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The resulting language production model differentiates three processing stages intervening between the conceptual message level and the level of articulation. First, semantic factors select lexical items and their grammatical relations (leading to the functional level of representation). Second, syntactic factors select positional sentence frames with their function words and grammatical morphemes (leading to the positional level of representation). Third, phonetic details of both lexical and grammatical items are specified prior to articulation (at the sound level).

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