Quiz Bank Linguistics

Linguistic Test 49

Welcome to your Linguistics Test 49

1. 
An evidential signaling that the speaker’s evidence for the truth of his or her statement is derived from the speaker’s own sensory experience.

2. 
An ordered, dynamic relation between one linguistic form and another

3. 
An abstract place of one turn relative to another turn to which it is functionally related

4. 
A syntactic construction that has a blank left in it for eliciting or testing words

5. 
A person present at, but not a recognized participant of, a conversation or other speech event

6. 
A grammatical unit that is composed of one or more clauses

7. 
Question that presents two or more possible answers and presupposes that only one is true

8. 
A contrast relation in which the contrasted propositions express events or states that are incompatible with each

9. 
A figure of speech in which one entity is used to stand for another associated entity

10. 
Place deixis that has a component of meaning indicating that the location does not have length or area


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