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Linguistics study notes and subject. Here will be updating this section with more information on Applied Linguistics, Second Language Acquisition, and Language Pedagogy, discourse analysis, phonetics and phonology in the future.

What is linguistic? We can use it as a term for nothing less than the study of language. So, how do we define human language? And how can we study it? That leads to a number of questions both ancient and modern, from the time of Panini’s Sanskrit grammar to modern computational linguistic.What if we ask instead how language is relevant to everyday life (applied linguistics)?

Language is learned and taught (language acquisition), processed by computers (computational linguistics), relies on human biology (evolutionary linguistics), is intertwined with the role of the brain and its functions (neurolinguistics & psycholinguistics) and has many other applications.

Interesting Facts About Types of Morphemes

Interesting Facts About Types of Morphemes

We will explain Types of Morphemes in detail. Morphology is the study of the formation of words and their variations Morphemes are linguistic units that are added to the root  to form a word. Free or independent morphemes There is another class of morphemes called independent or free morphemes that …

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Discuss Breifly Morphology Linguistics Concept

Discuss Breifly Morphology Linguistics Concept

  The concept of Morphology Linguistics was introduced in the nineteenth century. In linguistics, morphology comprises the part of grammar that explain the function and formation of the words. “IT is the branch of grammar that studies the internal structure of words to classify their units, and the kinds of words that …

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Five Facts Traditional Grammar and Modern linguistics

Five Facts Traditional grammar and Modern linguistics

The Traditional Grammar And Modern Linguistics have focused two different views of language. It is normally believed that the evolution of modern linguistics characterized in F, de Saussure’s book “Course in Linguistics General Linguistics. But we have to be aware of that language was being taught for centuries in Europe by …

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Shakespeare Hamlet Best Analysis of Ophelia

Shakespeare Hamlet Best Analysis of Ophelia

OPHELIA A Girl without a Will of Her Own In Shakespeare Hamlet Ophelia has hardly any will of her own. Hamlet dominates the play and overshadows nearly all the characters in it, especially the woman he professes to love. She has been brought up in com­plete obedience to her father, …

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Facts About Shakespeare Hamlet Analysis

Facts About Shakespeare Hamlet Analysis

HAMLET  Nature and Intellectual Depth Philosophical nature and intellectual depth are recognized as most power full quality in SHAKESPEARE Hamlet This quality is clearly seen in all his soliloquies. His soliloquies show him to be a man of deeply reflective and meditative nature. In his very first soliloquy, we find him …

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