What is linguistic communication?

  • (noun): A systematic means of communicating by the use of sounds or conventional symbols.
    Synonyms: language

Some articles on linguistic, linguistics:

Jean Berko Gleason - Selected Bibliography
... Some linguistic structures in the speech of a Broca's aphasic ... Converging evidence for linguistic theory from the study of aphasia and child language ... Menn (Eds.), Exceptional Language and Linguistics ...

Famous quotes containing the word linguistic:

    The most striking aspect of linguistic competence is what we may call the ‘creativity of language,’ that is, the speaker’s ability to produce new sentences, sentences that are immediately understood by other speakers although they bear no physical resemblance to sentences which are ‘familiar.’
    Noam Chomsky (b. 1928)