linguistic unit


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The onomasiological base is a collection of concepts and their functions which designate (or refer) to a class of objects or phenomena of which a given object or phenomenon to be named is part of, while the onomasiological mark is this part of linguistic unit which explicitly points to the (part of) of the concept to be named.
He views syntactic parallelism as that which enables the addressee to place one linguistic unit in a semantic equivalence or opposition relationship with another unit within the discourse.
Both syntactic and semantic properties of fixed expressions are increasingly looked at in terms of the regularities they share with other, non-phraseological linguistic units, thus replacing the traditionalist dichotomy of free vs.
Nouns constitute one grammatical subtype of linguistic unit.
In contrast, because it is written in capital letters, the linguistic unit PATRIOT is judged to have a lower degree of institutionalization and thus is analyzable to some extent (in this case, the signans parameter (capital letters) is involved).
Interaction between constructions and other linguistic units in discourse involves what Talmy (2000b: 323) calls multiple specification which, more generally, "is applied to the situation where a sentence, or other portion of discourse, provides two or more specifications of the characteristics of the same referent" and is, not surprisingly, commonplace in discourse.
It is worth noting that the OI group reported an improvement in comprehending "vocabulary" for a linguistic unit.
Even if 'this' is taken not to refer to a linguistic unit, in particular a sentence, but to the content of a sentence (type or token), (18) is assessable under the aspect of its truth or lack of truth only if a particular content is specified.
On the other hand, an integrated approach concentrates on the natural context in which a particular linguistic unit occurs.
Kurd is a meaningful morpheme (a morpheme is the smallest linguistic unit that has semantic meaning); Stan, unlike the old days, is a suffix with no meaning nowadays.
According to structural linguistics, what gives a linguistic unit its value is its reciprocal sentagmatic/in presentia or paradigmatic/ in absentia relationship with other units, for as the first one implies conscious action of the individual, hence the latter entails a storage of language and syntactic laws which is grasped unconsciously) In the areas given above, this preference is determined by the laws of culinary customs, particular traditions of fashion, or syntactic laws of the individual s society which operate on human mind unconsciously, (in general) through the opposition and substitution relationships.
Whilst noting that none of the institutions have a system that allows them to measure the level of satisfaction of the recipients of translations, member states think that the institutions should regularly carry out random quality controls in each linguistic unit, undertake satisfaction surveys among users and check that deadlines are respected.
On the contrary, in real uses, context always comes first, that is, before the linguistic unit can be interpreted there is a big amount of information available to participants that will direct the process of meaning construction and determine which sense, from all the possible ones, must be selected.
16): "(a) different perspectives have their own validity; (b) there is a truth or reality behind the overwhelming diversity of words and discourse; (c) there is a permanent relation between linguistic unit and thing-meant.
He also divides both of the songs into segments, each of which represents a distinct melodic contour and also corresponds to a linguistic unit.