2 edition of glossary of American technical linguistic usage 1925-1950. found in the catalog.
glossary of American technical linguistic usage 1925-1950.
Eric P. Hamp
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Page 3 of 57 Aim noun What the teacher wants to achieve in the lesson or in the course. The main aim is the most important aim; e.g. the teacher [s main aim in a lesson could be to teach the present perfect simple or develop listening skills. A stage aim is the aim or purpose of a stage, step or short section of a lesson, e.g. to provide controlled practice of theFile Size: 1MB. Description. As English-linguist Larry Andrews describes it, descriptive grammar is the linguistic approach which studies what a language is like, as opposed to prescriptive, which declares what a language should be like. In other words, descriptive grammarians focus analysis on how all kinds of people in all sorts of environments, usually in more casual, everyday settings, communicate.
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Descriptivism - Observation of how language is used. This is generally the method used in linguistics. (Cf. prescriptivism). Morpheme - An individual unit of meaning in a word.
For example, the word uninterested may be analyzed as consisting of three morphemes: un- interest, and -ed. (Morphemes are sometimes also considered to contain units which have no basic phonological representation. Formal and informal language - English Grammar Today - a reference to written and spoken English grammar and usage - Cambridge Dictionary.
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