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Copy of Word

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Fahad Alsahli

on 7 April 2016

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Transcript of Copy of Word

Equivalence at word level

Morphemes
Lexical Meaning
Presupposed Meaning
Evoked Meaning
Propositional Meaning
Expressive Meaning

interfaz de word
What Is A Word?
Smallest Unit Of Language
No Relationship Between Words & Elements of Meaning. Ex: Rebuild - Tenisci
Minimal formal element of meaning. Ex: inconceivable: in-conceiv-able
Propositional.
Expressive.
Presupposed.
Evoked.
The relationship between the word and what it describes in real or imaginary world as conceived by speakers of that language.
Relates to speaker's feelings or attitudes.
Can't be judged as true or false.
Ex: Complain vs Whinge.
Attitude could be : present or absent. Also varying degrees.
Co-occurrence restrictions.
Selectional restrictions.
Collocational restrictions.
Dialect:
Geographical.
Temporal.
Socail.
Register: usage in specific situsations:
Field.
Tenor.
Mode.
Non-Equivalence Problem
Semantic Fields & Lexical Sets.
Appreciating the value of a word.
Strategies to deal with non-equivalence.
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