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Ten Processes of Word Formation (Processes 10) | Morphology

 Ten Processes of Word Formation Table of contents 1. Word Formation 2. What is word formation 3. Processes of word formation Coinage Borrowing Compounding Blending Clipping Back formation Conversion Derivation Acronyms Abbreviations Word Formation : Word formation is a branch of linguistics which examines derived words in terms of their origin and functioning, their productivity and use in different styles of speech.  Word formation is an important means of supplementing or enhancing vocabulary. It helps in forming specialized terms. There are about ten processes of word formation, which we are going to discuss in this article. Word formation has traditionally been considered a branch of lexicology. Lexicology refers to the study of the form, meaning and behaviour of words.  Word formation is also considered a branch of morphology as morphemes help in forming new words. In this way, word formation is also known as derivational morphology. What is word formation? Before j

Privious year question paper of MA English Literature (Critical Theory) Paper - 1 (3rd semester)

Privious Year Question paper of Critical Theory (MA English Literature) MA SEM III EXAM 2021 DEGREE COLLEGE SATNA SECTION - A Objective Type Questions Q1. Choose the correct option :- 1) Who said, "Plot is the soul of tragedy"? a) Homer                     b) Aristotle c) Longinus                 d) Dryden 2) Sources of sublimity are :- a) Two                          b) Three  c) Four                         d) Five 3) Who said, " poetry is a spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings" ? a) Longinus                 b) Arnold c) Wordsworth           d) Coleridge 4) The concept of fancy and imagination was propounded by :- a) Coleridge                 b) Wordsworth  c) Sydney                     d) Dr. Johnson 5) Touchstone method is associated with :- a) Eliot                          b) Mathew Arnold  c) Coleridge                 d) Dr. Johnson Read More in Literary Criticism and Theories (Click Below 👇) 1 All Important Links

Sources of Sublime by Longinus| Five sources of Sublimity by Cassius Longinus| Critical Theory

FIVE SOURCES Of SUBLIMITY By LONGINUS 📄Contents :- 1.  What is Sublime? 2.  Five Sources of Sublimity / Sublime : Grandeur of Thought,   Powerful emotions,   Appropriate use of figures of speech,   Nobility of Diction,   Dignified Composition. 3.  More in Critical Theory. 4.  Frequently Asked Questions. 💡What is Sublime? On the Sublime , a work arguably by Cassius Longinus, is a great work in the field of literary criticism and comes second only to Aristotle's famous work poetics . This work is most famous for it's detailed description on the five principle sources of Sublimity. Longinus  was a Graeco-Roman thinker and philosopher. He was greatly influenced by Plato. Scott-James has called him the first romantic critic as he laid emphasis on the creative faculty of man. In his work On the Sublime   Longinus talks about the concept of sublimity, its nature, sources and how one could achieve sublimity in a work. According to Longinus Sublime /  Sub

सेल्फ रिलायंस का हिंदी सारांश | Summary of Emerson's Self Reliance in Hindi

 Emerson's Self Reliance Summary in Hindi (सेल्फ रिलायंस का हिंदी सारांश) Introduction : Emerson :- राल्फ वाल्डो इमर्सन, जिन्हें 'द सेज ऑफ कॉनकॉर्ड' के नाम से भी जाना जाता है, एक प्रसिद्ध अमेरिकी निबंधकार, कवि और एक महान साहित्यकार थे।  वे एक दार्शनिक भी थे, जिनकी रचनाओं में पारलौकवाद (transcendentalism) का स्पर्श है।  उन्होंने अपने कार्यों के माध्यम से गुलामी(slavery) के मुद्दे को उजागर करने के साथ-साथ इसके उन्मूलन में भी महत्वपूर्ण भूमिका निभाई।  उनका निबंध Self Reliance एक महत्वपूर्ण रचना है जो विचार की स्वतंत्रता(independence of thoughts) और व्यक्ति के स्वयं के विवेक में विश्वास रखने के मूल्य पर बल देता है। Source: google To Read This Article in English Click Here:- Summary of Self Reliance an essay by Emerson in English. 📃 Summary of Self Reliance in Hindi (सेल्फ रिलायंस का सारांश) :- एक पारलौकिकवादी(Transcendentalist) होने के नाते, उनका निबंध- Self Reliance, व्यक्तिवाद(Individualism) और अपनी अंतरआत्मा की बात को मानने की पवित्रता तथा उसकी अच्छाई पर जोर देता है।   1941

Character Sketch of Yank in The Hairy Ape | Yank as a Tragic hero/Character

Character Sketch of Yank in "The Hairy Ape" Yank as a Tragic hero/Character  Eugene O'Neill Profile Born 16 oct 1888, New York Died 27 nov 1953, Boston Profession Playwright Father James O'Neill Notable awards Nobel prize in literature (1936), Pulitzer prize for drama Notable works "A Moon for the Misbegotten”, “Ah, Wilderness!”, “Anna Christie” 📄Table of Contents :- 1. Yank : A Tragic hero. 2. A Tragedy of Modern times. 3. Characteristics/Tragic Flaws in Yank's Character.     1.  Pride over physical strength     2.  False & excessive sense of belongingness     3.  Obsession with Revenge     4.  Not learning from mistakes 4. More in American Literature. 5. Frequently Asked Questions. 📃Yank : A Tragic hero :- The play Hairy Ape,  written by American playwright Eugene O'Neill , is an excellent expressionist play published in the year 1922. It is a tragic story of a ch

What is Phonetics & phonology? | Linguistics

 Phonetics & Phonology in Linguistics Phonetics :- Phonetics is a branch of linguistics which is concerned with the production of speech sounds by humans. It is the scientific study of various forms of sounds and their production, transmission and reception. As a science, it also deals with the articulation, description, classification and production of speech sounds. Phonetics can be sub divided into three branches :- 1) Articulatory phonetics, 2) Acoustic phonetics, 3) Auditory phonetics, Let's discuss them briefly one by one: 1) Articulatory phonetics :-   It studies the movements of speech organs which produce sounds of a language. These various organs of speech such as lips, tongue, larynx, teeth, soft and hard palate etc. by their restricted movements produce various speech sounds. These organs take part in the articulation of words. 2) Acoustic phonetics :- This branch deals with the sound waves or the physical properties of the sounds. It studies the properties of the