A theory of language in the mind – the goal of any linguistic theory – must begin with a study of language as encountered. The chapter emphasizes the dialectic relation between E-language (external language, or language as experienced) and I‐language (internal language, or language as represented in the mind), arguing that I‐language should be aligned as closely as possible with E‐language.
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