Terminology part 2

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The Maxim of Quantity
where one tries to be as informative as one possibly can and gives as much information as is needed and no more
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The Maxim of Quality
Where one tries to be truthful and does not give information that is false or that is not supported by evidence.
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The Maxim of Relation
Where one tries to be relevant and says things that are pertinent to the discussion.
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The Maxim of Manner
When one tries to be as clear, as brief and as orderly as one can in what one says and where one avoids obscurity and ambiguity
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Deletion
Omitting the final consonant in words e.g. do(g) cu(p)
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Substitution
substituting one sound for another (especially the 'harder' sounds that develop later)
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Addition
Adding an extra vowel sound to the ends of words creating a CVCV pattern e.g. doggle
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Assimilation
Changing one consonant or vowel for another (as in early plosive sounds such as b and d)
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Reduplication
Repeating a whole syllable e.g. mama
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Deletion of unstressed syllables
Omitting the opening syllable in polysyllabic words e.g. 'nana' for 'banana'
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Plosives
Created when the airflow is blocked for a brief time e.g. 'b', 'd', 'g', 'p', 't', 'k'
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Fricatives
Are created when the airflow is only partially blocked and air moves through the mouth in a steady stream e.g. 'v', 'th', 'z', '3', 'f', 'th', 's'
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Affricates
Created by putting plosives and fricatives together e.g. 'd3' (as in judge)
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Nasals
Produced by air moving through the nose e.g. 'm', 'n'
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Laterals
created by placing the tongue on the ridge of the teeth and then air moving down the side of the mouth e.g, 'l'
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Labelling
Linking words to the objects to which they refer, understanding things can be labelled
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Object Permanence
The awareness that objects continue to exist even when they are no longer visible
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David Crystal's Holophrastic/ One Word Stage
One word utterances - 12-18 months
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David Crystal's Two-word Stage
two word combinations - 18-24 months
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David Crystal's Telegraphic Stage
Three and more words combined - 24-36 months
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David Crystal's Post-Telegraphic Stage
More grammatically correct combinations - 36+ months
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Where one tries to be truthful and does not give information that is false or that is not supported by evidence.

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The Maxim of Quality

Card 3

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Where one tries to be relevant and says things that are pertinent to the discussion.

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Card 4

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When one tries to be as clear, as brief and as orderly as one can in what one says and where one avoids obscurity and ambiguity

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Card 5

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Omitting the final consonant in words e.g. do(g) cu(p)

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