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The rules that determine how sounds and words can be combined and used to communicate meaning within a language are collectively known as ________.
A) grammar      B) morphemic rules      C) phonemic rules      D) linguistic relativity
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Psychology, 2nd Edition (Minter, Elmhorst, Ciccarelli, White)
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Grammar

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Grammar refers to a set of rules which use the lexicon to convey meaning (Fernández & Cairns, 2011). For example, English grammar dictates that the majority of verbs end up receiving an "-ed" to indicate past tense. Words are formed by combining the language's different phonemes.
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