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Learning lexicology together



The main terms of lexicology in a little presentation.

The main terms of lexicology in a little presentation.



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  • 1. Learning lexicology together.
  • 2. The first step: definition. At the beginning, we should realize what the lexicology is. According to Merriam-Webster Dictionary it is a branch of linguistics concerned with the signification and application of words. It has its own sphere of study and, of course, its own terms. Let’s learn some of them!
  • 3. The second step: terms. As it was said, lexicology is the branch of linguistics that for its turn means the study of the nature, structure, and variation of language, including phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, sociolinguistics, and pragmatics.
  • 4. Lexicology isn’t the only science that studies a word, that’s why links with such sciences as: Phonetics. The science concerned with the study of speech processes, including the production, perception, and analysis of speech sounds from both an acoustic and a physiological point of view …
  • 5. … and: Grammar. The branch of linguistics that deals with syntax and morphology, sometimes also phonology and semantics. Stylistics. The study of the style of different writers and types of literature and elements of language.
  • 6. In the network of lexicology word meaning is studied. The two main types of meaning are the grammatical and lexical meanings. The lexical meaning has several aspects Denotational Connotational Pragmatic
  • 7. The denotational aspect of lexical meaning establishes correlation between the name and the object it expresses. The connotational aspect of lexical meaning reflects the speaker’s attitude towards what he speaks about. The pragmatic aspect of lexical meaning conveys information on the situation of communication.
  • 8. The third step: learning. Well, my work is over. I’ve tried to explain you in a simple way the most important terms of lexicology. And now it’s your turn to work and to learn them. Good Luck!