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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Devitt's analysis involves acknowledging that Quine's claim about extensionally equivalent grammars undermines Chomsky's claim that the structural features he discovers are necessarily the processing ruled governing linguistic competence. But Devitt goes further.
We believed then that if linguistic competence were included in the assessment, it would improve students' awareness of language use and, consequently, linguistic competence.
Linguistic competence, or our implicit knowledge of language rules, is acquired with exposure to and use of language.
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.
On the NYS level, the OMH developed Official Policy Directive PC-502 titled Cultural and Linguistic Competence. This directive, which applies to state hospitals directly operated by the OMH, codifies the agency's commitment to developing and maintaining mental health services that are culturally competent, consumer guided, and community based.
The NCIHC award recognizes a person, program, or organization whose work helps improve the lives of others through the "promotion of linguistic competence in healthcare." Tracy was recognized for launching Barton's Spanish website, leading in-depth interpretive and translation services and outreach, and future projects in process.
There are eight papers: towards a multidisciplinary perspective on language competence; correlation between theoretical knowledge of grammar and performance in the production of written texts; effects of forward lexical transfer on formality level as an L2 English competency; LSP and sociocultural competences; text competence; instructional semantics and linguistic competence; performance and competence in usage-based construction grammar; linguistic competences.
This feature of the collection demands a fair level of linguistic competence from any reader who might intend to go through the book from start to finish, but given the heterogeneous nature of the topics covered in the work, it seems likely that most readers would want to focus on one or a few specific chapters rather than attempting to take in the volume as a whole.
Homogeneous grouping possibilities should exist that will facilitate grouping by age, IQ, and linguistic competence;
This linguistic identity can be expressed in terms of expertise (i.e., linguistic competence), affiliation (formal or informal connections), or inheritance (familial connections) (Leung, Harris, & Rampton, 1997).
Developed by Wayside's exceptional team of educational authors, materials on the Learning Site will help students develop the necessary cultural and linguistic competence to communicate effectively.
The notion that factors independent of any person's linguistic competence might block his ability to exploit the inherent dynamic of language is of considerable social as well as theoretical significance.
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.
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