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Information necessary to include in a formal letter are _______. date, relationship, and age dates, names, and addresses dates, serial numbers, and locations date, preferred language, and race.
A formal letter does not use salutations or complimentary closings true it depends on the context false none of the above.
What should you always do when writing a formal letter? Make a cup of tea before you start Put in some colourful pictures Use Correct Sentences Use paragraphs.
One may write a(n) ____ letter find out information, to apply for a job or a course,or to send an apology Informal formal Chain none of the above.
_______ letters are letters to people who we don't know on a personal level. Informal None of the above Reference Chain.
All formal letters have one thing in common professionalism none of the above publicity an unknown purpose.
______ letters are generally precise and to-the-point, without any unnecessary detail. Formal Semi-formal none of the above Informal.
Which of these would not be acceptable in a formal letter? Wouldn't I am Do not Cannot.
Which salutation is linked to the "See ya" letter closure? Dear Sir/Madam Never acceptable Hey Mary Dear Mr Higgins.
Which salutation is linked to the "Yours sincerely" letter closure? Dear Mr Swift Never acceptable Dear Sir/Madam Hello Jane.
Which salutation is linked to the "Yours faithfully" letter closure? Hey there Never acceptable Dear Sir/Madam Dear Mr Smith.
I am writing to express my disappointment" is a typical formulaic expression of greetings informal letters letters of complaint E-mails to a friend.
When writing the headline none of the above use the simple present to describe recent events use the imperative to describe recent events omit the verbs.
A complaint letter is an example of a(n) ________ letter informal formal formated personal.
Emails, cell phones, and social media are slowly declining the use of personal letters true none of the above it depends on the context false.
A letter may be written to communicate something that's difficult to say face-to-face. false none of the above true it depends on the context.
How would you start this email? Dear _________ Over the weekend, we started having problems with our heating. Please could you call me as soon as possible so we can discuss having repairs done. As you will appreciate, the weather is very cold and we are finding having no heating a major inconvenience. Thank you in anticipation for your speedy response to this matter. Take care XXXXX Joe: Mr Smith, Joe, Mr Smith:.
How would you finish this letter? Dear Mrs McDonald, I am writing to apply for the Head of English position advertised in this week's Times Educational Supplement. As you will see from my application form, I have extensive experience of teaching English and have successfully led colleagues before. Please also find attached a copy of my CV. Thank you for considering my application. I look forward to hearing from you in due course. _______________(Signature) Yours faithfully, Yours All the best Yours sincerely,.
You are writing an email to a good friend. How would you end it? Katie, Love the photos on Facebook of last weekend. Fancy catching up over a coffee later this week? Call me. Best wishes Love Regards All the best.
Imagine you've bought a new TV, and it doesn't work. What are you going to write to express your dissatisfaction? A letter of complaint none of the above A postcard A letter of application.
You are asked to write an essay to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of a specific topic. You are going to write a(n): none of the above an opinion essay for and against essay transactional essay.
If we attach a resume to our e-mail, we are writing a congratulation greeting an informal letter a condolence mail an application e-mail.
When writing an informal letter, we can adopt a professional tone a formal tone a solemn tone a friendly tone.
When writing an essay, we write our personal opinion in the main body in the first sentence in the conclusion in the introduction.
Which of these is a correct formal letter introduction? Hello John Hello Mr. Jones Dear Mr Jones Alright Mate.
The Norman Invasion happened in this year(AD): 1066 1010 1262 874.
One of the following statements about Early Modern English morphology is false: none of the above Agreement on verbs almost disappears Pronominal forms change Prepositions are inflected.
According to you, which of the following words does NOT derive from French/Latin: Spirit Consideration Ghost Reflection.
Which of the following Old English works documents the early history of England? Boewulf The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle none of the above Boethius.
It is often maintained that English is used as a lingua franca? What does that mean? A lingua franca is a language that is used as a means of communication between people who are not familiar with each other's native language. A lingua franca is a language that is used as a means of communication between people who are native speakers of that langiage. A lingua franca is NOT a language that is used as a means of communication between people who are not familiar with each other's native language. none of the above.
The change from synthetic to analytic is a major development in the history of English. What is one of its main manifestations? Grammatical functions are expressed by word order and prepositions rather than endings The expression of thought is now more analytical Many forms are always used to express a single form Grammaticalization has become dominant.
