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STUDENT´S NAME KARLA XOCHILT CRUZ VASQUEZ

TEACHER´S NAME JULIO ANIBAL BLANCO

LINGUISTICS SUBJECT

ANIMALS AND HUMAN LANGUAGE Chapter N°2

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ANIMALS AND HUMAN LANGAUGES

COMMUNICATIONS SIGNALS

Communicative

Informative

PROPERTIES OF HUMANS LANGUAGE ï‚· Arbitrariness There is no natural connection between a linguistic form and its meaning.

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The onomatopoeia words are relatively rare in human language, for any animal the set of signal used in communication is finite.

 Displacement Normally all humans have the capacity to establish a conversation, humans are capable of producing messages and transmit them, because the humans has the ability as well to talk about the present , the past and the future among others.

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 Arbitrariness In human language there is no a natural connection or basically there is no relationship between a linguistic form and its meaning, also between signs and objects in the world, for example if we have the same word, let´s say the word “table” in two different languages, there is no way to get the meaning immediately, because there are two different languages.

On the other hand we can say that for any animal there is a set of signals used in communication is finite.

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ï‚· Productivity When we talk about productivity we can refer to talk about making new expressions and being creative or with an open-endedness.

Set of signals for communicating.

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ï‚· Cultural Transmission Basecally the cultural transmission comes from language with others speakers, not from genes.

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ï‚· Duality The duality is organized by two levels simultaneously called double articulation, Distinct sounds and distinct meanings.

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TALKING ABOUT ANIMALS All of the animals have a specific communication system, and some of them responsto spoken commands.

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animals produce a particular behavior in response a particular sound-stimulus or noise.

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CHAMPANZEES ANS LANGUAGES

In 1930 two scientifics Luella and Witrhoug Kellogg reported their experience raising an infant chimpanzee together with their baby son.

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