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A use of English course text(Gsp 101)

A use of English course text  Gsp 101

 

    • Which for the following is not a feature of language?

 

    • Creativity

 

    • Connectivity

 

    • Discreetness

 

    • Arbitrariness

 

    • According to the message transfer model, what is the process through which words or unspoken signals are interpreted by the receiver?

 

    • Encoding

 

    • Transmitting

 

    • Decoding

 

    • Signaling

 

    • What are the two key concepts added by the notion of human communication as interaction?

 

    • Feedback and noise

 

    • Noise and context

 

    • Channel and context

 

    • Feedback and context

 

    • How many “people” are involved when you communicate with another person?

 

    • Two

 

    • Four

 

    • Six

 

    • Eight

 

    • Which communication activity do we spend most of our time preforming?

 

    • Talking

 

    • Thinking

 

    • Guessing

 

    • Listening

 

    • Flexibility in reading involves————————

 

    • Flipping through the pages

 

    • Being open minded

 

    • Keeping awake

 

    • Fast reading

 

    • ———————can easily impede understanding.

 

    • Fast reading

 

    • A fixed notion about the topic

 

    • A passage without a topic

 

    • None of a-c

 

    • The meaning carrying sentence in a paragraph is ——————–

 

    • The topical sentence

 

    • The topic

 

    • The theme

 

    • Repeated sentence

 

    • The surface meaning of word is that word’s ———————.

 

    • Denotation

 

    • Connotation

 

    • Sense link

 

    • Deep sense

    • A———————-helps a reader to determine the time and mental attitude required for tackling a material.

 

    • Review

 

    • Mid-view

 

    • Preview

 

    • Sub-view.

 

    • ——————-is the major difference between hearing an listening.

 

    • Attention

 

    • Noise

 

    • Caution

 

    • Relaxation

 

    • When taking not during lectures, which of the following not important?

 

    • The speaker related an item.

 

    • The speaker took off his jacket

 

    • The speaker changes tone of his voice

 

    • The speaker made a direct reference to the book

 

    • Which one of the following statements is correct?

 

    • Examination precedes revision

 

    • The process of teaching and learning end s with revision

 

    • Revision plays a crucial role int eh conduct of examinations.

 

    • Revision is an invaluable academic activity

 

    • Which one of the statements below is true?

 

    • Examinations are an academic exercise designed to punish lazy students only

 

    • Examinations are periodic means of evaluation of knowledge and skills learned.

 

    • Examinations are principally the evaluation of pedagogical skills and competence to teachers.

 

    • Examinations are exercises peculiar to educational institutions

 

    • Revision should be ———————–

 

    • A continual exercise

 

    • A continuous exercise

 

    • An important exercise reversed for examinations weeks

 

    • A personal academic activity done during private study only

 

    • A wrong attitude towards examination will lead to all but one of the following.

 

    • Writing examinations without adequate preparation.

 

    • Smuggling notes and some other material into the examination hall

 

    • Exposing your answers for another student to copy

 

    • Upholding the ethics and regulations guiding the conduct of examinations

 

    • The fear of failure in an examination is an index of ———————————-

 

    • A positive attitude towards examinations.

 

    • Grade-buying after an examination

 

    • Preparation in-adequacy for an examination

 

    • The student’s desire to perform excellently well in an examination

    • The review of academic materials in order to understand them or permanently commit them to memory is ———————–

 

    • Mnemonics

 

    • Revision

 

    • Extensive reading

 

    • Evaluation

 

    • Meta=communication relates to the speaker’s———————————

 

    • Intentional choice of dress

 

    • Unintentional choice of words

 

    • Unintentional choice of both words and dress

 

    • Intentional choice of words

 

    • Generally speaking, in business we communicate.

 

    • Only to inform

 

    • To both persuade and inform

 

    • Only to persuade

 

    • Only to entertain.

 

    • The common medium of interaction is ————————

 

    • Dialect

 

    • Language

 

    • Facebook

 

    • Idiolect

 

    • The method of the human communication either spoken or written consisting of the use of words in a structured and conventional way is called. —————-

 

    • English

 

    • Dialect

 

    • Pidgin

 

    • Language

 

    • Human communication includes the use of ————————-

 

    • Words, sounds and sings

 

    • Only words

 

    • Physical materials

 

    • All of the above

    • Which of the following requires communication?