Standard English emerged in this century 16th 17th 20th 15th.
What is meant by the abbreviation RP? Rest in Peace none of the above Receive a Prize Received Pronunciation.
Did the printing press also serve to standardize English? Yes It depends on the historical period we analyze No none of the above.
Which of the varieties of English below is the oldest? US English Hiberno-English West Indian English Australian English.
The Great Vowel Shift only affected vowels of the following kind: Low High Long Short.
Over one billion people worldwide are currently learning English We cannot state such specific data True It depends on the context False.
When, according to most scholars, did English start to become a global Language? In 1858 when Britain took over formal rule of India In the reign of Henry VIII At the end of the 16th century, with the start of the colonisation of the West Indian and North American Colonies Immediately after the Norman Conquest (1066-1100).
Who were the original speakers of English? The Angles, Saxons and Celts The Angles, Saxons and Vikings The Angles, Celts and Jutes The Angles, Saxons and Jutes.
Which of the below is NOT generally considered to be a danger of having a global language? Cultural and linguistic imperialism Complacency about learning other languages The death of lesser spoken languages A growth of Bilingualism.
What does the acronym ESL stand for? English as a Spoken Language English as a Second Language English for Students of Literature English as a Scientific Language.
Which of the below is NOT a subvariety of US English spoken by a distinct Ethnic/Social Group? Pennsylvania Dutch Cockney Tex Mex African American Vernacular English.
Varieties typical for social groups are called: none of the above Jargons Sociolects Dialect.
In Modern English grammatical relations are signaled by word order and prepositions. This means that this language is Analogical Synthetic Analytic none of the above.
In Old English grammatical relations were predominantly signaled by endings on nouns and verbs. This means that this language was: Analytic Analogical Synthetic none of the above.
During the Middle English period, from which two languages were many words borrowed? Latin and French Urdu and Iroquoian none of the above Celtic and Old Norse.
What is another name for Old English? Middle English none of the above Celtic Anglo-Saxon.
In which language family do the ultimate origins of the English language lie? Indo-European none of the above Latin North American.
When is the first attended usage of the phrase "inkhorn term" dated? 1700 1543 1925 1850.
Which one of the following texts was composed during the Old English period? Beowulf The Canterbury Tales Shakespeare's plays none of the above.
Choose the word with a different vowel sound what salt most none of the above.
Circle the word with stress in a different place famous none of the above mistake remove.
Choose the word if one of the consonants is not pronounced cold none of the above colour calm.
Choose the word if one of the consonants is not pronounced hurry here hungry none of the above.
Circle the word with stress in a different place none of the above scientific economics economy.
Choose the word if one of the consonants is not pronounced none of the above sword kiss rope.
Choose the word with a different vowel sound none of the above game fat hat.
Circle the word with stress in a different place playground first class handbag none of the above.
Choose the word if one of the consonants is not pronounced knowledge none of the above laptop phone.
Circle the word with stress in a different place He's not at home it isn't true none of the above No, it isn't.
Choose the word with a different vowel sound rat tail none of the above sat.
Choose the word with a different vowel sound bread beach clean none of the above.
Circle the word with stress in a different place none of the above today tourist table.
Choose the word with a different vowel sound luck none of the above run rude.
Circle the word with stress in a different place Holiday none of the above tomorrow Saturday.
Circle the word with stress in a different place morning fifty fifteen none of the above.
Choose the word if one of the consonants is not pronounced none of the above receipt repeat recipe.
Choose the word if one of the consonants is not pronounced eaten listen none of the above winter.
Circle the word with stress in a different place Close the door I like it He told me none of the above.
Choose the word with a different vowel sound lake none of the above care case.
Choose the word if one of the consonants is not pronounced cable none of the above label lamb.
Choose the word if one of the consonants is not pronounced old half none of the above pile.
Choose the word if one of the consonants is not pronounced climb none of the above camp cost.
Circle the word with stress in a different place January December none of the above October.
Choose the word with a different vowel sound none of the above hold hot swan.
Choose the word with a different vowel sound soup hope none of the above soap.
Choose the word with a different vowel sound look blood none of the above foot.
Circle the word with stress in a different place none of the above Don't worry Go to bed Fish snd chips.
Choose the word if one of the consonants is not pronounced hill hour hate none of the above.
Choose the word with a different vowel sound none of the above want black hand.
