language Acquisition

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Which of the following is TRUE about animal communication?

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a.

Psychologists have a doubt that animals can ever communicate.

b.

Animal communication can truly be called a language because it consists of symbols, grammar, and, most importantly, it is productive.

c.

While psychologists don’t doubt that animals communicate, there is disagreement as to whether or not animals can actually be taught a language.

d.

Although animal communication is limited, they can learn to use human language with ease and eventually attain the communication skills of the average high school sophomore.

Question number: 4

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The rules that determine how words in a language can be put together to make sentences are called

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allophonetics.

b.

morphemes.

c.

phonemes.

d.

syntax.

Question number: 5

» Language » Stages of Language Development

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Language is termed productive if it

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does not allow new ideas to be generated.

b.

allows for communication of thoughts and ideas.

c.

is capable of generating new ideas and possibilities.

d.

increases one’s adaptation to a changing environment.

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