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The Handbook of Linguistics 2nd Ed. [Mark Aronoff, Janie Rees-Miller].pdf

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Language Change in Linguistics

Why do languages change? Is it necessary for the language to change? Language change is not only essential because it is required for a language to be changed as the other changes happen in the society but also it is natural for languages. Humans live in the form of societies and these societies keep on changing as the time passes. To meet the changing needs of a society, language also changes. Fo...[Read More]

Conceptual Metaphor Theory and Emotion Stylistics: An Analysis of Urdu Poems [Zubair A. Bajwa]

Conceptual Metaphor Theory and Emotion Stylistics: An Analysis of Urdu Poems [Zubair A. Bajwa]   Abstract   This study has undertaken metaphorical analysis of poetry with the help of Conceptual Metaphor Theory of cognitive stylistics by blending it with the newly emerged approach Emotional Stylistics (Nørgaard, Montoro, & Busse, 2010). The objective is to find out how metaphors are u...[Read More]

History of Corpus Linguistics

History of Corpus Linguistics It was in the 1960s when the idea of corpus was conceived. Brown Corpus was the first electronically stored written corpus that was developed by Nelson Francis and Henry Kucera at Brown University.

Lexis, lexeme and lemma

Lexis, lexeme and lemma Lexis, lexeme and lemma are the technical terms used in the syntax which is the core branch of linguistics. Lexis Lexis is another term that is used to refer to the vocabulary. In syntax, this technical term means all the list of words or vocabulary in a language. So, basically, lexis can be a synonym of vocabulary. The term “lexis” is a technical one whereas &#...[Read More]

Introduction to Anthropological Linguistics

Introduction to Anthropological Linguistics Anthropological linguistics is a sub-branch, but not core field, of linguistics. It is concerned with studying the relationship between human language and their cultures. It emerged as an interdisciplinary field out of the relation between linguistics and anthropology. Anthropological linguistics is contrasted with linguistic anthropology which is a bran...[Read More]

Love Metal: A Formalist Study of Gone with the Sin by His Infernal Majesty (HIM)

ABSTRACT This paper aims to do the formalist analysis of the lyrics of song Gone with the sin by HIM (His Infernal Majesty) band. The paper will look at how literary devices can be creatively used in poetic/figurative language and it will also point out the element of defamiliarization in the lyrics of song. It will involve conception of poetic deviation from the normal use of language. It will di...[Read More]

How to cite automatically with MS word/How to make references or write bibliography automatically with MS Word

How to cite automatically with MS Word? How to make references or write bibliography automatically with MS Word? by Zubair A. Bajwa In this article, I will guide you about making automatic citations and bibliography with the help of MS Word. Doing manual insertion of bibliography or in-text citations is, in no way, an easy task. Most of the researchers’ precious time is wasted in managing bi...[Read More]

Types of Processes in Systemic Functional Linguistics/Grammar

Types of Processes in Systemic Functional Linguistics/Grammar There are six types of processes in Halliday’s Functional Grammar. These processes are the verbal groups in a sentence. These are; Material Verbal Mental Relational Behavioural Existential

Words – 2nd chapter- Minimalist Syntax.ppt

Words – 2nd chapter- Minimalist Syntax (presentation) [embeddoc url=”https://www.linguistics.pk/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Words-2nd-chapter-Minimalist-Syntax.pdf” viewer=”google”]

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