8 edition of Spontaneous spoken language found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -442) and index.
|Statement||Jim Miller and Regina Weinert.|
|LC Classifications||P408 .M55 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 457 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||457|
|LC Control Number||97039156|
Spontaneous-speech corpora of various languages include Switchboard (telephone conversations in English), 30,31 COSINE (multiparty conversations in English), 32 TitaniQ (conversations in English. Furthermore, spoken sentences often do not follow the grammar of a language; they exhibit self-corrections, hesitations, repetitions, and other irregular phenomena. SLU systems contain an automatic speech recognition (ASR) component and must be robust to noise due to the spontaneous nature of spoken language and the errors introduced by by:
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Jim Miller and Regina Weinert investigate syntactic structure and the organization of discourse in spontaneous spoken language. Using data from English, German, and Russian, they develop a systematic analysis of spoken English and highlight properties that hold across : Jim Miller.
Spontaneous Spoken Language: Syntax and Discourse - Kindle edition by Miller, Jim, Weinert, Regina. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Spontaneous Spoken Language: Syntax and by: Jim Miller and Regina Weinert investigate syntactic structure and the organization of discourse in spontaneous spoken language.
Using data from English, German, and Russian, they develop a systematic analysis of spoken English and highlight properties that hold across languages. A new, Spontaneous spoken language book book on the theory of grammar and language processing, based on the analysis of authentic speech produced in real time.
Drawing on insights from cognitive psychology, neurology and conversation analysis, the author offers a fascinating, easy-to-follow account of why spoken English is structured the way it is. Jim Miller and Regina Weinert investigate syntactic structure and the organization of discourse in spontaneous spoken language.
Using data from English, German, and Russian, they develop a systematic analysis of spoken English and highlight properties that hold across authors argue. The authors examine the types of clauses used by people when they are speaking off the cuff.
They also analyze the devices speakers use when organizing larger chunks of language, such as conversations. Using data from English, German, and Russian, they develop a systematic analysis of spoken English and highlight cross-language properties. The book also developed into an attempt to demonstrate that the growing body of analyses of spontaneous spoken language was relevant to a number of areas in theoretical linguistics: received views of constructions in particular languages, to theories of the on-line processing of spoken language by humans, to theoretical work in typology, and, perhaps most crucially, to theories of first language.
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In contrast to traditional approaches of mainstream psycholinguists, the authors of Communicating with One Another approach spontaneous spoken discourse as a dynamic process, rich with structures, patterns, and rules other than conventional grammar and syntax.
Daniel C. O’Connell and Sabine KowalBrand: Springer-Verlag New York. Discourse Any bit of spoken or written language that is longer than a sentence or a type of language and its typical features, e.g. the discourse of the law, advertising or politics.
Ellipsis Missing out parts of a sentence, e.g. in a text message, a sports commentary or spontaneous File Size: 60KB. Spontaneous Spoken Language: Syntax and Discourse and over 2 million other books are available for Amazon : Jim Miller.
Chapter 1. Russian spoken discourse audio Chapter 2. The basic unit of spoken language and the interfaces between prosody, discourse and syntax audio Chapter 3. Prosody and the organization of information in Central Pomo, a California indigenous language audio Chapter 4. Syntactic and prosodic segmentation in spoken French audio Chapter : Introduction; 2.
Toward an interfield approach to the study of spontaneous speech; 3. A dualistic approach to grammar: Microgrammar and macrogrammar; 4. Linearization and macrogrammatical fields; 5.
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As a result of this research, he published a book Spontaneous Spoken Language together with Regina Weinert in His research interest included speaking, writing and language acquisition, as well as topics on spoken language, non-standard language, and typology.
He died on 8 February at the age of Review of Jim Miller & Regina Weinert, Spontaneous spoken language: syntax and discourse. Oxford: Clarendon, See "The Basic Unit of Spoken Language and the Interface Between Prosody, Discourse and Syntax: A View from Spontaneous Spoken Hebrew."" in the papers section.
Spontaneous Language and Communication Jacquelyn Baker, MS, CCC-SLP Hudson Valley RCASD May 1, Goals of this Talk •Define spontaneous communication •Identify empirical evidence for intervention •Discuss reasons for limited efficacy in intervention •Identify assessment tools for spontaneous communicationFile Size: KB.Books: Language and a Sense of Place: Montgomery, Moore (eds.) Rachel Tonkin Books: Spontaneous Spoken English: Haselow Rachel Tonkin Books: queerqueen: Maree Oxford University Press Calls: Applied Linguistics/South Korea Jong Un Park Calls: Syntax/South Korea Jong Un Park Calls: General Linguistics/USA.The instruction of spoken language is one of the most important for language classrooms since communication has been the main priority for language teachers.
The use of discourse analysis (DA) for language teaching (LT) has been indispensable; due to the immense number of elements that contribute significantly to this field.