Language (CBSE-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II)): Questions 5 - 9 of 66

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Question number: 5

» Language » Stages of Language Development

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Language is termed productive if it

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a.

does not allow new ideas to be generated.

b.

provides a set of rules for making sounds into words and words into sentences.

c.

increases one’s adaptation to a changing environment.

d.

allows for communication of thoughts and ideas.

e.

is capable of generating new ideas and possibilities.

Question number: 6

» Language » Stages of Language Development

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The study of the meaning of words is important because

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a.

it is necessary to follow the development of phonemes by a growing child.

b.

it does not reveal any connection between language and thoughts.

c.

it measures the emotional content of language.

d.

it reveals the connection between language and thought.

e.

people speak different languages and translation becomes important.

Question number: 7

» Language » Rules of Grammar & Syntax

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“Anti” is an example of

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Choice (5) Response

a.

syntax.

b.

semantics.

c.

surface structure.

d.

a morpheme.

e.

a phoneme.

Question number: 8

» Language » Stages of Language Development

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The ability to speak two languages is referred to as

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a.

bilingualism.

b.

multilingualism.

c.

linguistics.

d.

bi-languagism.

e.

fluency.

Question number: 9

» Language » Stages of Language Development

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The fact that “Dog bites man” has a very different meaning from “Man bites dog” demonstrates the importance of

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Choice (5) Response

a.

conditional relationships.

b.

syntax.

c.

connotation.

d.

linguistic determinism.

e.

morphemes and phonemes.

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