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LINGUISTICS by Mind Map: LINGUISTICS

1. Tentative phrases

2. Accents

3. Phonology

4. Hypernymy

5. phonologicalistics

5.1. rhyme

5.1.1. assonance

5.2. allication

5.3. correlation of the sound form and meaning

6. The study of sound patterns languages

6.1. Phoneme

6.1.1. Smallest segment of sounds which can distinguish two words.

6.2. Allophone

6.2.1. A variant of phoneme in paerticular language

7. Complementary

8. Sociolinguistics

8.1. Dialect

8.1.1. Vocabulary

8.1.2. Sound

8.1.3. Syntax

8.2. Registers

8.2.1. Topic discussed

8.2.2. Formality of occasion

8.2.3. Medium used

8.2.3.1. Spoken

8.2.3.2. Written

8.2.3.3. Signed

8.3. High-density network

8.4. Social Networks

8.4.1. Low-density network

8.5. Language & Sex

8.5.1. Women

8.5.1.1. Question intonation

8.5.1.2. Commands=joint actions

8.5.2. Men

8.5.2.1. Straightforward

8.5.2.2. Insecure style

8.5.2.3. Direct orders

9. Semantics

9.1. Synonymy

9.2. Antonymy

9.2.1. Gradable

9.2.2. Relational

9.3. Ambiguity

9.3.1. Polysemy

9.3.2. Homonyms

9.3.3. Homophones

9.4. Hyponymy

9.5. Homographs

9.6. Metaphors

9.7. Componential Analysis

9.8. Prototypes

10. Pragmatic

10.1. Definition

10.1.1. The study of speaker meaning.

10.2. Context

10.2.1. Physical

10.2.2. Linguistic

10.2.3. Social

10.2.4. Epistemic

10.3. Speech Act

10.3.1. Indirect Speech Act

10.3.2. Direct Speech Act

10.4. Speech Act

10.4.1. Representative

10.4.2. Directive

10.4.3. Commisive

10.4.4. Expressive

10.4.5. Declaration

10.5. Grice's Maxim

10.5.1. Maxims of Quality

10.5.2. Maxims of Relevance

10.5.3. Maxims of Quantity

10.5.4. Maxims of Manner

10.6. Politeness

10.6.1. Face Threatening Act - On record - Off record

10.6.2. Face Saving Act - Positive politeness - Negative politeness

11. Morphology

11.1. Free morphemes

11.1.1. Lexical Morpheme

11.1.2. Functional Morpheme

11.2. Bound Morpheme

11.2.1. Derrivational Morpheme

11.2.2. Inflectional Morpheme

11.3. Word Formation Processes

11.3.1. Coinage

11.3.2. Blending

11.3.3. Compounding

11.3.4. Conversion

12. Phonetic & Phonology

12.1. Phonetic

12.1.1. The study of aounds and their priduction

12.1.1.1. Consonant

12.1.1.1.1. Place

12.1.1.1.2. Manner

12.1.1.2. Vowels

12.1.1.2.1. High

12.1.1.2.2. Mid

12.1.1.2.3. Low

12.1.1.2.4. Front

12.1.1.2.5. Lentral

12.1.1.2.6. Back

12.1.1.2.7. Dipththongs

12.1.1.2.8. Nazalitation

13. Syntax

13.1. Lexical/Content

13.2. Generative Grammar

13.3. Tree Diagram

13.4. Types of Sentences

13.4.1. Simple Sentences

13.4.2. Compound

13.4.3. Complex

13.4.4. Compound-Complex

14. psycholinguistics

14.1. language comprehension

14.1.1. understanding what other people say and write

14.2. language production

14.2.1. the production of spoken or written language

14.3. language acquistion

14.3.1. how people learn to speak and the mental processes involved

14.3.1.1. second language acquistion

14.3.1.2. the stages

14.3.1.2.1. cooing-6 months

14.3.1.2.2. babbling-9 months

14.3.1.2.3. one word utterances-12 months

14.3.1.2.4. telegraphist speech-2 years

14.3.1.2.5. normal speech-5 years

14.4. speech problems

14.4.1. slips of tongue

14.4.2. stuttering

14.4.3. aphasia

15. stylistics

15.1. lexical

15.1.1. connotations

15.1.1.1. expressive

15.1.1.2. evaluative

15.1.1.3. emotive

15.1.1.4. neologisms

15.1.1.5. their behavior

15.1.1.6. dialectal words

15.1.2. correlation of the message

15.2. functional

15.3. stylistics of encoding

15.3.1. figurative language

15.3.2. sound techniques

15.3.3. communicative situation

15.3.4. structural devices

15.3.5. irony

15.3.6. register

15.4. morphological

15.5. grammatical

15.5.1. syntactical

15.6. individual style study

15.6.1. studies the style of the author