English Language frameworks and Linguistic Methods

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  • English Language frameworks and Linguistic Methods
    • Grammar
      • Verbs
        • Auxiliary Verb
          • Modal Auxiliary Verbs
          • Infinitve Verbs
          • Finite Verbs
          • Linking Verbs
        • Irregular
          • Verbs that do not fit the regular tense rules, to be, was, is etc...
      • Nouns
        • Pronouns
        • Proper Nouns
      • Adverbs
        • Manner Adverbs
      • Prepositions
      • Active And Passive Voice
      • Sentence Forms
        • Complex -Compound Sentences
          • Independent and dependent clauses together in the same sentence
        • Complex Sentences
          • Sentences that have a subordinate clause
        • Compound Sentences
          • Two independent clauses connected together by a co-ordinating conjunction
        • Simple sentence
          • One independent main clause
        • Clauses
          • Main clauses
            • Independent Clause
          • Relative clause
            • Contain a relative pronoun or adverb
          • Subordinate clause
            • Contains a subordinate conjunction
              • As, so, because, of
            • Dependent clause
          • Noun clauses
            • A clause that acts in place of a noun
          • Fragment
            • A clause that does not contain a verb
      • Sentence moods
        • Declarative
        • Exclamatory
        • Interrogative
    • Pragmatics
      • Unspoken Understanding
      • Familect, sociolect, Dialect
    • Graphology
      • How a text is put together visually to assist the linguistic features of the text.
      • Layout and presentation
      • Science of Presentation
    • Lexis and Semantics
      • Lexical Field
        • Groups of Words around a common theme
      • Semantic Field
        • Groups of Words with a common meaning
      • collocates and collocation
        • Words that typically appear together.
      • Synonyms
        • Have similar meanings depending on the context.
      • Antonyms
        • Words that are opposites
      • Euphemism
        • To soften language.
      • Dysphemisms
        • To make language harsher
      • Hyponyms
        • Words that fit together in a hierarchy
        • Hypernyms
          • Are within this group
            • Words that fit together in a hierarchy
      • Literary Devices
        • Simile
        • Metaphor
        • Extended metaphors
        • Juxtaposition
        • Hyperbole
        • Personification
        • Anthropomorphism
        • Alliterations
    • Phonology
      • How language sounds
      • Phonemes
        • Accent and dialect
      • alliteration
        • Plosives
          • Dental Plosives
          • Fricative Sounds
        • Alliterations
    • Discourse
      • The way that a text is structured
      • Discourse Communities John Swales
        • a discourse community is a group of people who share a set of basic rules, values and assumptions and ways of communicating

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