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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Nativist Theory
  2. Bilingual
  3. Noncompensatory Decision Models
  4. Inductive reasoning
  5. Receptive Language
  1. a Ability to speak two languages
  2. b We reason from specific observations to general propositions
  3. c Do not allow some attributes to compensate for others
  4. d Young children are able to learn the rules of language (Chomsky)
  5. e The ability to comprehend, process, and integrate the meaning of language

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Mental processes of thinking
  2. System of symbols, sounds, meanings and rules combination that allow for communication among humans
  3. How problems are asked can have an effect on peoples emotional response
  4. Think parents influence language development and humans are built well to to learn language
  5. A methodical, step by step procedure for trying all possible alternatives to solve a problem

5 True/False questions

  1. SemanticsThe area of language concerned with understanding the meaning of words and word combinations

          

  2. OverextensionsThe process by which we generate and evaluate arguments

          

  3. Telegraphic LanguageLacks non-important words Ex: "Give doll"

          

  4. Semantic SlantingThe area of language concerned with understanding the meaning of words and word combinations

          

  5. HolophrasesSimple and conveys meaning Ex: "UP!"