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  • Amphiboly [r]: The phenomenon wherein one sentence (or, more generally, one string of symbols) in a language obtains two or more constituent structures (see syntax) according to one grammar. [e]
  • Code-switching [r]: Linguistics term denoting the concurrent use of more than one language, or language variety, in conversation. [e]
  • Cognitive linguistics [r]: School of linguistics that understands language creation, learning, and usage as best explained by reference to human cognition in general. [e]
  • Generative linguistics [r]: School of thought within linguistics that makes use of the concept of a generative grammar. [e]
  • Linguistics [r]: The scientific study of language. [e]
  • Low Educated Second Language and Literacy Acquisition [r]: (LESLLA) forum for research into the development of second language acquisition skills by adult immigrants with little or no formal education. [e]
  • Natural language [r]: A communication system based on sequences of acoustic, visual or tactile symbols that serve as units of meaning. [e]
  • Noam Chomsky [r]: American linguist, MIT professor and left-wing political activist. [e]
  • Pragmatics [r]: Branch of linguistics concerned with language in use or the study of meaning as it arises from language occurring in context. [e]
  • Theoretical linguistics [r]: Core field of linguistics, which attempts to establish the characteristics of the system of language itself by postulating models of linguistic competence common to all humans. [e]
  • Vocal learning [r]: The ability of an organism to imitate sounds not inborn to it. [e]