101.The unique sounds that combined to create spoken words called a.morphemes.c.phonemes. b.extensions.d.grammatics.

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101.The unique sounds that are combined to create spoken words are called






102.How many phonemes are in the word “test?”






103.Which is the best example of a phoneme?

a.The consonant sound “d”

b.The overall sound of the word “dog”

c.The words “the dog ran”

d.The sentence, “The dog ran out of the rain”




104.In what way are newborns more linguistically sophisticated than the average adult?

a.They can auditorily distinguish between more phonemes.

b.They can produce more phonemes.

c.They do not habituate to new phonemes.

d.Newborns have no linguistic advantages over adults.




105.Which is a key cue used by infants when attempting to identify whether a sound represents a word?

a.They focus on sounds that repeat (e.g., gaga).

b.They focus on sounds that are stressed during speech.

c.They focus on the sound with the least number of phonemes.

d.They focus on the sounds made by other infants.




106.Barry walks up to his nine-month-old son and says (very slowly and with major fluctuations in his voice’s pitch and loudness), “Ohhhhhhhhh, are you Daddy’s little baaaaaaaby?” Barry is illustrating


b.telegraphic speech.d.infant-directed speech.




107.Motherese is also known as ____ speech.






108.When dealing with young infants, why is infant-directed speech preferred over normal adult speech?

a.Infants have an easier time producing infant-directed speech.

b.Infants pay more attention to infant-directed speech.

c.Infants prefer the rapid pace of infant-directed speech.

d.Infants like infant-directed speech because it lacks the confusing changes of pitch found in normal adult speech.




109.Which speech sound is always a single vowel-like sound?






110.When three-month-old Rosita says “ahhhhhhhh,” she is

a.producing telegraphic speech.c.babbling.

b.cooing.d.producing infant-directed speech.





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