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Q: Which language system most likely broke down in the following sentence? I cookie ate the good. phonology morphology syntax semantics pragmatics
A: The language system that broke down is semantics pragmatics.
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User: Which language system most likely broke down in the following sentence? I cookie ate the good. phonology morphology syntax semantics pragmatics

Weegy: The language system that broke down is semantics pragmatics.
samn|Points 3831|

User: Which of the following make up the Triangle of Meaning? thoughts sounds words objects grammar Question #6MultipleChoice Score: Which language style would be most appropriate for the given situation? a job interview formal languageinformal languagetechnical language Question #7MultipleChoice Score: Which language style would be most appropriate for the given situation? online chat room formal languageinformal languagetechnical language Question #8MultipleChoice Score: Which of the following is also considered standard language? formal languageinformal languagetechnical language Question #9MultipleSelect Score: Which of the following characterizes informal language? has many formsuses social dialectsused to communicate across different regionsuses colloquialisms and local idiomsuses vocabulary particular to an occupation Question #10MultipleChoice Score: In which of the following situations would jargon be most appropriate? a barbecue at the beacha staff meeting to introduce new employeesa presentation on plate tectonicsa soccer game Question #11TextMultipleChoice Score: Self-fulfilling prophecy is a primary example of the capability of language to evaluatereflectinfluence . Question #12Matching Score: Match each type of troublesome language with its correct description. 1. is too general or broad to be understood clearly overly abstract language 2. takes on precise meaning in a comparison emotive language 3. uses emotionally charged words irresponsible language 4. does not have one definitive meaning equivocal language 5. shifts blame to others disruptive language 6. is purposely indirect evasive language 7. confuses facts with perceptions relative term Question #13MultipleChoice Score: How can disruptive language be avoided? by using comparisonsby using specific, clear languageby qualifying opinionsall of the above Question #14MultipleChoice Score: In the following scenario, which type of troublesome language is most likely being used? You go rock climbing with a much more experienced friend, who quickly scales a high cliff and then calls down to you, "Come on up! This is a really easy climb." disruptive languagerelative termsoverly abstract languageemotive language Question #15MultipleChoice Score: In the following scenario, which type of troublesome language is most likely being used? In a local election, the challenger accuses the person currently in office of taking illegal tax breaks. disruptive languagerelative termsoverly abstract languageemotive language

Weegy: please list your question one by one.
latefisher|Points 3420|

User: Which of the following make up the Triangle of Meaning? thoughts sounds words objects grammar

User: Which of the following characterizes informal language? has many forms uses social dialects used to communicate across different regions uses colloquialisms and local idioms uses vocabulary particular to an occupation

Weegy: uses colloquialisms and local idioms characterizes informal language.
OxTornado007|Points 6719|

User: In which of the following situations would jargon be most appropriate? a barbecue at the beach a staff meeting to introduce new employees a presentation on plate tectonics a soccer game

Weegy: A. a barbecue at the beach is the answer.
OxTornado007|Points 6719|

User: How can disruptive language be avoided? by using comparisons by using specific, clear language by qualifying opinions all of the above

Weegy: All of the above
innersource|Points 7125|

User: You go rock climbing with a much more experienced friend, who quickly scales a high cliff and then calls down to you, "Come on up! This is a really easy climb." disruptive language relative terms overly abstract language emotive language

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