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VOCABULARY PRACTICE SECTION 2. 1. Decide if the following words collocate with code or language




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1. Decide if the following words collocate with code or language. Choose the correct answer.

 

1. low-level code / language 5. programming code / language

2. machine code / language 6. markup code / language

3. object code / language 7. source code / language

4. high-level code / language 8. assembly code / language

2. Match the terms with their definitions.

1. programming a. basic language which consists of binary codes
2. machine code b. programming language such as C, Java or Visual BASIC
3. assembly language c. writing computer programs
4. high-level language d. low-level language translated into machine code by an assembler
5. markup language e. software which converts a source program into machine code
6. compiler f. language used to create and format documents for the Web

 

3. Complete the definitions from an online dictionary using terms from Exercise 1.

1: general term for a formal language using instructions that can be translated into machine language and then executed by a computer.

2: a set of instructions that a computer can understand directly; it is expressed in binary code and is very difficult to write. 3: a type of low-level language that uses abbreviations such as ADD, SUB and MPY to represent instructions; then translated into machine code using an assembler.

4: a language such as an assembly language, which does not need a compiler or interpreter.

5: developed to make programs easier to write; for example, FORTRAN, BASIC, C and Java.

6: the original work of a programmer, which must be translated by a compiler.

7: instructions that a compiler generates from source code written in a higher-level language, for example C++.

8: a language for creating web documents.

4. Match each word on the left with its partner to make a common technical term.

 

1. programming a. browser
2. web b. language
3. compression c. code
4. multimedia d. protection
5. source e. logic
6. assembly f. error
7. looping g. format
8. virus h. effects

5. Which verbs on the left are frequently found with nouns on the right?



 

1. to download a. the Web
2. to play b. a source program
3. to run c. files
4. to browse d. an application
5. to compile e. data
6. to process f. music

6. Complete this article about the VoiceXML application language with the words from the list.

 

HTML dial VoiceXML commands speech recognition


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