How many different lexemes are there in the following list? "man, men, girls, girl, mouse" 1 2 3 none of the above.
"fantabulous" is none of the above reduplication blending coinage.
What can words often be divided into? none of the above lexemes morphemes roots.
A word can't be a morpheme. IT DEPENDS ON THE CONTEXT none of the above true false.
Identify the morphemes for the following word: components none of the above compon+ents component+s compon+ent+s.
"Google" is reduplication coinage none of the above clipping.
Identify the morphemes for the following word: Indo-European Indo+Europe+an none of the above Indo+European.
Which of the following is the correct division of the English word repaired (meaning 'mended, fixed') into morphemes? re-paired re+pair+ed none of the above repair-ed.
How do we classify morphemes? roots stems affixes and suffixes Free- content (open) & function (closed); Bound- content (derivational & bound roots) & function (inflectional) none of the above.
Identify the morphemes for the following word: within withi+in none of the above wi+th+in with+in.
Identify the morphemes for the following word: Persian none of the above Per+sian Pers+ian Persia+an.
Which of the following types of morpheme gives different forms of a root morpheme? Derivational Clitic Inflectional none of the above.
Which sentence describes derivational morphology? Adding a morpheme to produce a new word and a different lexeme. Adding a morpheme to produce the same word but a different lexeme Adding a morpheme to produce a new word but the same lexeme. none of the above.
In the English language inflectional morphemes can be... infixes only suffixes only prefixes and suffixes none of the above.
"fahrenheit" is conversion clipping eponym none of the above.
'Sob!' is Hypocorism onomatopeia none of the above back-formation.
In the English language derivational morphemes can be... prefixes and suffixes infixes only none of the above suffixes only.
Depending on the language, an inflectional affix can be a clitic or a free grammatical word. none of the above false it depends on the language true.
Identify the morphemes for the following word: another anothe+r a-nother an+other none of the above.
Identify the morphemes for the following word: notable none of the above not+ab+le not+able note+able.
Inflectional affixes are generally more productive than derivational affixes. it depends on the context none of the above true false.
"hankie" is blending none of the above hypocorism acronymy.
Identify the morphemes for the following word: elements el+ements none of the above element+s el+ement+s.
"Nato" is blending none of the above acronymy blending.
Free Morphemes can occur as a dependant word all by themselves can occur as an independent word all by themselves cannot occur as an independent word all by themselves none of the above.
Roots are always free false it depends on the context true none of the above.
"motel" is none of the above back formation Clipping blending.
Bound Roots cannot stand on their own it depends on the context can stand on their own none of the above.
Attaching a derivational morpheme to a root always changes its part-of-speech. true it depends on the context none of the above false.
Bound Morphemes it depends on the context can stay alone none of the above cannot stand alone, but must be attached to other morphemes.
"to biograph" is none of the above acronymy back-formation onomatopeia.
"doc" is clipping none of the above conversion reduplication.
"to Google" is reduplication clipping conversion none of the above.
Which sentence describes inflectional morphology? Adding a morpheme to produce a new word and different lexeme Adding a morpheme to produce the same word but different lexeme none of the above Adding a morpheme to produce a new word but the same lexeme.
Bound morphemes are called affixes. false none of the above it depends on the context true.
Morphemes are minimal linguistic signs in the sense that they can't be divided into further signs. true it depends on the context false none of the above.
Identify the morphemes for the following word: inputs input+s i+npu+ts none of the above in+put+s.
What is morphology? none of the above The study of the rules governing sentence formation The study of the rules governing word formation The study of the rules governing the sounds that form words.
What sort of morpheme is -ing in the English word clippings? suffix none of the above free prefix.
"Vet" is a coinage a blending a clipping none of the above.
Freedom / liberty is Synonymy Antonymy none of the above Hyponymy.
The meaning that is made the focus of attention by a linguistic expression (e.g. the repetition of an event, focused on by English again) icon prototype profile none of the above.
a kind of semantic shift whereby the meaning of a word, expression, or construction comes to refer to an associated object or situation; e.g. be going to shifting from denoting a motion event to denoting future tense or purpose antonymy none of the above polysemy metonymy.
True/false is none of the above Antonymy Hyponimy Synonymy.
Dog / animal is Hyponymy none of the above Antonymy Synonymy.
A linguistic expression, drawing, or other representation associated with a meaning or conception sense propositional content sign none of the above.
