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Jan 5, 2004 Phonology is the study of how sounds are organized and used in natural languages.

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Generative Phonology
English) as a level of representation standing between Sapir's Phonological ( termed is the first systematic exposition of generative phonology.
English phonology and morphology
studied areas in the whole of morphology and phonology.
Bengali intonational phonology
A COMPENDIUM OF ANCIENT GREEK PHONOLOGY 63
63. OVERVIEW. 1.
Articulation/Phonology DEFINITION OF ARTICULATION
Phonological disorders involve error patterns in the application of category of articulation/phonology which addresses all errors of sound production.

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Voice recognition another possible dyslexia deficit
Other research had lead scientists to conclude that phonology, the ability to process the relationship between sounds and their meanings, doesn't happen the way it should with people who have dyslexia.
Sign language added to high school course offerings
ASL is considered a natural language, as proven to the satisfaction of the linguistic community by William Stokoe, and contains phonology, morphology, semantics, syntax and pragmatics, just like spoken languages.
ED2011 Comedy Review: Tony Law: Go Mr Tony Go! (Tony Law)
Unfortunately, the pace suffers from several slow sketches, particularly the one about the phonology of Gok Wan.
Let every new word bloom
So small was the impact on Australian grammar and phonology, she said, that Americanisation must be slight and temporary.
Mescalero Dictionary Project Gets $321200 Grant
Rushforth's project will analyze the complex structure of verbs in the language and contribute to comparative work in the phonetics and phonology of the entire Athabaskan language family, according to the release.

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Phonology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Phonology
The study of phonology is the study of the patterned interaction of speech sounds .
What is phonology?
Jan 5, 2004 Phonology is the study of how sounds are organized and used in natural languages.
Cambridge Journals Online - Phonology
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Phonology - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
the science of speech sounds including especially the history and theory of sound changes in a language or in two or more related languages. 2.

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