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chapter 1 lipson

what are speech sounds disorders ranging from, in general? from mild, as in a lisp to a sever disorder so that individual is completely unintelligible
what is delay speech sound disorders that are noted as "normal" errors found in young chidren as they learn to properly use sounds
what does deviant mean errors not typically ovserved in young children's development.
what are semantics meanings attached to words, vocabulary
what is morphology? minimum meaningful units in language
what does that mean, defined morphology? the words and attachements to words such as plural markers /s/ for dogs, and tense markers /ed/ in walked indicating past tense or parts of words /doghouse/ has two minimum meaningful units.
what is syntax grammatical rules for putting words together in phrases ans sentences
what are pragmatics using language appropriatly in a social context and discourse which is the ability to string sentences together in a meaningful manner while communicating with others
Created by: boone.reavis