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    Question conjunctive and semantics

    What are the differences between conjunctive relations and semantics relations

    Thank you very much ..

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    Talking Re: conjunctive and semantics

    Quote Originally Posted by eagleye View Post
    What are the differences between conjunctive relations and semantics relations

    Thank you very much ..
    answer By MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

    The specific conjunctive relations are those of ‘and’, ‘yet’ ‘so’ and ‘then’; and each of these occur in either an external and internal context. The latter distinction which derived from functional basis of the semantic system, determines the locus of the conjunction; the conjunction may be located in the phenomena the constitute the content of what is being said (external) or interaction itself, the social process that constitutes the speech event (internal ).

    Semantic is Macro and conjunctive is Micro LOL I found the answer i am happy now

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    Re: conjunctive and semantics

    I found the answer. I am happy now.
    I'm pleased for you, eagleye.

    It's as clear as mud to me.

    Rover

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    Smile Beaugrand and and Style in fiction by Leech and Short. [/U][/I][/B]

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    I'm pleased for you, eagleye.

    It's as clear as mud to me.

    Rover
    So is it good answer? what do you think. I have another question, do you like to answer it my friend ?

    Below are two model talking about cohesion. The important thing is conjunction, do you think that they are differ from each other? check it and tell me Mr. Rover
    (introduction to Text linguistics) (1991) by Beaugrand and and Style in fiction by Leech and Short.

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    Re: Beaugrand and and Style in fiction by Leech and Short. [/U][/I][/B]

    I haven't a clue, eagleye.

    As clear as mud is an idiom meaning that I've no idea what it's all about. Mud is not clear - it's impenetrable.

    Judging by the lack of response from others, I'm not the only one, though I hope to be proved wrong.

    Rover

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    Re: Beaugrand and and Style in fiction by Leech and Short. [/U][/I][/B]

    BTW Beaugrande is a colourful and idiosyncratic academic.
    Last edited by Tdol; 18-Jul-2011 at 09:44. Reason: Corrected spelling of name

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    Re: conjunctive and semantics

    Conjunctive relations sounds like more fun than semantic relations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    I haven't a clue, eagleye.

    As clear as mud is an idiom meaning that I've no idea what it's all about. Mud is not clear - it's impenetrable.

    Judging by the lack of response from others, I'm not the only one, though I hope to be proved wrong.

    Rover
    okay very good. and thank you for your asking... you can check the answer clearly without any MUD in Book cohesion in English by Halliday and Hasan (1976: 321 )

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    Re: conjunctive and semantics

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    I'm pleased for you, eagleye.

    It's as clear as mud to me.

    Rover
    So what do thing the right answer?

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    Re: conjunctive and semantics

    Quote Originally Posted by eagleye View Post
    So what do thingk is the right answer?
    I have no idea, and no interst in such abstact concepts. If you are interested, read the book.

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