Class notes 7 - [LEXICAL MEANING and EQUIVALENCE AT WORD LEVEL LEXICAL MEANING vs GRAMMATICAL MEANING TYPES OF LEXICAL MEANINGS Propositional

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[LEXICAL MEANING and EQUIVALENCE AT WORD LEVEL] LEXICAL MEANING vs. GRAMMATICAL MEANING TYPES OF LEXICAL MEANINGS Propositional Expressive Presupposed Evoked [LEXICAL MEANING and EQUIVALENCE AT WORD LEVEL] PROBLEMS OF NON-EQUIVALENCE 1) Culture-specific concepts 2) The SL concept is not lexicalized in the TL 3) The SL word is semantically complex 4) The SL and TL make different distinctions in meaning 5) The TL lacks a superordinate (hyperonym) 6) The TL lacks a specific term (hyponym) 7) Differences in physical or interpersonal perspective 8) Differences in expressive meaning 9) Differences in form 10) Differences in frequency and purpose of using specific forms 11) The use of loan words in the ST 12) Words that are characteristic of a dialect (evoked meaning) 7) Differences in physical or interpersonal perspective Differences in perspective that have to do with the place WHERE things or people are in relation to one another or in relation to a place ? E.g. (ES/EN) VENIR ( COME) IR
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course SMLM 141 taught by Professor Olgacastro/xuzhuangli during the Fall '10 term at University of Exeter.

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Class notes 7 - [LEXICAL MEANING and EQUIVALENCE AT WORD LEVEL LEXICAL MEANING vs GRAMMATICAL MEANING TYPES OF LEXICAL MEANINGS Propositional

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