linguistic 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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To provide effective mental health services to diverse populations in primary care settings, it is critical to adopt best practices in both integrated healthcare (IHC) and cultural and linguistic competence (CLC).
Re-reading entails linguistic competence, not only in the native language but also in the foreign one.
This in itself is thrilling and harks back to Noam Chomsky's idea of linguistic competence.
According to the Telegraph, Professor Bassnett, a former pro-vice chancellor of Warwick University, who has also acted as an external examiner at other institutions, said she had been asked to 'disregard linguistic competence and focus on content' by some of her peers.
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.
The exam targeting around 60,000 high school students in total aims to check their linguistic competence before the introduction of new English education guidelines for high schools from the next academic year, in which students will be required to speak in English during class hours in principle.
There are people who have achieved close to normal linguistic competence with no sensory input beyond that can be gained by placing one's hand on another person's face and throat.
The Jesuit Clooney is uniquely and superbly qualified to undertake this task, rooted as he is within his own ecclesial tradition and transformed by the years he has spent in India wrestling with the Hindu religious heritage, with outstanding linguistic competence and openness to the unveiling of truth wherever it may be found.
The FL/SL instructor can hope to measure the learners' linguistic competence by means of the TL product.
The article notes that a growing body of evidence exists to suggest that high-quality pretend play is an important facilitator of perspective taking and later abstract thought, that it may facilitate higher-level cognition, and that pretend play and social and linguistic competence are clearly linked.
Thus, I have generated data based on my own linguistic competence and performance in Kiswahili.
Sterelny challenges the widespread view that linguistic competence is the product of a specialized 'language module', which is innately determined and encapsulated from other parts of the mind.
To provide patient-centered care that takes patient preferences into account, it is important for health care organizations to ensure that practitioners are prepared to function with cultural and linguistic competence (4,5).
In the cognitive orientation process, writing incorporates correct language into correct usage as a result of developing of linguistic competence.
5 IELTS) are significantly different to the linguistic competence of an educated native speaker, who, for example, could reasonably be expected to achieve 8.
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