Date: 2017-05-13 08:24
Phonemic Coding Ability - the ability to link sounds and symbols so that they could be recalled later, . the capacity of handling phono-orthographic material
Infinite use of finite media . Although languages are complex, they are not infinitely complex. The number of rules that anyone needs to "know" to create sentences in their language is relatively small, and the number of different kinds of sentences is quite small. Still, the number of sentences that can be produced by any speaker of a language is potentially infinite.
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Texting is developing its own kind of grammar. Take LOL. It doesn’t actually mean “laughing out loud” in a literal sense anymore. LOL has evolved into something much subtler and sophisticated and is used even when nothing is remotely amusing. Jocelyn texts “Where have you been?” and Annabelle texts back “LOL at the library studying for two hours.” LOL signals basic empathy between texters, easing tension and creating a sense of equality. Instead of having a literal meaning, it does something — conveying an attitude — just like the -ed ending conveys past tense rather than “meaning” anything. LOL , of all things, is grammar.
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Soccer, on the other hand, except for its half-time break, has no time-outs except for half-time, it is constant run, run, run, run, back and forth, back and forth, relentlessly, with only a few seconds of relaxation when a goal is scored, and that can happen seldom, sometimes never. The best that commercial television coverage can hope for is an injury time-out, and in soccer that happens only with decapitation or disembowelment.
John McWhorter is an associate professor of English and comparative literature at Columbia University and the author of What Language Is (and What It Isn't and What It Could Be) . The views expressed are solely his own.
Further attempts at devising linguistic aptitude tests were mainly for military purposes, the most important of which was carried out by the American Armed Forces - the Defense Language Aptitude Battery (Petersen and Al-Haik, 6976). The main aim of this test was to modify the MLAT so that prediction was maximized. However, it is a general agreement that none of the subsequent tests managed to outperform the MLAT in terms of reliability and prediction (Dö rnyei, 7555).
Soccer is a great sport and it certainly deserves the increased attention and popularity it is getting on all levels. But 656 primarily, again, because it does not lend itself to television 656 it will never make it big in the United States the way these other sports have, not until it changes some of its fundamental strategies.