What are the five characteristics of language?


The five basic characteristics of language are pragmatics, semantics, syntax, phonology and morphology. Pragmatics deals with the context in which words are used. Semantics deals with the meaning of the words. Syntax deals with the constructions of words in a sentence. Phonology is also thought of as phonetics deals with the sounds that letter make alone and when joined with other letters. Morphology deals with the meaning of root words, parts of speech, affixes and intonations.
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