LDA Test #1

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What components of language fall under form?phonology, morphology, syntaxWhat components of language fall under content?SemanticsWhat components of language fall under use?PragmaticsAccentInfluence of native language on the way words are pronounced in another languageDialectREGIONAL and CULTURAL differences in pronunciation and vocabularyGeneral American English (GAE)used by news mediaT/F: Those who speak English using a different dialect should NOT qualify for therapy based solely on the dialect differences, including African American EnglishTRUEMorphemeThe smallest MEANINGFUL unit within a languageWhen should those who speak English as a Second Language qualify for therapy?When there are concerns in their native language, or if they have requested assistance for accent modificationMinimal Pairsa pair of words that differ by only one phoneme (bus/buzz)Bound Morphemesa morpheme that cannot stand alone as a meaningful wordJessiWho's awesome?????Free Morphemesa morpheme that can stand alone as a meaningful wordCompound WordsTwo morphemes that can stand alone as individual wordsTheory of Mind (ToM)Ability to interpret or predict what another person is thinking, "shared thought process"What are adolescents expected to do to be seen as falling under "Normal Adolescent Language Development"?They are expected to use advanced language skillsFigurative LanguageIncludes jokes, riddles, proverbs, slang, humor, sarcasm, similes, metaphors, and idiomsSimiles and MetaphorsComparisons; similes use "like" or "as"Idiomphrase with a meaning that is not meant to be taken literallyInferencing Skillsinterpreting meaning from incomplete or imprecise informationNarrative Skillsstories should have a logical beginning, middle, end, and should be detailed yet conciseDecontextualized LanguageThings that happen elsewhere, removed from the here and now (script, pretending, telling a story, etc)What is the order of normal developmental skills for narrating?1. Labeling 2. Listing 3. Connecting 4. Sequencing 5. Narrating - adolescent should be skilled atInflectional AffixesAlways have a regular meaningDerivational AffixesAn affix that changes the part of speech