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The study of how languages change over time.

The study of cultural and subcultural patterns of speaking in different social contexts.

 The ways in which words are arranged to form phrases and sentences.

The smallest unit of a language that has a meaning.

The study of how sound sequences convey meaning.

 A speech sound in a language.

 A sound or set of sounds that makes a difference in meaning to the speakers of the language

The study of the sounds in a language and how they are used

he study of how languages are constructed.

Using more than one language in the course of conversing.

Words that belong to different languages but have similar sounds and meanings.

A variety of a language spoken in a particular area or by a particular social group.Eg – Magadhi, Bhojpuri etc.

The study of communication by nonvocal means, including posture, mannerisms, body movement, facial expressions, and signs and gestures.

The non-lexical component of communication by speech, for example intonation, pitch and speed of speaking, hesitation noises, silence. It refers to all the optional vocal features or silences apart from the language itself that communicate meaning.’