Lecturer English MCQs PPSC FPSC KKPSC Online Test No. 61

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Test NameLecturer English
SubjectLecturer English Test 61
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100

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Lecturer English Online Test No. 61

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Which of the following is the smallest unit within a language system?

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The co-existence of two different forms of language in a society often a 'high' and 'low' or 'official' or 'common form is called:

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.............is the general term used to denote a form of language (pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary) that is used by particular social groups in particular social contexts.

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Language learning processes, like how language is acquired, how language is stored in the brain, how language is accessed and processed by the brain, are studied under:

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The historical approach to language study, which investigates the changes in languages through time is said to be...........

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..................is used to denote the language or variety of language that is being used by a speaker in a particular social context, or that a speaker is able to use as a part of their linguistic repertoire:

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Who was the main contributor to the linguistic period?

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.............is the stored knowledge that a person has about a particular concept, which enables them to interpret what they encounter in relation to that concept:

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The linguistic capability to combine existing sounds into new meanings and to combine existing words into new utterances is called.........

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Is used either to denote the jargon associated with a particular occupational group, or more widely to refer to any variety that is influenced by subject matter, setting, group being addressed:

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In oral presentation of language preceded the written. There was an emphasis on correct pronunciation and grammar, and on using repetition to inculcate correct language.

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Issues in the construction of intelligible utterances-like word order, tense, case and person are the area of:

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The study of rules and practices for making and using sounds in a language is called..........

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The characteristics of the speech of an individual which refers to a geographical or social group is..............

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Hermann Paul (1886) argued that the most basic building block of language was which of the following?

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...................is the variety of language, including vocabulary and grammar, spoken in a particular social group:

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................is the language of communication between persons who have different first languages who speak different tribal languages.

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In English, we use the labiodental fricative for the letters:

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A new or hybrid language that develops a new or sophisticated grammar or vocabulary and is spoken as some group's first language is:

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The notion that human beings are born with the features that are common to languages generally hardwired into their minds is said to be............

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The approach towards the language acquisition that the capacity for language is innate in human beings is said to be..............

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The study of rules and practices for constructing meaningful bits of language is called:

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A language with a markedly reduced grammatical structure, lexicon, and stylistic range is said to be..........

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Human language differs from communication systems of other animals because:

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Which of the following definitions are consistent with discourse?

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