MADURAI- 10, MOBILE: 9789513730



  1. Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).
  2. A) Langue is the language system and Parole, the individual usage.
  3. A) Meaning of Language
  4. B) Recursion
  5. A) Skinner and Os good
  6. D) physiolinguistics
  7. B) Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A)
  8. C) Languages do not get borne, they evolve out of previously existing linguistic situations
  9. A) a system of structured differences in language
  10. D) Language in the abstract sense
  11. C) (a) and (c)
  12. B) Parole
  13. A. II and III
  14. A) a system of structured differences in language
  15. A. Phraseology
  16. A. Empirical
  17. C) The meaning of Language
  18. C) Psychiatrist
  19. C) Speaking and Reading are passive skills
  20. D) all of the above
  21. C) lack of understanding
  22. C) English as a lingua Franca
  23. B. grammatical units
  24. D)Grammatical distinctions are not semantic and there cannot be a one-to-one correspondence between the two
  25. C) Sentence
  26. D) Embedding
  27. C) Five
  28. B) Pidgin
  29. C) Usage
  30. A) 1 and 4 are correct
  31. A) I and IV
  32. A) (A) makes complete sense in the light of (R).
  33. A) a trickster, a cheat
  34. B) Morpheme
  35. D. Morpheme
  36. B. Affix
  37. B) Morpheme
  38. A) Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).
  39. B) Both (A) and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation (A).
  40. C) Free morpheme, bound-morpheme
  41. D) climate – climactic
  42. B) grapheme
  43. C) Five
  44. C) Primary stress
  45. D. Dialect and Idiolect
  46. A) Idiolect
  47. D) All of the above
  48. D) Pidgin
  49. C) A variety of language used in social situations or one specially designed for the subject it deals with
  50. A) Deep structure-Surface structure
  51. D) eight, ate
  52. C) stress, quantity
  53. C) tempo
  54. D) A minimal pidgin that emerged during colonial times in the Madras Presidency
  55. A) Phonology-Sound system
  56. C) Danial Jones
  57. B) Both (A) and (R) true and is not the correct explanation of (A)
  58. A) The ability to put oneself across comfortably in speech and/or writing
  59. A. Malinowski
  60. C. Spenser and Shakespeare
  61. D. Morpheme
  62. B) Purevowels
  63. A) 48 letters
  64. A) in vibration
  65. A) Vowel to Vowel
  66. B) Larynx
  67. B) Glottis
  68. B) Nasals
  69. B) |m n l r|
  70. C) Pygmalion
  71. B. Supra segmental
  72. D)Phoneme
  73. C) Stress, Pitch and Intonation
  74. B) Complementary distribution
  75. C) bronchioles
  76. D) 44
  77. C) Both (A) and (B)
  78. A) Syntactic structures of utterances
  79. B) Noam Chormsky
  80. A) C.C.C.V.C.
  81. D)Transofrmative Generative
  82. C) SVO
  83. C) Noam Chomsky
  84. C) IC analysis
  85. B) Recursion
  86. A) Homophones
  87. A) Glass
  88. C. Newspapers
  89. C) Dr. Johnson
  90. B) Grammar Translation Method
  91. A) formal language
  92. A) Transformative Generative linguistics
  93. B) Noun Chomsky
  94. C) 1, 3, 5 are correct
  95. C) Usage
  96. B) The passage concedes that the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis cannot be discounted entirely
  97. B) No wonder that you now find the words menacing
  98. D) As soon as Mohan entered the stadium the crowd cheered
  99. B) It is a set of basic grammatical principles assumed to be fundamental to all natural languages
  100. C) Usage
  101. B) Noam Chomsky
  102. C) (c), (b), (a), (d)
  103. B) (c) (a) (b) (d)
  104. B) 1965
  105. B) Bloomfield
  106. C) superordinate
  107. D) Without a medium through which the perceiver sees the object

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