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" He or she acquires competence as to when to speak, when not, and as to what to talk about with whom, when, where, in what manner. In short, a child becomes able to accomplish a repertoire of speech acts, to take part in speech events, and to evaluate... "
Handbook of Research on Computer-Enhanced Language Acquisition and Learning - Page 486
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Fundamental Concepts of Language Teaching: Historical and Interdisciplinary ...

Hans Heinrich Stern - Foreign Language Study - 1983 - 600 pages
...years been widely accepted in language pedagogy. In Hymes' much quoted formulation, it is a competence 'when to speak, when not, and as to what to talk about with whom, when, where, in what manner' (Hymes 1972:277). This concept constituted a definite challenge to Chomsky's 'linguistic competence'...
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Die Gütebestimmung kommunikativer Tests

Sibylle Bolton - Communicative competence - 1985 - 206 pages
...bestimmten Situationen in einem bestimmten soziokulturellen Kontext angemessen sind. "He or she acqulres competence as to when to speak, when not, and as to what to talk about with whom, wben, where, in what manner" (Hymes 1972:277). Auch Wunderlich hat sich in mehreren Arbeiten (Wunderlich...
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Social Theory Today

Anthony Giddens - Social Science - 1987 - 438 pages
...circumstances in which particular types of sentence are appropriate. In Hymes's words: 'he or she acquires competence as to when to speak, when not, and as to...talk about with whom, when, where, in what manner' (Hymes: 1972, p. 277). In other words, mastery of the language is inseparable from mastery of the variety...
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Social Theory and Modern Sociology

Anthony Giddens - Social Science - 1987 - 324 pages
...circumstances in which particular types of sentence are appropriate. In Hymes's words: 'he or she acquires competence as to when to speak, when not, and as to...what to talk about with whom, when, where, in what manner'.14 In other words, mastery of the language is inseparable from mastery of the variety of contexts...
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Language: The Socio-cultural Context

Frederick J. Newmeyer - Biolinguistics - 1988 - 308 pages
...acquires knowledge of sentences, not only as grammatical, but also as appropriate. He or she acquires competence as to when to speak, when not, and as to...talk about with whom, when, where, in what manner. In short, a child becomes able to accomplish a repertoire of speech acts, to take part in speech events,...
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Dass eine Nation die ander verstehen möge: Festschrift für Marian Szyrocki ...

Norbert Honsza, Hans-Gert Roloff - Art - 1988 - 940 pages
...der er diese Idee zusammenfaßte, lautet folgendermaßen (D. Hymes, 1972:277): "He or she acquires competence as to when to speak, when not, and as to...what to talk about with whom, when, where, in what a manner." Zwei Sätze weiter erklärte er dazu noch (ibidem, 277 f.): "This competence, moreover,...
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Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics (GURT) 1991 ...

James E. Alatis - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1992 - 630 pages
...acquires knowledge of sentences not only as grammatical, but also as appropriate. He or she acquires competence as to when to speak, when not, and as to...talk about with whom, when, where, in what manner. In short, a child becomes able to accomplish a repertoire of speech acts, to take part in speech events,...
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Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics (GURT) 1992 ...

James E. Alatis - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1993 - 532 pages
...use which can also be explained in terms of underlying knowledge or competence. A speaker 'acquires competence as to when to speak, when not, and as to...talk about with whom, when, where, in what manner' (Hymes 1972:277). Hymes' notion of communicative competence differed, however, from Chomsky's grammatical...
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Sociolinguistics

Richard A. Hudson - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1996 - 302 pages
...acquires knowledge of sentences, not only as grammatical, but also as appropriate. He or she acquires competence as to when to speak, when not, and as to...talk about with whom, when, where, in what manner. In short, a child becomes able to accomplish a repertoire of speech acts, to take part in speech events,...
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Solving Language Problems: From General to Applied Linguistics

R. R. K. Hartmann - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1996 - 308 pages
...years been widely accepted in language pedagogy. In Hymes' much quoted formulation, it is a competence 'when to speak, when not, and as to what to talk about with whom, when, where, in what manner' (Hymes 1972:277/Stern 1983:229). The basic principles of such a heteregeneous approach to competence...
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