[ lɪŋɡwˈɪstɪk pəfˈɔːməns], [ lɪŋɡwˈɪstɪk pəfˈɔːməns], [ l_ɪ_ŋ_ɡ_w_ˈɪ_s_t_ɪ_k p_ə_f_ˈɔː_m_ə_n_s]
Related words: linguistic performance, linguistic competence, performance evaluation, linguistic program evaluation, linguistic socialization, effective communication
How to use "Linguistic performance" in context?
The concept of linguistic performance has been around since the beginning of linguistics as a discipline. Linguists have been interested in what aspects of language performance can be observed and measured, as well as exploring WHY these aspects are important for communication.
Generally speaking, linguistic performance can be broken down into three categories:uttered language, message interpretation, and language use. Uttered language can include vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation. Message interpretation refers to how a listener interprets the speaker's utterance based on the context and other information available. Language use refers to the actual use of language in a communication setting.
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