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Accommodation Theory is a sociolinguistic theory that explains how people adjust their language use to fit the social context and the people they are communicating with. This theory was first
The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis, also known as linguistic relativity, is a theory in linguistics that suggests that the structure and content of a person’s language influence their perception and understanding of
The Monitor Model is a theory of second language acquisition (SLA) developed by linguist Stephen Krashen in the 1970s. The model proposes that language acquisition occurs in two ways: through
The mentalist theory of first language (L1) acquisition suggests that children learn language through innate cognitive abilities and language-specific mechanisms that are pre-wired in their brains. This theory assumes that
Behaviorist theory is a theory of language acquisition that emphasizes the role of environmental factors in shaping a child’s first language (L1) development. According to this theory, children learn language
Semantics is the branch of linguistics concerned with the study of meaning in language. It involves the analysis of how words and phrases convey meaning in various contexts. Semantics is
In linguistics, cohesion refers to the way in which a text is connected and held together through the use of language. It refers to the ways in which various parts
Grice’s maxims refer to a set of conversational rules or principles that are essential to effective communication. The maxims were proposed by philosopher H.P. Grice in 1975 as a way
Phrase Structure Grammar (PS Grammar) is a type of generative grammar that is used to describe the structure of sentences in natural languages. It was first proposed by Noam Chomsky


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