Ideal Speaker

Ideal Speaker
Ide|al Spea|ker 〈[aıdi:əl spi:kə(r)] m.; - -, - -; Sprachw.〉 (im Modell der generativen Transformationsgrammatik) Sprecher/Hörer mit als ideal angenommenen Sprechereigenschaften u. einer perfekten Sprachkompetenz [engl., „idealer Sprecher“]

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Ideal Spea|ker [aɪ'di:əl 'spi:kə], der; - - [engl. ideal speaker] (Sprachw.): (in der generativen Grammatik) idealer (2) Sprecher.

Universal-Lexikon. 2012.

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