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LETRS Unit 1, Session 2 Quiz 2023 b. It does not use paragraphs and tends to be disorganized. - Which is a characteristic of discourse in spoken language? a. It generally uses complete, well-formed ... sentences. b. It does not use paragraphs and tends to be disorganized. c. It may use unusual or topic-specific vocabulary. d. Its sounds are coarticulated in words. a. As children get older, verbal comprehension becomes more important than oral reading fluency. - Which statement best describes the relative importance of oral reading fluency and verbal comprehension as factors in reading comprehension? a. As children get older, verbal comprehension becomes more important than oral reading fluency. b. Oral reading fluency and verbal comprehension are equally important throughout childhood and adolescence. c. As children get older, verbal comprehension matters less, and oral reading fluency becomes more important. d. Although oral reading fluency and verbal comprehension are both important, a child with problems in one domain can usually use the other domain to compensate. b. Social context and nonverbal gestures help the listener understand spoken language, so there is less need for it to be highly structured. - How does the language system of <i>pragmatics</i> help us to understand why written language is more structured than spoken language? a. Written language is highly structured because we expect certain types of writing, such as stories, to follow established organizational conventions. b. Social context and nonverbal gestures help the listener understand spoken language, so there is less need for it to be highly structured. c. We must process written language in a highly structured way—reading letters that represent specific sounds and decoding them by reading from left to right. d. Spoken language is less structured because we tend to use sentences that are incomplete, run-ons, or otherwise ungrammatical. d. We know the words unique, uniform, united, and universe all contain the root uni, meaning "one." - Which of these is an example of morphology? [Show More]

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