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Działania edukacyjne Jana Śniadeckiego

  • Uniwersytet Rzeszowski
  • dr Elżbieta Dolata
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Referat przybliża życiorys Jana Śniadeckiego oraz jego działalność na polu edukacyjnym. (…) … miesiące i oddać się samej zabawie i rozrywce. Jan Śniadecki, przejęty zaleceniami lekarza, natychmiast zapakował wszystkie swoje książki i zakupione po-moce naukowe, wysłał je do Krakowa, a sam w listo...

Semantics and Semantic Change - basic concepts-opracowanie

  • Uniwersytet Rzeszowski
  • dr Robert Kiełtyka
  • Semantyka logiczna
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SEMANTICS AND SEMANTIC CHANGE Basic concepts -word - the smallest (unlike phrase) significant (unlike phoneme) unit of a given language that is internally stable (unlike sentence) and potentially mobile (unlike morpheme). -It is usually separated by spaces in writing and by pauses in speech (or a...

Semantics-main issues-opracowanie

  • Uniwersytet Rzeszowski
  • dr Robert Kiełtyka
  • Semantyka logiczna
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SEMANTICS -Semantics is generally defined as the science of meaning (from GK. Semantikos “significant”) -Semantics was primarily viewed as the science of word meaning and according to Breal semantics was not primarily concerned with the historical change of meaning. -Before the advent of linguist...

Sense and Reference-definitions-opracowanie

  • Uniwersytet Rzeszowski
  • dr Robert Kiełtyka
  • Semantyka logiczna
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SENSE AND REFERENCE Words other than proper names both have a meaning and can be used to refer to objects, and so can larger units such as phrases and sentences. The German philosopher Bottlob Frege proposed that the meaning of and expression be called sense (Sinn), and if the expression refers to...

Specialization and generalization - definitions

  • Uniwersytet Rzeszowski
  • dr Robert Kiełtyka
  • Semantyka logiczna
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Words can also undergo specialization, when there is a narrowing of meaning. In the 1611 Bible (Authorized version or King James Bible) we are told that God `formed every beast of the field, and every foule of the aire! (Genesis) There the word foule (modern spelling fowl) means `bird'. Today, we...

The process of affixation-opracowanie

  • Uniwersytet Rzeszowski
  • dr Robert Kiełtyka
  • Semantyka logiczna
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Affixation and derivatives - Another way of forming New words is by affixation, for example quantifiable is formed from quant(ity) + ify + able - these new words are known as derivatives - affix = a part of a word that is not a stem or root. Affixes constitute almost a closed class: new elements c...

The process of borrowing-opracowanie

  • Uniwersytet Rzeszowski
  • dr Robert Kiełtyka
  • Semantyka logiczna
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BORROWING Sometimes, the idea to be named already exists in other cultures by speakers of other language. The earliest way of appropriating the idea to that it can be discussed in English is to borrow the word, and the word is then a loan-word in English. (The term, if you think about it, is a li...

The process of compounding-opracowanie

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  • dr Robert Kiełtyka
  • Semantyka logiczna
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COMPOUNDING One of the easiest ways of forming new words in putting two (or more) old words together. A compound is a lexeme which is made up of two (or more) other lexemes. Compounds in English are not always written in a consistent fashion for example south-east can be written with a hyphen, or ...

Types of Semantic relations-opracowanie

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  • dr Robert Kiełtyka
  • Semantyka logiczna
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Semantic relations Polysemy - a case when a lexeme has more than one meaning We are likely to have several equivalents in one language for one polysemous lexeme in another language. e.g. Polish lexeme zamek in the sense of sth you use to close sth else is polysemous since it has two RELATED meani...

Types of word meaning-opracowanie

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  • dr Robert Kiełtyka
  • Semantyka logiczna
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Types of word meaning Lexical - is the meaning proper to the given linguistic unit in all its forms and distributions. L. meaning is the realization of concept or emotion by means of a definite language system. L. meaning is the same in different grammatical forms of the same word: