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Stages of development of linguistics and linguistic schools

D Inomiddinova
2022 Zamonaviy lingvistik tadqiqotlar: xorijiy tajribalar, istiqbolli izlanishlar va tillarni o'qitishning innovatsion usullari  
This work will be interesting and useful for teachers of foreign languages ​​and other categories of specialists professionally involved in the research and application of new methods in teaching languages  ...  The project deals with the actual problem of teaching English as a foreign language to students of non-philological universities.  ...  In linguistics, language is an end in itself; in philology, language serves as a means. Linguist -naturalist. He is to languages what, for example, a botanist is to plants.  ... 
doi:10.47689/linguistic-research-vol-iss1-pp102-105 fatcat:4stxbc7aevfkxpc5u7rjzmjsre

The value and effectiveness of new technologies in foreign language teaching

I Zarlikov, A Boltaboyeva
2022 Ренессанс в парадигме новаций образования и технологий в XXI веке  
As a result, it should be noted that these methods can help students learn another language and speak it fluently.  ...  The article discusses the new types of pedagogical methods in English teaching, as well as the methods for implementing them in the classroom, as well as the practical importance of effective method use  ...  A representative from each group is called to the «board». They are given a list of various words. They explain to the rest of the group using words and motions without saying anything.  ... 
doi:10.47689/innovations-in-edu-vol-iss1-pp184-185 fatcat:lnluedx2r5cxfno52knzq4hjh4

How to teach vocabulary to adults

G Avezova
2022 Ренессанс в парадигме новаций образования и технологий в XXI веке  
There are several effective explicit (intentional, planned instruction) and implicit (spontaneous instruction as a child comes to new words in a text) strategies that adults can employ with readers of  ...  One of the most effective methods of helping children learn new vocabulary words is to teach unfamiliar words used in a text prior to the reading experience.  ...  It is important for the adult to not only tell the child what the word means, but also to discuss its meaning.  ... 
doi:10.47689/innovations-in-edu-vol-iss1-pp185-186 fatcat:q325nsr4pzbf3fbpspucnbroi4

Representation of texts in structured form

Mladen Stanojevic, Sanja Vranes
2012 Computer Science and Information Systems  
they are still unable to represent the information contained in text documents and web pages in structured form, suitable for productive text processing.  ...  In this paper, we define the crucial requirements for structured text representation and then, we give a brief introduction to a representation technique that fulfills all these requirements, including  ...  The hierarchical organization representing natural language texts serves as "a database for texts", because it enables a structured representation of texts with "indexes" for each word, phrase, sentence  ... 
doi:10.2298/csis100901038s fatcat:pbwngn76w5chveerctcd6ojhme

Translation Challenges and Universal Networking Language

Baljeet Kaur, Dharam Veer
2016 International Journal of Computer Applications  
User can then get translated text in any of the languages supported by UNL without even being oblivious to any other language. It is less expensive approach also.  ...  Universal Networking Language (UNL) based on Interlingua approach can be used especially for translation among multiple languages because it requires knowledge of UNL and of the language which user wants  ...  Let SL represents text in source language and TL represents text in target language. Given the text TL, text SL is found from which translator generated TL.  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijca2016908220 fatcat:76ntltn7znbxzbbskd7kd7nd5i

The Functions of Visual Representational Meaning in Supporting the Ideational Meaning in Cambridge Guess What Pupil's Book

Syarifatusnain Maulida Wahyu Rabbani, Mursid Saleh, Djoko Sutopo
2021 English Education Journal  
In a learning context, students are usually faced with images and texts, especially in textbooks they carry around with them. Nowadays, meaning-making rarely depends on language alone.  ...  and the text ideational meaning in the Cambridge Guess What Pupil's Book 6, and 3) the function of visual representational meaning and the purposes of the texts in Cambridge Guess What Pupil's Book 6.  ...  Practically, the findings could be used for anyone to provide figures with the proper participant-process agreement with the text.  ... 
doi:10.15294/eej.v11i1.45329 fatcat:kyavqmo675b6fgrizvbprauu4m

A proposed semantic machine translation system for translating Arabic text to Arabic sign language

Ameera M. Almasoud, Hend S. Al-Khalifa
2011 Proceedings of the Second Kuwait Conference on e-Services and e-Systems - KCESS '11  
In this paper we will present a proposed system for translating Arabic text to Arabic sign language in the jurisprudence of prayer domain.  ...  In recent years, interest in automatically translating text to sign language for different languages has increased. However, a small set of these works are specialized in ArSL.  ...  Figure 1 shows an example of Stokoe notation for the word "story": B means flat hand shape, a mean palm facing up, z means side to side "means both of right and left hands are side to side " and ~ means  ... 
doi:10.1145/2107556.2107579 fatcat:khmeyc72zfebzmlb344m2cs56a

