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6 Multiple choice questions

  1. Manner of speaking relying on the use of personal pronouns that stresses informality and sym-metrical power relationships
  2. Arbitrarily selected and learned stimulus repre¬senting something else
  3. The idea that from a finite set of rules, a speaker of any language can create or generate an infinite number of sentences, many of which have never before been uttered
  4. Manner of speaking where persons say no more or less than is needed to communicate a point
  5. Manner of speaking wherein the inten¬tions of the speakers are hidden or only hinted at during interaction
  6. Manner of speaking where one employs overt expressions of intention

6 True/False questions

  1. dialectSmallest unit of sound, as in a consonant or vowel

          

  2. contextual styleCommunication 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

          

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

          

  4. morphemeSmallest meaningful unit of sound; a combi¬nation of phonemes

          

  5. instrumental styleManner of speaking wherein the inten¬tions of the speakers are hidden or only hinted at during interaction

          

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