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How does Sound Affect the Way We Understand what is Said
|1.||What is sound?||4|
|How do we produce sounds?||4|
|How do we hear sounds?||4|
|2.||The role of the brain in conceiving and interpreting sounds||5|
|Meaning of what has been said||5|
|List of bibliography and sources||9|
When a person wants to convey a message to another he/she can use a variety of means. One may write it down, transmit it in sign language, or use some specific instruments like flags, smoke, or rocks. All these are visual means. A message may also be passed by audiable means, e.g. by drum, French horn or Morse code, or it may simply be spoken: transmitted by words comming out of our mouths. People learn to speak and process spoken languages more easily and much earlier than writing; that is why, sound is a deeply social sense which serves to unite living things – animals as well as humans. But only humans have the ability to talk, in any meaningful sense of the term.
What does sound do in a language? Language is an instrument of society, used for purposes of social cooperation and social intercourse. …
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