 

    • Human enterprise

 

    • Religion

 

    • Security

 

    • All of the above

 

    • Poor communication skill can affect communication.

 

    • True

 

    • False

 

    • Sometimes

 

    • None of the above.

 

    • Does good communication skills aid job recruitment?

 

    • Not really

 

    • Very important

 

    • No

 

    • Yes

 

    • The main components of verbal commutation include the following except. ———————–

 

    • Sings

 

    • Symbols

 

    • Words

 

    • None of the above

 

    • Which type of communication starts from within?

 

    • Verbal

 

    • Interpersonal

 

    • Small-group

 

    • Intra-personal

 

    • The following types of communication involve two or more persons except —————–

 

    • Intra-personal

 

    • In-group

 

    • Interposal

 

    • Organization

 

    • The type of communication that brings a small group of people together to solve a specific problem is —————–

 

    • Non-verbal

 

    • Small-group

 

    • Public

 

 

    • Which type of commination uses secret symbols and codes?

 

    • Interpersonal

 

    • In-group

 

    • Small -group

 

    • Verbal communication

 

    • Which of the following is an element of communication?

 

    • Sunder/receiver

 

    • Message

 

    • Channel

 

    • All of the above

 

    • Which element of communication determines the level of fidelity in communication?

 

    • Message

 

    • Receiver

 

    • Feedback

 

    • Sender

 

    • Encoder is an element of communication that prepares and send message to the intended audience through a means called ————-

 

    • Channel

 

    • Decoded

 

    • Receiver

 

    • None of the above.

 

    • Modes of communication include the following except————-

 

    • Linear

 

    • Decoder

 

    • Interactive

 

    • Transactional

    • Communication models are visual concepts that facilitate the understanding of the process, true or false?

 

    • True

 

    • False

 

    • Not sure

 

    • None of the above

 

    • Barriers of communication can also be categorized into the following except —————–

 

    • Physical

 

    • Psychological

 

    • Mechanical

 

 

    • The interactive modes see communication as a ———————–

 

    • Two-way

 

    • One-way

 

    • Direct

 

    • All of the above

 

    • The linear mode of communication was propounded by —————-

 

    • Charles Darwin

 

    • Woodrow William

 

    • Claude Shannon

 

    • None of the above

 

    • In what does language manifest as communication barrier?

 

    • Inappropriate vocabulary

 

    • Misspelling of words

 

    • Poor pronunciation

 

    • All of the above

 

    • Noise from a passing vehicle interrupting class lecture can be classified as —————–

 

    • Mechanical

 

    • Physical/environmental

 

    • Psychological barrier

 

    • None of the above

 

    • Intra-personal communication occurs —————

 

    • Within self

 

    • Between two persons

 

    • In a group

 

    • All of the above

 

    • Human communication is essentially ———————-

 

    • Short-lived

 

    • Imperfect

 

    • Perfect

 

    • Emotional

    • As a process of sharing thoughts and ideas, communication suffers mainly from ———————-

 

    • Both physical and non-physical barriers

 

    • Gender differences

 

    • Non-physical barriers

 

    • Physical barriers

 

    • Speakers usually experience difficulty in ensuring that the massage is ___________________

 

    • Conveyed precisely

 

    • Understood correctly

 

    • Acted upon promptly and as desired

 

    • Conveyed precisely, understood correctly and acted upon promptly and as desired.

 

    • Effective communication is essentially___________

 

    • Two-way

 

    • Both a one-way and a two-way process

 

    • Three-way process

 

    • One-way process

 

    • Which one of the following is not a form of examination?

 

    • Orals

 

    • Questioning

 

    • Practical

 

    • Interviews

 

    • ____________is one of the methods of written examination

 

    • Open-book examination

 

    • Oral examination

 

    • Role-play examination

 

    • Text messaging

 

    • One of the ways of practice recall of information is ____________

 

    • Participating in the activity of a discussion group

 

    • By means of extensive reading

 

    • Drawing up a revision timetable.

 

    • Apart from evaluation, ______is another reason for the conduct of examination in educational institutions.

 

    • Honoring of parents and teachers.

