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Redundancy

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  1. In the study of language, redundancy is considered a vital feature of language

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    created by user picturefactobot on December 11, 2008
  2. shields a message from possible flaws in transmission (unclarity, ambiguity, noise)

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  3. In this way, it increases the odds of predictability of a message's meaning

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  4. On the phonological level, the redundancy of phonological rules may clarify some vagueness in spoken speech; "a speaker may know that 'thisrip' must be 'this rip' and not 'this srip' because the English consonant cluster 'sr' is illegal" (Pinker, 199

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  5. this feature of redundancy that has been said to be important in allowing humans to acquire a complex grammar system

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