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Sentence count:217+6 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-26Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: philologySimilar words: linguisticlinguistdistinguishdistinguishedextinguishlanguishingstatisticsaltruisticMeaning: [lɪŋ'gwɪstɪks]  n. 1. the scientific study of language 2. the humanistic study of language and literature. 
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(1) These ideas rapidly became the new orthodoxy in linguistics.
(2) My brother has an MA in linguistics.
(3) Bloomfield's approach to linguistics was based on observation of the language.
(4) She's professor of linguistics at the University of Wales.
(5) Linguistics is the study of language.
(6) He has an MA in linguistics.
(7) Tim did a three-year course in linguistics at Newcastle.
(8) She became Emeritus Professor of Linguistics when she retired.
(9) She plans to take a course in applied linguistics.
(10) The secretary had diplomas in both education and linguistics.
(11) Linguistics embraces a diverse range of subjects such as phonetics and stylistics.
(12) Linguistics is a scientific study of the property of language.
(13) Courses should not be watered-down linguistics.
(14) Language and linguistics; Social behaviour.
(15) Language and linguistics; Social integration.
(16) In borrowing from structural linguistics the early structuralists took on the task of analysing signs and systems of signification.
(17) But that definition is based less on linguistics than on politics: the countries are divided by national borders.
(18) Applied Linguistics also includes a reviews section containing authoritative contributions on recent publications.
(19) Case 1: Linguistics A linguist devises a model of grammar in the process of developing a theory of human cognition.
(20) This is written for students of linguistics but also offers a good introduction for the general reader.
(21) Applied linguistics in this sense must be practised by teachers too if it is to have any effective operational relevance at all.
(22) Literary studies have been cross - fertilized by new ideas in linguistics.
(23) In this book, the author surveys recent developments in linguistics.
(24) The research should prove invaluable in the study of linguistics.
(25) The school offers two modules in Teaching English as a Foreign Language, viz. Principles and Methods of Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics.
(26) Such a description must certainly play a role in any general theory of linguistics.
(27) This is premised on modern of visual communication which draw upon linguistics and, in particular, psychoanalysis.
(28) For example, account is taken of the growing importance of theoretical linguistics, for which Edinburgh University is particularly well-known.
(29) We have even found ourselves teaching a little bit of linguistics, since some of the comrades seemed interested.
(30) The use of statistical techniques is not new to computational linguistics.
More similar words: linguisticlinguistdistinguishdistinguishedextinguishlanguishingstatisticsaltruisticanguishlanguishacousticsgymnasticsbeguilingquislingdomestic systemlingua francamultilingualeristicballisticsadisticartisticstatisticrealisticarmisticeegotisticalcabalisticmonotheisticoptimisticstiflingpessimistic
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