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A grammatical unit that never occurs by itself, but is always attached to another morpheme. Bound Morpheme
The total inventory of morphemes in a given language. Lexicon
The smallest unit in the sound system of the language. Phoneme
The study of patterns of word formation in a particular language, including inflection, derivation and composition. Morphology
To replace a noun or noun phrase with a pronoun. Pronominalize
Communication of thought by words; talk; conversation longer than a sentence. Discourse
The smallest meaningful unit in the grammar of a language. Morpheme
The stress and intonation patterns of an utterance Prosody
The analysis of language in terms of the situational context within which utterances are made, including the knowledge and beliefs of the speaker and the relation between the speaker and listener. Pragmatics
The meaning, or the interpretation of the meaning, of a word, sign, sentence, etc. Semantics
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