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'''Inflection''' (also spelt '''inflexion''' in British English) has two meanings in [[language]] teaching:
 
'''Inflection''' (also spelt '''inflexion''' in British English) has two meanings in [[language]] teaching:
  
* a change in the [[form]] of a [[word]] (typically the ending) to express a grammatical function or attribute such as [[tense]], mood, person, number, case, and [[gender]].<ref>[http://www.askoxford.com/results/?view=dev_dict&field-12668446=inflection&branch=13842570&textsearchtype=exact&sortorder=score%2Cname Compact Oxford English Dictionary]</ref>
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* [[inflection (morphology)]] - a change in the [[form]] of a [[word]] (typically the ending) to express a grammatical function or attribute such as [[tense]], mood, person, number, case, and [[gender]].<ref>[http://www.askoxford.com/results/?view=dev_dict&field-12668446=inflection&branch=13842570&textsearchtype=exact&sortorder=score%2Cname Compact Oxford English Dictionary]</ref>
   
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* [[inflection (pronunciation)]] - a variation in [[intonation]] or pitch of the voice.
*a variation in [[intonation]] or pitch of the voice.
 
 
 
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Inflection (also spelt inflexion in British English) has two meanings in language teaching:

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