Language Quiz / Cambridge TESOL Glossary A, B

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Can you name the TESOL Glossary A, B words?

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Black English, Black English Vernacular, and Ebonics; AAVE
different pronunciations of a single sound that make no difference to the meaning such as the 't' in 'tea' and 'toe'
language loss due to brain damage
the branch of phonetics which studies and describes the way in which sounds are formed with the speech organs
the overall posture of the organs of speech typical of a particular language or dialect
simplification of sounds next to each other as in 'ten minutes' to 'temminutes'
delayed communication via computer such as email
listenership cues; active listening
a person who is equally good at two languages
competence and communication in two dialects of the same language
competence in reading and writing two scripts of the same language
using audial input to help decipher written text

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