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Many professionals are required to have basic linguistic knowledge in their fields.  From teachers to speech therapists to marketing specialists, more and more people are finding themselves needing to learn the International Phonetic Alphabet, to understand the concepts of analyzing discourse, or learning how to design interface for computer-human interaction.  Universities are now filling up their classrooms with students curious about the basic elements of language.

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