 

    • Testing the quality of male and female students

 

    • Cross-matching academic abilities

 

    • Award of certificates

    • A method of written examination in which candidate are allowed to consult texts in the examination hall is known as _____

 

    • Essay method

 

    • Multiple-choice method

 

    • Open -book method

 

    • Subjective method

 

    • Term paper writing is an example of a type of examination called _____________

 

    • Practical

 

    • Orals

 

    • Open-book

 

    • Take-home

 

    • When a student is required to make a presentation of his/her term paper and to answer questions on what he/she has written, the student is involved in __________

 

    • Practical

 

    • Orals

 

    • Interviews

 

    • Speech presentation

 

    • Which one of the following is a form of mnemonics?

 

    • Past questions

 

    • Rhymes

 

    • Scanning

 

    • Brainstorming

 

    • A non-phycological need that can assail the listener in the context of listening is ___

 

    • Illogicality of facts

 

    • Hunger

 

    • Ill health

 

    • Fatigue

 

    • One of the benefits of listening is ____________

 

    • Acquisition of knowledge

 

    • Embarrassment of self

 

    • Ignorance

 

    • Illiteracy

 

    • The difference between interactional and secondary type of listening is ____________

 

    • The presence of interlocutors.

 

    • Absence of interlocutors

 

    • Information dissemination

 

    • Acquisition of knowledge

 

    • ______refers to the objective dictionary definition of a word.

 

    • Evasive language

 

    • Connotation

 

    • Direct language

 

    • Denotation

 

    • ________is used as a strategy during social interaction to avoid sending clear messages.

 

    • Emotive language

 

    • Evasive language

 

    • Language of misunderstanding

 

    • Disruptive language

    • Euphemism and equivocation are two major types of evasive language

 

    • Not true

 

    • Not sure

 

    • Ture

 

    • Probably

 

    • When unpleasant things are put in a nice way to avoid embarrassment, it is referred as ________

 

    • Facts

 

    • Opinions

 

    • Equivocation

 

    • Euphemism

 

    • Calling someone ‘plump’ instead of ‘fat’ is an example of ______

 

    • Opinion

 

    • Fact

 

    • Equivocation

 

    • Euphemism

 

    • “political correctness” is a term associated with ___________

 

    • Euphemism

 

    • Equivocation

 

    • Paradox

 

    • Politics

 

    • “ambiguity “is a term associated with ______

 

    • Euphemism

 

    • Equivocation

 

    • Denotation

 

    • Syntax

 

    • In language and gender in social interaction, men spend more time discussing _________

 

    • Reproductive matters

 

    • Clothing

 

    • Weight

 

    • Current events

 

    • In language and gender in social interaction, women spend more time discussing______

 

    • Music

 

    • Current event

 

    • Relationship problem

 

 

    • Dyadic communication is a term used to describe communication between _____people

 

    • Five

 

    • Two

 

    • Three

 

    • Four

 

    • In language and culture in social interaction, Nigeria is described as “high-context culture”

 

    • True

 

    • Not true

 

    • Not sure

 

    • Probably

    • Aesthetic listening can become purposeful listening when the listener

 

    • Has a specific intention in mind for listening

 

    • Wishes to enjoy himself

 

    • Wishes to relax

 

    • If feeling good

 

    • Auditory loss is usually heightened by the following except

 

    • Excessive noise

 

    • Injury to the ear drum

 

    • Constant use of electronic ear-piece

 

    • Removal of excess wax from the ear

 

    • _____is the term used to refer to the exposition of too much information to the listener.

 

    • Tasking

 

    • Hypnosis

 

    • Message overload

 

    • Assault

 

    • Apparent different ways listeners exhibit boredom in speech event are ___________

 

    • Noisemaking

 

    • Hooting

 

    • Indiscriminate clapping

 

    • All of the above

 

    • Indications of effective listening are the following except one ___________

 

    • Craning of neck

 

    • Quietness

 

    • Noise

 

    • Writing

 

    • People of higher statue usually command more attention in speech than people of lower statue because ______

 

    • People believe they have more power

 

    • They eat better

 

    • They dress better

 

    • They have better intonation

 

    • An effective way of improving your listening skill is by _______

 

    • Speaking more than you are listening

 

    • Making noise

 

    • Writing while listening

 

    • discussing with a friend while listening in class

 

    • one of the greatest media challenges to listening is the _____

 

    • radio

 

    • television

 

    • newspaper

 

    • cell phone

 

    • a good strategy to maximize interactional listening among family members in the face of the intrusion of social media is ______

 

    • sell of your media gadgets.