What is it called when two words, phrases or sentences have the same semantic meaning? Synonymy Antonyms contraddiction none if the above.
The property of having multiple distinct meanings (e.g. bug 'to spy on' and bug 'an insect or other similar small creature') is called: antonymy metonymy polysemy none of the above.
The relation of being a more specific meaning or subtype (e.g. amble to walk antonymy hyponymy synonymy none of the above.
The conventional meaning of a linguistic expression sign reference none of the above sense.
The relation between a linguistic expression and things (objects, people, places, ideas, actions etc.) in the world that are associated with that expression is called: reference sign none of the above sense.
Type of sign for which the form of the linguistic expression or other meaningful representation is physically or causally connected to what it refers to (e.g. in language, words that do not have a fixed referent outside of interactional context such as English this, here, I, you) icon index none of the above prototype.
A salient exemplar or subtype of a category (e.g. robin for bird as opposed to penguin for bird) synonym prototype hyponym none of the above.
a relation between two propositions, P and Q, where if P is true, then Q must also be true presupposition entailment paradox none of the above.
Type of sign for which the form of the linguistic expression or other meaningful representation is related to what it refers to by cultural convention. This includes all linguistic expressions, most of which are related only by convention. symbol index none of the above icon .
Any effect or association of a linguistic expression, in addition to the things in the world it refers to (e.g. the association to children's speech or child-directed speech that are part of the word doggie, though it refers to the same things in the world as dog) none of the above connotation sense reference.
What is Semantics? The entity that preforms the action. The basic, essential components of meaning that are conveyed by the literal use of a word The study of the meaning of words, phrases and sentences. none of the above.
What is conceptual meaning? none of the above A noun phrase used to designate an entity as the person who has a feeling, perception or state. The basic, essential components of meaning that are conveyed by the literal use of a word. The study of the meaning of words, phrases and sentences.
Define words with opposite meanings: none of the above sense paradox antonomy.
Words with the same form and related meanings refer to polysemy antonomy metonymy none of the above.
Words with very closely related meanings are called synonyms antonymys connotations none of the above.
cab/taxi is a: sense paradox synonym none of the above.
One lexeme with several related but distinct meanings: Homonymy Homophony Homography Polysemy.
A background proposition that comes embedded in the use of a linguistic expression, and so is expressed without being asserted. none of the above connotation presupposition paradox.
Consider the sentence below: "The fact that I have a grandson doesn't mean I'm a grandmother."The speaker's denial of the fact that she is a grandmother despite her being one by definition is a violation of which maxim? relation quantity none of the above quality.
What does the Maxim of Quality imply? Don't impose, Give options, Make your receiver feel good none of the above Do not lie; do not make unsupported claims Be relevent.
What does the Politeness Principle imply? none of the above be relevant Don't impose, Give options, Make your receiver feel good Be brief and orderly; avoid ambiguity and obscurity.
The term accent is used of dialectal varieties that differ just in grammar. it depends on the languages false true none of the above.
The quality maxim states that speakers must be informative, that is, provide just enough information, neither too much nor too little speakers must only assert truthful and well-supported information speakers must be brief, clear, nonambiguous and orderly none of the above.
Speech Acts none of the above Communicative acts that carry meaning beyond the words and phrases used within them, for example, apologies and promises. The awareness of others' needs to be approved of and liked. Using paralinguistic features when speaking.
Define Pragmatics. features that appear when we put sounds together in connected speech. It is as important to teach learners pragmatic features as successful communication depends as much on intonation, stress and rhythm as on the correct pronunciation of sounds none of the above Some definitions limit this to verbal communication that is not words. Body language, gestures, facial expressions, tone and pitch of voice are all examples of pragmatics a subfield of linguistics and semiotics that studies the ways in which context contributes to meaning. It encompasses speech act theory, conversational implicature, talk in interaction and other approaches to language behavior in philosophy, sociology, linguistics and anthropology.
What is a Perlocution? The study of language in use; the study of meaning in context; the study of intended speaker meaning; the study of utterance meaning The effect of the act on the hearer none of the above The action intended by the speaker.
A dialect continuum is a chain of mutually intelligible dialects of a language. it depends on the languages false none of the above true.
Dialectal variation refers to variation in linguistic forms associated primarily with which of the following phenomena? none of the above true false it depends on the context.
