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6 Multiple choice questions

  1. A language variety associated with a particular region or social group
  2. Arbitrarily selected and learned stimulus repre¬senting something else
  3. Manner of speaking relying on the use of personal pronouns that stresses informality and sym-metrical power relationships
  4. Communication manner where the pro¬cess of interaction is emphasized, placing the burden of understanding on both the speaker and the listener; relies heavily on nonverbal cues
  5. Manner of speaking where persons say no more or less than is needed to communicate a point
  6. A cultural context wherein the speakers of a language are limited as to what they can say or do verbally. A restricted code is a status-oriented system.

6 True/False questions

  1. Standard EnglishManner of speaking wherein the inten¬tions of the speakers are hidden or only hinted at during interaction

          

  2. languageA systematic set of sounds, combined with a set of rules, for the sole purpose of communicating

          

  3. contextual styleRole-centered mode of speaking where one's choice of messages is influenced by one's relative status in the conversation

          

  4. phonemeSmallest unit of sound, as in a consonant or vowel

          

  5. morphemeSmallest unit of sound, as in a consonant or vowel

          

  6. generative grammarCommunication manner where the pro¬cess of interaction is emphasized, placing the burden of understanding on both the speaker and the listener; relies heavily on nonverbal cues

          

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