 

    • Stop watching television

 

    • Draw a good timetable and time your attention to social media

 

    • Loan your phone to your friend.

 

    • A good vocabulary is easily acquired by ______

 

    • Listening extensively

 

    • Talking more than you listen

 

    • Engaging in frivolities while others listen

 

    • Not paying attention

 

    • The best way to become abreast with pints lost while listing is listening for _____

 

    • New ideas

 

    • Clues

 

    • Acronyms

 

    • Blends

    • One way a listener can avoid speaker related problems is to ______

 

    • Be biased about a speaker

 

    • Let your prejudice overshadow his information

 

    • Expose him to the police

 

    • Ignore the speaker’s idiosyncrasies and accept his message

 

    • One way of maximizing efficiency during lectures is to _______

 

    • Shut your mind to the information

 

    • Avoid premature judgement

 

    • Draw faulty assumptions

 

    • Occupy yourself formulation questions before you grasp the entire information.

 

    • The medium through with information filters into our ears is called _______

 

    • Tunnel

 

    • Funnel

 

    • Channel

 

    • Chantal

 

    • Equivocal language Is the one that _________

 

    • Is meaningful

 

    • Has more than one meaning

 

    • Is difficult to pronounce

 

    • Is difficult to understand.

 

    • AWOL is a military term is an example of _______

 

    • Slang

 

    • Relative term

 

    • Jargon

 

    • Equivocal language

 

    • A vague expression such as “I don’t know” is an example of ______

 

    • Abstract language

 

    • Equivocal language

 

    • Relative term

 

    • Slang

 

    • Adler and rodman classified disruptive language into ______groups.

 

    • Two

 

    • Three

 

    • Four

 

    • Five

 

    • The problem associated with disruptive language is that option and inference are presented as facts.

 

    • Not true

 

    • True

 

    • Not sure

 

    • Probably

    • To show affiliations, language is used to build and demonstrate solidarity with others.

 

    • Not sure

 

    • Probably

 

    • True

 

    • Not true

 

    • On an opposite level, groups who want to highlight their difference within a homogenous group used the opposing linguistic strategy of convergence.

 

    • Probably

 

    • Not sure

 

    • True

 

    • Not true

 

    • The three groups of disruptive language are fact-opinion confusion, fact-inference confusion and ______

 

    • Emotive language

 

    • Opinion language

 

    • Fact giving language

 

    • Inference language

 

    • The assimilating of information is more effective when it is _________

 

    • Haphazard

 

    • Chaotic

 

    • Fragmented

 

    • Organized

 

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    • One of the most powerful instruments a speaker can use to his advantage to control the rate of listening among his audience is the ________

 

 

    • Face

 

    • Voice

 

    • Body

    • Which of these language skills is ranked first in the taxonomy of language skills?

 

    • Listening

 

    • Speaking

 

    • Reading

 

    • Writing

 

    • A(n) ________ may not change the part of speech of the base or core word but a(n) ______together with the core word may change to another part of speech.

 

    • Suffix……prefix

 

    • Infix…. prefix

 

    • Infix……infix

 

    • Prefix…. suffix

 

    • Read and peruse; speak and talk are …. synonyms

 

    • Perfect

 

    • Imperfect

 

    • Absolute

 

    • Total

 

    • There are few cases in the English language where suffixations does not _____the word calls of the core or base word. The right world for the open space above is

 

    • Altar

 

    • Utter

 

    • Alter

 

    • Offer

 

    • A prefix which means against when added to certain words is ______

 

    • Anti-

 

    • Ante-

 

    • Anthem-

 

    • Ant-

 

    • One of these is an adjective. Which one?

 

    • Moveable

 

    • Move

 

    • Movement

 

    • Moves

 

    • One of these is not gradable adjective. Which one?

