Results for: Linguistics

How does a psycho-linguist differ from a linguist?

'Linguist' is a very general term for a scientist who deals with language in general. A psycho-linguist does research within the field of psycho-linguistics (or is more knowle (MORE)

Why do you study linguistics what is scope of linguistics?

Linguistics is the study of languages and covers all aspects of  language, including phonetics (sounds humans make), phonology (the  way sounds interact in a given language) (MORE)

What is LAD in linguistics?

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 abili (MORE)

How do you get to be a linguist?

Linguistics is the study of languages. It does not require an  ability to speak, read, or understand another language, but is a  "Higher Course". I know a number of linguist (MORE)

What is linguistic theory?

It is an informal theory of linguistics that believes you can make assumptions about linguistics and have them apply to all languages. It is not one of the generally accepted (MORE)

What does a Linguist do?

A linguist is an expert in language. They specialize in the humanlanguage. Basically, they study MANY languages and they interpretand teach languages.
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What do Linguist do?

They specialize in the human language. Basically, they study MANY languages and they interpret and teach languages.