THE STUDY OF LANGUAGE AND ITS MEANINGS
Author(s):
C.Tamil Selvi , T.Thilagavathi
Keywords:
language, linguistics, Syntactic, Phonetic, Pragmatic, Semantic
Abstract
The French word ‘language’ is more general than the other member of the pair, not only in that it is used to refer to language in general, but also in that it is applied to systems of communication, whether they are natural or artificial, human or non-human, for which the English word ‘language’ is employed in what appears to be an extended sense. The statements all come from classic works by well-known linguists. Taken together, they will serve to give some preliminary indication of the properties that linguists at least tend to think of as being essential to language. There are other systems of communication, both human and non-human, which are quite definitely natural rather than artificial, but which do not seem to be languages in the strict sense of the term, even though the word ‘language’ is commonly used with reference to them.
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Unique Paper ID: 147359

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 5, Issue 7

Page(s): 226 - 228
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