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Linguistic learning Have you ever wondered why the student sitting next to you can get all the word problems in math correct, or why some students are better at writing than others? Well, the most probable answer is that they are Linguistic learners. Linguists is the study of human language. Linguistic learning is a style of learning that refers to a person's ability to reason, solve problems, and learn using language. Linguistics has several fields or categories that fall under its heading. The categories include phonetics, the study of the physical properties of speech; phonology, the study of sounds; morphology, the study of words and how they are modified; syntax, the study of how words are used in grammatical structures; semantics, the study of the meaning of words; and pragmatics, the study of how words are perceived and communicated. Speech and Language Pathologist (SLP) work within these areas of linguistics. They help to remediate the articulation of spoken sounds and words and the use of language, i.e. grammar, sentence structure, pronoun use, etc… Most SLPs work in a school setting and work with children from birth to 21. Some traits of a linguistic