Linguistic communication

Linguistic communication,

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Linguistic communication by Mind Map: Linguistic communication

1. It is the fundamental process by which two people (at least) share the same information transmitted (sender) and received (receiver) through a medium (channel). Linguistic communication is a common process that allows the transmission of knowledge, thoughts, ideas, opinions, sensations, attitudes, desires, actions, among other diverse experiences.

2. Linguistics: Linguistics is a science that studies human language and languages. Linguistics focuses its field of study on the description and explanation of the means of language at its different levels: phonic, lexical and syntactic.

3. Elements of the communicative process: Sender, code, message, channel, receiver, referent, context. Functions of language: Emotive (expressive), metalinguistic, poetic (aesthetic), phatic (contact), appellative (conative), representational, referential (denotative). Classes of communication: reciprocal, unilateral, interpersonal, collective, private, public, linguistic, extralinguistic, oral, audiovisual, visual. Linguistic substrate: These are certain phonetic, syntactic or lexical characteristics or peculiarities left by one language to another language that replaces it.

4. How different systems have been implemented in the language.

5. It is possible to speak of different systems of a language: the phonological, morphological, lexical and syntactic systems. Within a system, for example, the morphological system, the signs or elements are arranged in subsystems

6. aspects of grammatical accuracy and fluency.

7. Fluency and accuracy (or correctness) are two fundamental concepts in Didactics and Second Language Acquisition (SLA). and Second Language Acquisition (ASL). The Common European Framework of Reference for The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) states that these are two components of foreign language (LE) communicative competence. According to the CEFR, fluency is one of the components of functional competence which, together with discourse and organizational competence, is part of pragmatic competence. of pragmatic competence.