linguistic competence


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Related to linguistic competence: Linguistic performance, Communicative competence
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(linguistics) a speaker's implicit, internalized knowledge of the rules of their language (contrasted with linguistic performance)

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New Delhi [India], Aug 1 ( ANI ): Gurgaon-based IoT company Trak N Tell has announced enhancing of its linguistic competence with the addition of Hindi lingo to it.
Through the use of Luis Cernuda's "If a Man Could Only Say" (3) (1971, 27), this section aims to put into practice the above-discussed theoretical framework for the use of literature as a tool for TFL--one inclusive of linguistic competence, intercultural competence, and otherness, in this case in its homosexual projection.
Identifying emerging and promising cultural and linguistic competence practices in disability programs
Parkinson and Reid Thomas argue that literature helps for a number of reasons including extension of linguistic competence, cultural enrichment, and argues that literature is the optimal discipline to train the mind and sensibility (9-11).
While it is important to take students' linguistic competence into account in linguistic diversity assessment contexts, it is also necessary to ensure psychometric equivalence between language versions.
O'Sullivan here applies the concept within the context of linguistic competence, or facility in both learning a foreign language and intercultural communication.
Practitioners in two federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) were interviewed to explore how their organizations carried out best practices in cultural and linguistic competence (CLC) when integrating mental health services into primary care.
He introduced to the participants unique and striking ideas to construct tests for assessment of linguistic competence (grammar and vocabulary) and language skills (reading, writing, speaking, and listening), and to use alternative forms of assessment in their classroom, in addition to traditional achievement tests.
After analyzing the data obtained in two parallel tests of linguistic competence in Catalan and Spanish, the work focuses on the explicative possibilities of the Hypothesis when it comes to pinpointing the mechanisms at work in the acquisition of new languages by immigrant students in multilingual settings.
In series two, four significant differences by indicators pointing the linguistic competence can be found (one of them is the supportive indicator "translation").
It is based on the linguistic competence of speech act participants, their common thesaurus and social experience, making up a considerable part of scientific communication background knowledge.
Linguistic competence consists in systematically relating given lexical items to other pieces of vocal and bodily conduct that signal how such items are produced and understood.
This in itself is thrilling and harks back to Noam Chomsky's idea of linguistic competence.
Both the resource persons came forward with unique and striking ideas to enable the participants to construct tests for the assessment of linguistic competence (grammar and vocabulary) and language skills (reading, writing, speaking, and listening) and to use alternative forms of assessment in their classroom, in addition to traditional achievement tests.
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