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Linguistics

Parent Category: Languages and Cultures
Linguistics is the study of the form, meaning, and context of language.
Romance Language, as opposed to a Germanic language like English,is the way that Italian is classed linguistically.
monocytogenes = mɔnosaitədʒiːnz (or "mono-site-o-jeans)
You pronounce it Zack.
linguistics is a scientific study of language and covers a vast domain of human development in relation to human history,sociology,anthropology,philosophy,psychology and communication and vocalization including cognitive neural sciences.
In English language, the dialects in gender from women are more  flexible than men. Secondly, women are more likely to change the  tone than men. And also, women are not strictly answer in same  voices ,so most linguists are likely to collect the data of  dialects from men than women.
Phonetically it's [Ga-vo-t] Gavotte.
  In the study of language and linguistics syntax refers to sentence structure. Among many other things it is concerned with word order and the use of tenses.    
  Linguistic competence potential ability of a speaker based on their knowledge of their language. Saussure refers to this as langue. Linguistic performance is the actual spoken ability of a speaker. This includes phonetic, syntactic and other speech errors. Saussure refers to this as parole.
No. Linguistics is a scientific field of language. It can be  divided as : Applied Linguistics, Descriptive Linguistics and  Theoreotical Linguistics.    You can find more details in the book called "The Study of  Language" by George Yule or in WIKI
Language is a vocalized or written expression with semantic content and a medium to interact communication and information between individuals and groups in a community or society. Linguistic is the scientific study of a language.
Grammar is a structure of language, while linguistics is a  scientific field of study of language.
Semiotics is the study of the signifier/signified relations ship, such as how the letters t-r-e-e compound and give us an image of a trunk, branches, and leaves, though the letters themselves have no relevance to that image besides the fact that we have chosen to associate them with each other.
The Linguistic elements described are Lexeme. It defines the  compound state of a word with many different directions or stem  off.
I yell et(like bet)
The Rosetta Stone, which bears the bilingual inscription (in Greek and two forms of Egyptian) that was the key to deciphering Egyptian hieroglyphs, is often said to be made of basalt. Recent study reveals it is actually made of granodiorite, a granite-like igneous rock.
LAD stands for Language Acquisition Device (concerning a part, or parts, of the brain which specialize in the acquisition of language). It is specifically related to the ability of children to initially learn languages and the physiological reasoning behind this.Noam Chomsky has proposed the theory...
LAD stands for language-acquisition device, which is a theoretical endowment or brain "organ" that humans posses.Noam Chomsky proposed the theory of Black box in his LAD theory. It is used to account for why all children seem to acquire their first language in a very similar manner regardless of the...
Khaki is pronounced kak-ee or k-ha-kee
Comparative linguistics look at different languages and try to understand how they are similar and how they are different in order to better understand how languages have developed, their history and how languages affect one another. Applied linguistics is a different field, that looks at fields...
It may eventually lead to hatred,violence etc. For example: In India, after Independence, during the making of the Constitution, the Congress had been adamant that no language(English) could supersede Hindi as the national language. But soon they had to change their opinion when the southern states...
(MET-AHAL) as in metal (IN-GUSS) as in Gus like a person's name
  Linguistic chauvinism is the idea that one's language is superior to others. For a few examples, the Greeks called all non-Greek speakers barbarians, the French are only at home where French is spoken, and English speakers consider the ability to speak another language a social defect.
The most famous example of linguistic chauvinism is the word barbarian. Bárbaros means non-Greek speaking, hence uncivilized. It isn't even a real word, in the sense of having a root meaning, but a mocking dismissal of all foreign speech as a nonsensical bar-bar-bar sound. Another kind of...
linguistics is the study of languages emergence and development as medium of communication both in the mind and society through time.
French (old French). "Le roy" = "the king". "faunt" might come from "fontaine" = "fountain", I don't know.
Linguistics is the study of written as well as spoken language. It  also includes the context of words, and where words came from.
Linguistic relativity is the idea that one's view of the world is shaped by his/her language. In its strictest form, the theory of linguistic relativity implies that people who speak two different languages will never fully see the word the same way or understand each other completely due to...
Waikiki is pronounced: Why- kee- KEE
I would say "Lev-I-a-th-an" just "Lev" and "I" like "I like cats" "a" like in Cat and last a "th" sound with "an" at the end
state-it is the biggest linguistic unit of india.
relating to language
She loved to study linguistics, and later became Professor of Linguistics at her university.
Gee (soft G as in Gee whiz) -Nah! shortened form of Latin and Italian Regina- Queen.
  I would continue on to your Masters or PH D program. There you can choose from a variety of different fields such as Speech Language Pathology, which it seems your Bachelors is more geared towards. Within speech language pathology, there are again numerous paths of study for you to take. Talk...
because when you understand it you can seem more... sophisticated.
Arabic : Afro-Asiatic - Semitic - Central Semitic Farsi : Indo-European - Indo-Iranian - Irania Arabic
the authentic utterances given by the speaker which may inhibit the comprehension and production capacities. still it may or may not be an indicator of competence because certain features irrelevant may creep in actual speech............for eg tiredness, boredom, lack of motivation
linguistic performence
Linguistic IntelligenceFrom a very early age we have all been encouraged to develop the art of communication. Even if we do not consider ourselves to be particularly talented, we have at least learned sufficient so as to interact fairly successfully with others. There are however, individuals who...
[mur-so] with a french accent. *a long 'mur'
Comparative and descriptive
A student of linguistics is a linguist. Or rather, a linguist in training.
You pronounce condense like this... con-den-sz
Well you get good marks if you study it.
Just say "BOATS-SIN" A person doing this job is a Boatswainmate pronounced "BOATS-SIN-MATE" Nick name between 2 people familiar with each other on the high seas pronounce it "BOZE-ZEN" for short..but not acceptable for normal conversation.
== Fields of Linguistics ==   The LSA (Linguistic Society of America) at www.lsadc.org provides a nice overview of the subfields of linguistics.
Descriptivists describe language as it currently is; acknowledging and embracing the way language is changing. Whereas prescriptivists state how language should be in the most correct form. Prescriptivists would analyze a word based on grammatical history and conformity to the standard dialect and...
Saussure and Chomsky both had different opinions about the object  of linguistics. Saussure believed that the geographic study of  languages deals with external linguistics such as distance. Chomsky  believed that time is the primary catalyst of linguistic diversity.
It gives you a deeper understanding of the language through its history, development etc. There are many rules one cannot explain without taking the history of the word/language into consideration.Language represents the history of its nation. They are so closely linked together that learning...
 Traditional approach to linguistics is the earliest of the  approaches to the language study. The Greeks influenced this  approach and emphasized on the inflexibility of the language. They  considered the language used by the great writers as the only  correct form and any deviant variety of...
Linguistic Metrics: Based on measuring properties of program text  without interpreting what the text means.
diachronic and/or historical linguistcs
Noam Chomsky's theories that certain structural elements of language are innate, that is, programmed into the brain genetically, which theories are now universally accepted, totally changed the way linguists approached their jobs and distinguish modern linguistics (post-Chomsky) from traditional...
Linguistic repertoire is the set of language varieties exhibited int eh speaking and writing patterns of a speech community. The linguistic repertoire of any speech community may consist o several languages and include several varieties of each language. (Think Switzerland, Brussels, Tehran: each...
Linguistics is scientific because of the approach taken by linguists to study language. Linguists will propose a hypothesis, make predictions, then test their hypothesis against samples from native speakers or a set of data taken from a language.