Final Paper English Words in cultural Context Formation and Influence of English Loanwords in Modern German School of Foreign Languages Contents 1. The history of the loanwords in German. 3 2. The formation of the English loanwords in German. 4 3. The application of the English loanwords in German.
COLOR MIXING THEORY ADDITIVE COLOR THEORY The three primary colors in lighting are red, green and blue. With these three colors you can mix to any other color you wish. When you mix all three of them you will get white. In the colorwheel you can see that our primary colors are the outer circles. As they move
Text analysis The text under analysis is entitled Presuppositions”­, it is a part of a textbook and it belongs to the scientific writing”. The main idea of the text is to provide the reader with the information about the role of presuppositions in creating a comic effect in humorous texts. The
Seminar 1. BASIC CONCEPTS
Grammar [ˈɡræm.ɚ]–the rules about how words change their form and combine with other words to make sentences.
Grammatical [ɡrəˈmæt.ɪ.kəl]–relating to grammar or obeying the rules of grammar: a grammatical (= grammatically correct) sentence.
Morphology [mɔːˈfɒl.ə.dʒi]–grammatical classes and groups of words, their grammatical categories and systems of forms (paradigms) in which these categories actually exist.
Morphological [ˌmɔː.fəˈlɒdʒ.ɪ.kəl]–relating to the study of the form of words and phrases.
Syntax [ˈsɪn.tæks]–the set of rules, principles, and processes that govern the structure of sentences in a given language, usually including word order.
Syntactic [sɪnˈtæk.tɪk]–relating to the grammatical arrangement of words in a sentence.
Semantics [sɪˈmæn.tɪks]–the study of meanings in a language: Syntax describes the rules by which words can be combined into sentences, while semantics describes what they mean.
Semantic [sɪˈmæn.tɪks]–connected with the meanings of words.
Grammatical category [grəˈmætɪkəl] [ˈkætɪgəri]–a unit of grammar based on a morphological opposition of grammatical meaning presented in grammatical forms.
Grammatical meaning [grəˈmætɪkəl] [ˈmiːnɪŋ]– the meaning conveyed in a sentence by word order and other grammatical signals.
Categorial meaning [ˌkætɪˈgɒrɪəl] [ˈmiːnɪŋ]– process presented as being developed in time and being embedded in the semantics of all verbs.
Form [fɔːm]–the sum total of all formal means constantly employed to render this or tha.....[read full text]