International Journal of Humanities and Educational Research

Year:2021 Volume: 3 Issue: 2 Area: Literature

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Azza Adnan Ahmed EZZAT & Gayda Adiel Abed ALKADIR
GRAMMATICAL STRUCTURE AND ITS EFFECT ON CHANGING THE LEXICAL SIGNIFICANCE
 
The renewal in the lexical study depends on looking at the expressions and connotations it contains that are influenced by the context of what they are mentioned in as much as it relates to linguistic matters, such as changing the morphological form, or the multiplicity of the form of the source of the verb, or the construction of active voice and passive voice, or the infringement and imperative as well as the type of preposition infringement To come up with multiple connotations that correspond to those changes that are directly related to the context and what we can call (the semantic attribution) that is different from the grammatical attribution. In it, the connotation changes by changing the type of the subject or the predicate from masculine to feminine, and from singular to dual or plural, and from rational to non-rational, and from material to semantic or abstract to concrete and the like. According to all the above, it is not correct to separate the linguistic levels in any integrated linguistic study.

Keywords: Semantics, Morphological Syntax, Lexicon Of Metrics, Semantic Change.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2757-5403.2-3.10
 
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