verbal language

verbal language

[vur′bəl]
Etymology: L, verbum, a word, lingua, tongue
a culturally organized system of vocal sounds that communicates meaning between individuals.
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This is more of a diplomatic or verbal language for expressing the wish but the actual situation does not give much hope.
As a 2017 mentor myself--looking forward to getting into the nitty-gritty of how we evaluate visual art using verbal language, or how we might understand moving images as visual language I was disappointed that so much of Critics Campus' focus was on logistics.
Thus, it approaches theories in specific sections through written verbal language, and it seeks to lead to the formation of an opinion about the theme.
these services include the written translation of documents and information, telephone interpretation as well as verbal and non verbal language interpretation.
These elements, when contemplated in therapy, may differ in each phase, as to be more instigating of patient's performance and evolution, in a specific aspect of development that is the acquisition of verbal language, understood as synonymous with linguistic intelligence.
There is a small amount of spoken words in both English and Korean, which correlates with verbal language of two- to three-year-old children.
A review of existing literature revealed that topics have focused on the amount of verbal language used (Carpenter, 1988; Goolsby, 1996; Skadsem, 1997), the effects of verbal instruction on students' understanding, performance and attentiveness (Price, 1983; Skadsem, 1997; Yarbrough & Price, 1981), sequential patterns of verbal instruction (Goolsby, 1997; Price, 1992; Yarbrough & Price, 1989), and the topics discussed when using verbal language (Buell, 1990; Carpenter, 1988).
The attribute, happy, which is typically realised by an adjective in verbal language is now represented as a visual process.
amp;nbsp;"We're tapping into the hugely popular trend of GIFs, powered by GIPHY, and allowing users to interact with potential dates in a more nuanced and compelling way than with verbal language alone," said Tinder CEO Sean Rad in a statement.
Though verbal language is one of the major vehicles conveying meanings in subtitle translation, the function of non-verbal modes, such as visual images and audio tracks, should not be ignored.
I find intriguing, though ultimately not fully convincing, Kostkowska's argument that The Waves presents verbal language as inevitably separating human beings from the world around them, and "true interaction with the world cannot happen through language" (46); to me, the novel conveys a more nuanced and paradoxical view of language.
Basic forms of description, such as eye movements and gestures outlining a shape may provisionally take the place of verbal language.