 

    • Hot

 

    • Black

 

    • Low

 

    • True

    • When words have the same from or spelling, the same sound but different meanings, they are. _________

 

 

    • Homonyms

 

    • Acronyms

 

 

    • An acronym in the following list is ______

 

    • Eedc

 

    • Nysc

 

    • Ufo

 

    • Isbn

 

    • The odd word in the semantic field below is _____–

 

    • Drizzle

 

    • Shower

 

    • Rain

 

    • Ruin

 

    • Hand of clock; hand of a human being; “hand” of animal. Hand in the instances listed can be rightly called ______

 

    • Polysemy

 

    • Tautology

 

    • Polysyllable

 

    • Homonym

 

    • In a dictionary entry vi against a word means _______

 

    • Vectoral island

 

    • Verb intransitive

 

    • Verb transitive

 

    • Visually impaired

 

    • Color and colour are spellings of the same word. In the dictionary, the first is indicated as _____

 

    • Bre while the second is indicated as AmE

 

    • AuE while the second is indicated as BrE

 

    • AmE while the second is indicated as BrE

 

    • SpE while the second is indicated as AmE

 

    • If I were in the class, I would have answered the question. Which of the options best interpret the sentence?

 

    • The speaker was in the class but answered the question wrongly.

 

    • The speaker was in the class but answered the question correctly

 

    • The speaker was not in the class and did not answer the question

 

    • The speaker wanted to be in the class but was not allowed to do so

 

    • In the pronunciation of the word plumber, one of the following sounds in not a part of the phonological structure of the word. Which one?

 

    • /b/

 

    • /p/

 

    • /m/

 

    • /l/

    • In the phonemic transcription of the word alive, the sound structure is ______

 

    • VCVVC

 

    • VCVC

 

    • VCVCV

 

    • CCVCV

 

    • Claustrophobia mean_________

 

    • Fear of water

 

    • Fear of deserts

 

    • Fear of heights

 

    • Fear of enclosed space

 

    • The young man is chameleon. The word chameleon should be understood_____

 

    • Literally

 

    • Denotatively

 

    • As a simile

 

    • Connotatively

 

    • The correct syllabication of the word concatenation is ________

 

    • Conc-ate-na-tion

 

    • Con-cate-na-tion

 

    • Co-nca-te-na-tion

 

    • Con-cat-e-na-tion

 

    • The word indescribable has

 

    • Three syllables

 

    • Four syllables

 

    • Five syllables

 

    • Six syllables

 

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    • The English language first came to Nigeria in the early _______century

 

    • 15th

 

    • 14th

 

    • 16th

 

    • 17th

 

    • L1 means _________

 

    • International language

 

    • Foreign language

 

    • First language

 

    • National language

 

    • Speaking and writing are regarded as ________ skills.

 

    • Productive

 

    • Passive

 

    • Receptive

 

    • Active

 

    • The feature of language which identifies the ability of language to capture new realities is termed _________

 

    • Conventionality

 

    • Creativity

 

    • Dynamism

 

    • Arbitrariness

 

    • A language used in a country with diverse ethnic backgrounds to facilitate communication is _________

 

    • A foreign language

 

    • Official language

 

    • Lingua franca

 

    • First language

 

    • Which of the following language is used as a foreign language in Nigeria?

 

    • Igbo

 

    • English

 

    • French

 

    • Yoruba

 

    • A language that is part of the user’s native culture is known as ________

 

    • Mother tongue

 

    • National language

 

    • Second language

 

    • Foreign language

    • There is no verifiable evidence to support the origin of language and as such all the theories of origin of language are regarded as ________

 

    • Speculations

 

    • Demonstrations

 

    • Pronouncements

 

    • All of the above

 

    • A language in which a user is expected to demonstrate greatest proficiency is his /her _______

 

    • Lingua franca

 

    • National language

 

    • First language

 

    • None of the above

 

    • The innate ability which man is endowed with that enables him to acquire language is _________

 

    • Language memorization

 

    • The brain

 

    • Language acquisition device

 

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    • None of the above

 

    • LAD means ________

 

    • Language advertisement agency

 

    • Language acquisition ability

 

    • Lack of acquisition device

 

    • Language acquisition device

 

    • Language is dynamic. This means that ________

 

    • It changes over time

 

    • It is meaningful

 

    • Language is a means of communication

 

    • All of the above.