An Efficient Feature Selection Model for IGBO Text

Ifeanyi-Reuben Nkechi J, Benson-Emenike Mercy E
2018 International Journal of Data Mining & Knowledge Management Process  
It adopted Mean TF-IDF measure to select most relevant features on Igbo text documents represented with two word-based n-gram text representation (unigram and bigram) models.  ...  The result shows that bigram represented text gives more relevant features based on the language semantics.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to appreciate the reviewers of this paper, for their useful comments and contributions which added more to the quality of the work.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijdkp.2018.8602 fatcat:ywxrzh3dp5arzlqyhcmyizok4a

Development of Intercultural Competence in the Teaching of Business Russian

Lilia Nazarenko
2014 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
Various didactic techniques are therein analysed, namely the linguo-conceptual approach in teaching of a foreign language, formation of discourse frames necessary for professional and everyday communication  ...  , exercises with texts containing culturological information.  ...  Each nomination of such concepts embraces broad associative connections, represents primary and secondary lexical meanings and is a source for metaphors, symbols and phraseology.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.05.157 fatcat:zezhirhntfhrldykqqqzh3khay

ANALYSIS OF TRANSLATION TECHNIQUES IN LORE'S I AM NUMBER FOUR

Dede Syaifuddin Nasution, Lidiman SM Sinaga, Masitowarni Siregar
2019 LINGUISTICA  
Second, for further researcher: A further research can give knowledge that can be beneficial for the readers and can be the next related research to be reviewed.  ...  understand the text.  ...  Bell (1991:13) states that if confined to a written language, translation is a cover term with three distinguishable meanings.  ... 
doi:10.24114/jalu.v8i3.14633 fatcat:2zhc4gp2ynbe7pk7odf3nxriue

The Role of Representational Meaning of Images in Supporting Ideational Meaning in English in Mind: Students' Book

Fransisca Putri Kartika Cahyani, Dwi Rukmini, Sri Wuli Fitriati
2021 English Education Journal  
In a textbook, a text is also accompanied by images which can be used to explain the content of the text, or the function of the image is to make the text understandable for the readers.  ...  Textbooks have an essential function to guide students' activities in learning English language and also to provide the materials for teachers in teaching English language.  ...  A textbook or course book could be a right helper for students in building their interest, motivation, exposure, and curiosity in learning a language (Pertama et al., 2018) .  ... 
doi:10.15294/eej.v11i1.43115 fatcat:tswtq7bfzfa53p3u3vuqr5rqni

PECULARITIES OF REALITIES CONCEPTS VERBALIZATION IN MODERN GERMANLITERARY DISCOURSE

Tayupova Olga, Minlibaeva Elina
2019 Zenodo  
The conceptual stratum is actualized by language means with zero stylistic coloring. In turn, the shaped stratum is represented by the stylistically colored means of modern German language.  ...  In this case, literary constants, which are units of mentality, play a specific role, which makes the need for further comprehension of the concept as a literary category.  ...  The aforementioned language means gives the text of the novel expressiveness and individuality [11] .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2613850 fatcat:mkw3vzrcdrd4dj64f6d535sszi

PECULARITIES OF REALITIES CONCEPTS VERBALIZATION IN MODERN GERMANLITERARY DISCOURSE

Tayupova Olga, Minlibaeva Elina
2020 International Journal of Engineering Technologies and Management Research  
The conceptual stratum is actualized by language means with zero stylistic coloring. In turn, the shaped stratum is represented by the stylistically colored means of modern German language.  ...  In this case, literary constants, which are units of mentality, play a specific role, which makes the need for further comprehension of the concept as a literary category.  ...  The aforementioned language means gives the text of the novel expressiveness and individuality [11] .  ... 
doi:10.29121/ijetmr.v6.i3.2019.359 fatcat:jzxxjm44ufdctdu7nvmzb3rqhu

Page 473 of PMLA. Publications of the Modern Language Association of America Vol. 75, Issue 4 [page]

1959 PMLA. Publications of the Modern Language Association of America  
When a text is conceived as a piece of language, a familiar and all too common anarchy follows.  ...  But to say that a text might represent several structures of meaning does not imply that it does in fact represent all the mean- ings which a particular word sequence can legally convey.  ... 

Practical world modeling for NLP applications

Lynn Carlson, Sergei Nirenburg
1992 Proceedings of the third conference on Applied natural language processing -  
Knowledge representation requirements of such a system include, in addition to ontology specification, a representation for a lexicon entry and a language for recording the meaning of input text.  ...  Constraints on world model elements serve as heuristics on the cooccurrence of lexical and other meanings in the text, facilitating both natural language understanding and generation.  ...  Conclusions We have addressed some of the issues that arise when world modeling is viewed as.a component of knowledge support for natural language processing.  ... 
doi:10.3115/974499.974544 dblp:conf/anlp/CarlsonN92 fatcat:kvxf3uairbcnfd7grclde63ytm
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