What does the The Cooperative Principle by H. Paul Grice state? Make your conversational contribution such as is required, at the stage at which it occurs, by the accepted purpose or direction of the talk exchange in which you are engaged none of the above General principles on which the pact of cooperation touches Accomplish an action when they are uttered (to test, insert "hereby" before them).
A control group may be used for pragmatics to demonstrate no effect or a standard effect versus a novel effort applied to a treatment group. It depends on the context false true none of the above.
The relation between a linguistic expression and its expresser is a part of pragmatics. none of the above False True It depends on the context.
What are Conversational Maxims? the Actual utterances; sentences with a grammatical structure and a linguistic meaning General principles on which the pact of cooperation touches none of the above The actions intended by the speaker.
Dialectal variation can be in any aspect of a language -- in phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, or lexicon. false none of the above true it deoends on the context.
What does the Maxim of Quality imply? Do not lie; do not make unsupported claims Be relevent none of the above Don't impose, Give options, Make your receiver feel good.
What is Deixis? An implied meaning that has to be inferred as a result of a conversational maxim being broken. Words that are context bound where meaning depends on who is being referred to, where something is happening or when something is happening. A word that is quite hard to spell none of the above.
Consider the interaction below: J: How is your tomato? M: It's a little ripe. J: Yeah, I had to edit it. By using the word "edit," J means that he had to cut out overly ripe parts of the tomato. However, the conventional meaning of "edit" does not fit here. This is a violation of which maxim? quality manner none of the above quantity.
What does the Maxim of Relevance imply? none of the above be relevant Be brief and orderly; avoid ambiguity and obscurity Say neither more nor less than the discourse requires.
What is an Illocutionary Act? the Speaker's intention; What the speaker intends to accomplish Actual utterance; a sentence with a grammatical structure and a linguistic meaning The action intended by the speaker none of the above.
What is an Illocution? none of the above The action intended by the speaker The Speaker's intention; What the speaker intends to accomplish The effect of the act on the hearer.
Which of the following varieties is not a register? none of the above scientific Danish British English medical English.
What does the Maxim of Quantity imply? Say neither more nor less than the discourse requires Be relevant Be brief and orderly; avoid ambiguity and obscurity none of the above.
What is inference? The process of signalling attitude none of the above The process of deriving implied meanings The concept of how all communication relies on presenting a 'face'.
Consider the following sentence: "He kissed her on the neck." The interpretation that the kiss was of a sexual nature is a particularized conversational implicature because it is a necessary inference. is an entailment because it is a necessary inference. is a particularized conversational implicature because it is a potential though not necessary inference. none of the above.
The choice of language by speakers in a bilingual community is not normally completely random none of the abovefd false true it depends on the context.
What does the Maxim of Manner imply? Be relevant Do not lie; do not make unsupported claims none of the above Be brief and orderly; avoid ambiguity and obscurity.
What is defined as the study of language and how it is affected by region, social class, relationship, and even gender? morphology none of the above sociolinguistics phonology.
What is the ideational function of language? none of the above To communicate meaning To express identity To make jokes.
What is the discipline which studies languages? Linguisticss Morphology Phonetics none of the above.
The sounds made by holding the lips together and then releasing the sound, such as p and b labiodental none of the above velar bilabial.
Lexical word classes function as the heads of different phrases are found in only a small subset of the world's language are generally closed and express a limited range of meanings none of the above.
"Case" refers to when none of the above nouns in a language take affixes for categories such as singular, dual, and plural nouns in a language take affixes to indicate the relationship that holds between the noun phrase and the verb of a sentence nouns in a language take affixes for different timeframes in which events occur.
We can also use the upper teeth with the lower lip, for _________ sounds. This is how we make an f sound labiodental uvular velar none of the above.
It is the study of the meaning of languages. none of the above linguistics syntax semantics.
Which of the following sets of sounds represents the natural class of voiceless alveolar consonants in English? [t, s] [t, d] none of the above [p, t, s].
The vocal cords can be tightened and loosened and can vibrate when air is past them, creating sounds called ________. examples include the consonants b, d, g, v, z and r. voiced stopping nonr of the above voiceless.
What is the technical term for 'body language'? Semantics none of the above linguistics non verbal communication.