 

    • The ability of an individual to make use of two different languages is termed _____

 

    • Multilingualism

 

    • Bilingualism

 

    • Extra lingualism

 

    • Pro lingualism

 

    • A specialist in language is known as a ______

 

    • Linguist

 

    • Scholar

 

    • Student

 

    • Philosopher

 

    • A nation where many languages are spoken is regarded as a ______nation.

 

    • Bilingual

 

    • Monolingual

 

    • Multilingual

 

    • None of the above

 

    • Language as an instrument of social identity means that language ________

 

    • Influences the people that use it

 

    • Is an instrument of communication

 

    • Is an embodiment of people’s culture

 

    • Helps people to interact within a given context

 

    • First language, according to input hypothesis, is acquired while second language is _____

 

    • Learned

 

    • Captured

 

    • Understood

 

    • Produced

 

    • The study of different stages of language acquisition is referred to as _____

 

    • Sociolinguistics

 

    • Psycholinguistics

 

    • Applied linguistics

 

    • None of the above

 

    • The study of language at the word level is _______

 

    • Phonetics

 

    • Phonology

 

    • Morphology

 

    • Syntax

    • To achieve a successful communication, one requires _______

 

    • Phrases

 

    • Clauses

 

    • Sentences

 

    • All of the above

 

    • The use of vague words by as writer/speaker shows his ______

 

    • Intellect

 

    • Exposure

 

    • Uncertainty

 

    • Attitude

 

    • Those who listen to a speaker or read his write-up are referred to as _______

 

    • People

 

    • Crowd

 

    • Audience

 

    • Interlocutors

 

    • The secret of one who communicates effectively to children as well as to adults is his understanding of ________

 

    • Concatenation

 

    • Collocation

 

    • Connotation

 

    • Word choice

 

    • ________refers to the setting, framework, background, situations and environment in which communication takes place.

 

    • Condition

 

    • Context

 

    • Clues

 

    • Collaboration

 

    • The words that co-occur with an unfamiliar word in an expression which helps one guess the meaning of the unfamiliar word are called ________

 

    • Context clues

 

    • Context collocations

 

    • Context clusters

 

    • Context consonance

 

    • Psychological context could refer to _________

 

    • The well-being of the speaker and the audience

 

    • The mood and emotions of the audience

 

    • The beliefs and values of a group of people

 

    • The relationship between the speaker/writer and the audience

 

    • The wording of a funeral oration should be ________

 

    • Jovial

 

    • Rhetorical

 

    • Somber

 

    • Flowery

 

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    • The speech of a speaker could be delivered ______________

 

    • Expertly

 

    • Connotatively

 

    • Naively

 

    • Impromptu

 

    • When a speaker takes cognizance of the actual location, time of the day and soon, before choosing his words for an address, he considers ________context.

 

    • Historical

 

    • Physical

 

    • Cultural

 

    • Social

    • Being rhetorically sensitive in communication means ________-

 

    • Showing oratory prowess

 

    • Relying heavily on jargons

 

    • Knowing that kind of words are appropriate

 

    • Using rhetoric’s in speech

 

    • An example of a phrase one can uses to add reason that is thought more important than former reasons is ___________

 

    • For this reason

 

    • On the other hand

 

    • In actual fact

 

    • What is more

 

    • The /p/ sound in ‘pins ‘contrasts with the ______sound in ‘bins.

 

    • /s/

 

    • /n/

 

    • /i/

 

    • /b/

 

    • The term ‘vocal tract’ can also be called________

 

    • Speech tract

 

    • Throat tract

 

    • Buccal tract

 

    • Nasal tract

 

    • When we speak, a stream of air passes outward from the ________

 

    • Mouth

 

    • Lungs

 

    • Nostrils

 

    • Throat

 

    • An individual’s _______quality derives from a combination of pitch height, loudness level, tempo and timbre of speaking.

 

    • Harmony

 

    • Voice

 

    • Lag

 

    • Prosodic

 

    • IPA stands for _______

 

    • Interpretive program accent

 

    • Intervocalic phonetics alphabet

 

    • Intonation phonic accentuation

 

    • International phonetic alphabet

 

    • Speech sounds are divided into_______main types.

 

    • 5

 

    • 2

 

    • 7

 

    • 26

 

    • Phones combine into larger units called ______

 

    • Phonetics

 

    • Phonology

 

    • Syllables

 

  • Phonemics

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