English Language Key Words and Ideas Lecture 9-11

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Phonology (Child Language)
Recognition of sounds
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Overextensions
Use of word is less restricted than in adult stage
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Categorical Overextension
Saying doggie on seeing lambs, horses etc. Fourlegged animals
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Analogical Overextension
Saying doggie for woollen scarves etc. Texture
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Underextensions
Use of the word is more restricted than in adult language
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Derivational Morphology
creating new lexemes ... making new words like black+bird=blackbird
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Inflectional Morphology
providing inflections in obligatory contexts
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Constative
Factual eg. Adele is now ranked at number 30 in the overall UK and Ireland music millionaires list
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Performative
Personal eg. I promise to be there on time
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Illocutionary Act
An assertion, suggestion, demand etc. What the person is actually saying ie. What time do you call this?
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Locutionary Act
Simple act of speaker saying something
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Perlocutionary Act
an action or state of mind brought about by, or as a consequence of, saying something
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Maxim of Quantity
Give as much info as needed, no more
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Maxim of Quality
Not giving information that is false
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Maxim of Relation
Trying to be as relevant as possible
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Maxim of Manner
Trying to be as clear and brief as possible
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Flouting
Breaking a conversational maxim
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Use of word is less restricted than in adult stage

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Saying doggie for woollen scarves etc. Texture

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