What is the hierarchical relationship between clauses, phrases, sentences, and words? Words combine to form phrases, phrases combine to form sentences, and sentences combine for form clauses. Words combine to form phrases, phrases combine to form clauses, and clauses combine to form sentences Words combine to form clauses, clauses combine to form phrases, and phrases combine to form sentences. none of the above.
Phonetics is the study of the sounds of language. What do we call to this sounds? none of the above Morphemes Lexicology Phonemes.
We also have two names for the parts of the tongue used with these various parts of the mouth: The front edge is called the _______, sounds like t, th, and s are made with this dorsum corona dental none of the above.
"Number" refers to when nouns in a language take affixes to indicate the relationship that holds between the noun phrase and the verb of a sentence nouns in a language take affixes for categories such as singular, dual, and plural none of the above.
Adjectives are typically characterized by: none of the above all of the above their ability to be used in comparative and superlative constructions their occurrence within a noun phrase.
And the back edge is called the _________. Sounds k, g, and ng are made with this none of the above velar dorsum corona.
What is the study of language as it pertains to social classes, ethnic groups and genders? Sociolinguistics none of the above comparative linguistics Psycholinguistics.
What is kinesics? The study of tone of word formation processes none of the above The study of non-verbal visual communication The study of tone of voice.
What is the term used to describe the creative capacity of language to invent new words and sentences? Proxemics Productivity none of the above Syntax.
The English language begins with the Anglo-Saxons. false it depends on the context none of the above true.
In the sentence: "He picked up the book" "Picked up" is ditransitive because it takes two arguments: "he" and "the book". none of the above "up" is a verb particle and "the book" is a direct object "He" is an experiencer and "the book" iis an instrument.
"open word class" is a class to which it is very difficult to add new words through borrowing and word-formation processes a class whose members refer to the speaker, hearer, or others and constitute the sole element of a noun phrase none of the above a class to which one can easily incorporate new members through borrowing and other word-formation processes.
"closed word class" is none of the above a class in which the words usually contain many morphemes a class to which one can easily incorporate new members through borrowing and other word-formation processes a class to which it is very difficult to add new words through borrowing and word-formation processes.
In the vocal tract, speech starts with the _________ which push air out (carbon dioxide) and pull it in (oxygen) none of the above nose uvula lungs.
Spanish "escuela alta" represents a morpheme-by-morpheme translation from English "high school." This is an example of: a calque a semantic loan none of the above interference.
What are the two levels of language referred to by the term 'duality'? Kinesics and proxemics Structure and use Sound and meaning none of the above.
Which of these words best describes the focus of pragmatics? none of the above Sense Structure Choice.
We have the latynx, or voice box. It sits at the juncture of the __________ or windpipe coming up from the lungs,and esophagus coming up from the stomach. none of the above tongue trachea lungs.
The phonological change of the final consonant in English 'knife' [naif] when it appears next to [z] in the plural 'knives' [naivz], illustrates which type of common phonological process? clipping assimilation none of the above coalescence.
"Grammatical word classes" none of the above are generally open and express a vast array of meanings function as the heads of different phrases are generally closed and express a limited range of meanings.
The manner maxim states that speakers must only assert truthful and well-supported information none of the above speakers must be relevant speakers must be brief, clear, nonambiguous and orderly.
Which of the following pairs of words represents a minimal pair for [s] and [ʃ] in English? shook [ʃʊk] and shock [ʃɔk] sheep [ʃip] and sip [sip] none of the above crash [kræʃ] and crass [kræs].
Which question about language use does pragmatics try to answer? Why? none of the above When? How?.
What factor is omitted in an account of French tu/vous which talks only of singular versus plural? Grammar Audience none of the above comprehension.
Other phonemes do not involved the vocal cords and there is no vibration, such as the consonants h, t, s, p, k, l, and f are called none of the above voiceless( or unvoiced) voicing voiced.
Which of the following sets of sounds represents the natural class of rounded vowels in English? none of the above [u, o] u, ʊ, o] [u, ʌ, ʊ, o].
What is semiotics? none of the above The study of human communication The study of buildings The study of music.
Under what heading would we discuss the use of such titles as 'Mr' and 'Mrs'? Terms of address slang none of the above graffiti.
Lexical word classes are generally closed and express a limited range of meanings none of the above function as the heads of different phrases are found in only a small subset of the world's languages.
These are sound made with air passing through the nose. examples include m, n, and ng sound of sing uvula none of the above velum nasal.
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