Semantics in the English and Lithuanian languages

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Semantics is generally defined as a branch of linguistics, which is a science that studies the meaning of words. It also deals with varieties and changes in the meaning of words, sentences, phrases and text. Its aim is to identify and describe the meaning in natural languages. The language is known to be used to express meanings which can be understood by others. British linguist Geoffrey Leech states that meaning is related very closely to the human capacity to think logically and to understand. So when we try to analyze meaning, we are trying to analyze our own capacity to think and understand our own ability to create meaning.


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verteja
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Sau 12, 2017
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2015 m.
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