• Applied Linguistics - 1
    inhabitants and the events that take place there. This dependence upon precise wording is why a literary text loses so much in paraphrase or translation. However, despite this importance of precise wording, the meanings of literary works are often disturbingly imprecise. Apparently, the linguistics...
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  • HOMEWORK SLA
    importance of word order in English. Answer: It belongs to theorethical Linguistics because Morphology studies the Word structure.,and the syntax will be taken into account for language structure. 5. Disorders in the production of lexical units. . Answer: Applied Linguistics because it has...
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  • Report V. D. Quang - Critical Applied Linguistics
    theory and practice,” “different ways of understanding the notion ‘critical’,” “the importance of relating micro-relations of applied linguistics to macro-relations of society,” “the role of critical theory,” “critical applied linguistics as a constant questioning of assumptions,” the importance of...
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  • Mr Hassan
    . This theory has a great fame since it content a great amount of convincing ideas; also, it is one of the important modern theories, which talk about meaning importance and, its problems. This theory is built on two things: A - Analysis the text according to its linguistic levels to take...
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  • Ferdinand D Saucer
    Ferdinand de Saussure: Was a Swiss linguist whose ideas laid a foundation for many significant developments in linguistics in the 20th century. He is widely considered one of the fathers of 20th-century linguistics.[1][2] However, many modern linguists and philosophers of language consider...
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  • Julien Lewis
    University of Trinidad and Tobago School for Studies in Learning Cognitive and Education Individual Paper and Journal Entries Julien Lewis 110005401 Ms. Constance Linguistics for Language Teaching EDLL301 8 November 2010 Individual Paper Introduction: Thesis: This paper will discuss...
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  • applied linguistc
    Importance of applied linguistic for educational field Applied linguistic is a field of study that identifies, investigates, and offers solutions to language related problems and help with acquisition the mother, foreign and second language. Therefore, applied linguistic can be used in all...
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  • Hypothesis Identification: Communication and Technology
    that there are several other forms of research must be included to prove this hypothesis (Pho, 2008). There are three other moves that must be explored in linguistics and technology concerning the importance of an abstract: research presentation, methodology description, and a summary of the results...
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  • Linguistics and their realationship to Teaching
    1960s it was decided that there needed to be a reassessment. The conclusion that was formed went in two two main directions of thought with differing points of view. One viewpoint was that linguistics is not as relevant as it was first thought to be, and its importance was overrated. Such linguists...
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  • to do or not to do
    the importance of providing FLS Importance of cultural and linguistic competency/diversity? 4. Do you have a structure or staff member within your organization accountable for the offer of French services? 5. Do you have a plan to increase your actual organization’s capacity to offer French...
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  • Linguistics
    1. Introduction Linguistics literally means "the study of language". Each language in the world has its own linguistic rules and components and they are very different from each other. For example, the linguistic components of English are very different from the linguistic components of Malay...
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  • Prague School
    the novelty which the most important members of the Prague Linguistic Circle brought to linguistics and it points out the importance of the Prague School moment in the history of linguistics. The Prague Linguistic Circle came into being and properly started its activity in 1926, the official year of...
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  • The Object of Lexicology
    analysis of the social stratification of languages takes into account the stratification of society as a whole. Although the important distinction between a diachronic and a synchronic, a linguistic and an extralinguistic approach must always be borne in mind, yet it is of paramount importance for the...
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  • The importance of phonology and phonetic transcription in pronunciation
    second, because phonetic transcription is the extraction of the precise pronunciation of the respective sounds, and so, it becomes clear that they have an extreme importance in communication. According to what I studied in linguistic, the way we articulate and pronounce words is one of the main...
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  • Pragmatic Reference
    differential function of linguistic elements, both Jakobson and Trubetzkoy attached great importance to the oppositions among phonemes rather than to the phonemes themselves. Thus to say that English has phonemes /s/ and /z/ is a statement about a distinction which English speakers make and recognize...
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  • Language
    General Linguistic and cultural diversity represent universal values that strengthen the unity and cohesion of societies. That is why UNESCO’s Director-General, in launching IMLD 2013, will reinforce the importance of this core message and specifically highlight this year’s theme of access to...
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  • The Question of Linguistic Minorities: How Can the Relationships Between Languages in a Multilingual Situation Be Said to Express Power Relationships?
    little concept of linguistic minorities, as there was no dominant majority and rulers were not very interested in the languages of their subjects. In the 16th and 17th centuries in Western Europe the feudal system began to fragment, leading to the increasing importance of fixed borders of territory...
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  • importance and uses of contrastive linguistics
    progress has been made in classifying the languages of the earth into genetic families, each having descent from a single precursor, and in tracing such developments through time. The result is called "comparative linguistics." Of even greater importance for the future technology of thought is what...
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  • Journal
    importance of the Humanities as an academic discipline in a well balanced programme of nation building. This significance lies in the Humanities’ focus on the person as a human being, and arising from that the human civilisation. In order to change the world-view of the authorities the disciplines in the...
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  • Subtitles
    subtitle line. Subtitles could be positioned towards the upper part of the screen only in extreme cases where visual material (linguistic or other) of vital importance to the appreciation and the comprehension of the target film is exposed at the pre-determined part of the screen where subtitles would...
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