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A reflective essay on the impact of phonetics and phonology on oral communication.
A reflective essay on the impact of morphology, syntax and semantics on English grammar
Submitted to: zafor Mohammad Mahmud English department
Submitted by: saima sultana mou Id: 2013-1-11-00
Submission date: 23rd December, 2013
Phonetics and phonology are related, dependent fields for studying aspects of language. Phonetics is the study of sound in speech; phonology is the study (and use) of sound patterns to create meaning. Communication could be oral, verbal or written, oral and verbal communication can be reinforce when words spoken are record while written communication can be reinforced when words and sentences written becomes legally binding. Phonetics and phonology is aim at ensuring universal effectiveness and clarity of speech in communication. Phonetics and phonology will help bridge the communication gap between the third world countries and the western world countries. Linguists study all aspects of language, from its formal structural properties through to the way it is used a represented in the brain. Morphology is the study of the internal structure of words. Linguists interested in morphology look at the parts that words are divided into and study the meaning of these individual parts. The main aim of morphology is to assign meaning to parts of words. Syntax is all about the structure of sentences, and what determines which words go where. Semantics is the study of meaning. Semantics is a highly theoretical research perspective, and looks at meaning in language in isolation
Phonetics is the study of sound in speech. Phonetics is all about studying the sounds we make when we talk. It is concerned with the physical properties of