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. 5 4. The influence of English loanwords 7 5. The influence on German language. 7 6. The influence on German society 7 7. Summary 8 8. References: 8 Abstract: With the development of economy and the exchange of culture, German has borrowed a large amount of English words, which has great impacts on German language itself and its society. These English words were either borrowed completely or changed according to the lexical rules of German. This paper analyzes the lexical formation of English words in German and makes a conclusion on its impacts on various aspects. Key words: loanwords, formation and influence, morphology 1. The history of the loanwords in German German is the official languages of Germany and Austria. Also it’s one of the four official languages of Switzerland. It belongs to the West Germanic language under the Indo-European language family under Germanic. Since the location of Germany is very unique as a central country in Europe, its boundaries changed frequently due to several large tribal migrations. Also due to the long-term political disintegration of
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 on top of each other, the other colors arise (assuming a 100% intensity value of each primary color). Red and blue make magenta, green and blue make cyan and green and red make yellow. All three togethermake white. By varying the intensity of the three colors you can alter the combined color within the spectrum. The reason why there are gel colors despite the color mixing theory ist he fact that the color mixing theory is exactly that – theory. It’s true that lights react that way but when the lights are beside eachother, you will tend to see halos of color. You will also get some really interesting color shadows as the object moves through the light. Color mixing like that described above works best with inanimate objects such as walls, cycloramas and scenic elements. This theory works well for backlight and side light as well, when you want to createa dramatic effect of shad..
Qualitative [ˈkwɒlɪtətɪv] – describe the qualities of a person or thing – whether they are large or small, happy or sad, etc.
Relative [ˈrɛlətɪv]– a pronominal adjective that introduces a clause qualifying an antecedent (as which in “our next meeting will be on Monday, at which time a new chairman will be elected”) or a clause functioning as a substantive (as which in “I do not know which course I should follow”).
Evaluative function [ɪˈvæljʊətɪv] [ˈfʌnŋkʃən]– when an adjective acquires an evaluative force and, consequently, can presuppose a greater or lesser degree ("amount") of the denoted properly in the corresponding referent.
Specificative function – when an adjective becomes a specificative, not an evaluative unit in the grammatical sense.
Category of state [ˈkætɪgəri] [ɒv] [steɪt]– a class of words in English with the following morphological, semantic and syntactic characteristics.
Stative – a property that cannot be conceived as a developing process and the dynamic property of an entity is a property that is conceived as active, or as a developing process.
Degrees of comparison [dɪˈgriːz] [ɒv] [kəmˈpærɪsn]– adjective change in form when they show comparison.
Positive [ˈpɒzətɪv]– an adjective is said to be in the positive degree when there is no comparison.
Comparative [kəmˈpærətɪv]–an adjective is said to be in the comparitive degree when it is used to co.....[read full text]