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Register (linguistics)
Register (linguistics) In linguistics, a register is a subset of a language used ... Halliday (1964) identifies three variables that determine register: field (the subject matter of the ...
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Register (linguistics)   (translated from German)
Register (linguistics) With the term Register designates one in the linguistics a way of writing and talking characteristic ... of a certain data communication area. In Register social hierarchies are linguistically illustrated. Thus ...
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Talk:Register (linguistics)
Talk:Register (linguistics) Isn't there another meaning of "register" in linguistics, having to do with tone languages? --Angr ... right. Tone languages are sometimes divided into "register" tone languages, (the pitch is steady) ...
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Register Register or registration may mean: Registration (or licensing ... countries. Image registration, part of computer vision Register (linguistics), a form of a language used for ... purpose or in a particular social setting Register tone (linguistics), tones that are distinguished ...
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Register   (translated from German)
Register The designation Register (of Latin: regesta; out regerere register) designation: an alphabetical list of terms or ... designations, for example in an index, see Register (reference book) a systematic collection of information ... of objects, as for instance that Trade register or also Cancer register, frequently, but ...
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Tone (linguistics)
Tone (linguistics) It has been suggested that Tonal language ... the Chadic, Cushitic, and Omotic families have register-tone systems, such as Chadic Hausa. Many ... Yoruba, Lingala, and the Nguni languages, have register-tone systems. The Bantu languages fall into ... Wolof. Possibly all Nilo-Saharan languages have register-tone systems. All Khoisan languages in southern ... Athabaskan languages, such as Navajo, have simple register-tone systems (languages in California, Oregon, ...
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Feministi linguistics   (translated from German)
Feministi linguistics Feministi linguistics a development is that Linguistik , those on ... two points the toolistic differs from conventional linguistics: On the one hand it calls itself ... movement ; on the other hand describes toolistic linguistics the language not only, but it criticized ... judges thus by a normative yardstick. Toolistic linguistics developed, like the woman research, into ...
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Register (phonology)
Register (phonology) In linguistics, a register language is a language which combines tone ... four vowel registers in Burmese. They are: Register Phonation Length Pitch Low Modal voice medium ... a final consonant rather than a vowel register, the other three are distinguished by ...
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Tenor (linguistics)
Tenor (linguistics) This article is about tenor in linguistics. For other meanings see tenor (disambiguation). In systemic functional linguistics, the term tenor refers to the participants ... context-specific variety of language as a register. The three aspects of the context are ...
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Liaison (linguistics)
Liaison (linguistics) Note: This page containsIPA phonetic symbolsin Unicode ... pronounced before an initial vowel. (See Historical linguistics.) Realization of liaison The (usually) silent final ... as an error in pronunciation, regardless of register. Liaison is obligatory: between a determiner or ... of phonetic modifications Sandhi Ephelcystic phonemes Enchainment (linguistics) Metaplasm, Paragoge Linking R
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