Linguistic Terms

  • Chronograph with its characteristics and examples

    Chronograph Chronograph is a very interesting  phenomenon . This article will provide you detailed  information about Chronography with its characteristics…

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  • Cryptography and its functions

    Cryptography and its functions Cryptography is the modern subject. It is very interesting to understand the Cryptography and its functions…

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  • Features of Linguistic creativity

    Features of Linguistic creativity It is very important to understand the real concept of language and the Features of Linguistic…

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  • Concept of copulative verbs

    Concept of copulative verbs The Concept of copulative verbs has an importance place in grammar. The copulative word derives from…

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  • Argumentation

    Argumentation? Argument is a rational discourse practice in which an announcer defends a point of view by confronting it with…

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  • The Anthroponyms

    The Anthroponyms? Anthroponymy or anthropological onomastics is the branch of the onomastics that studies the origin and meaning of the…

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  • Analogy Types and Characteristics with Examples

    Analogy The analogy is the correlation that is established between two or more events, subjects, concepts or things through reason. This…

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  • Allusion

    Allusion? The  allusion refers to a type of linguistic resource ( rhetorical figure ) in which we try to mention (but without saying so)…

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  • Apheresis

    Apheresis? Apheresis is a resource with which a sound that appears in the initial part of a word is eliminated . This type…

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  • Ablative

    Ablative? Before entering fully into the definition of the term ablative, it is essential that we proceed to determine the…

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