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Differences Between Syntagmatic and Paradigmatic

Differences Between Syntagmatic and Paradigmatic
SYNTAGMATIC PARADIGMATIC
1. The way words combine to make a
grammatically acceptable unit called syntagmatic
relationship.
Choosing from competing linguistic options
available within a syntagmatic sequence is
called paradigmatic relation.
2. In this case, words follow linear direction that
is straight horizontal line.
In this case words follow vertical direction.
3. Syntagmatic relations are generally related to
co-occurrence in some context.
Paradigmatic relations are widely used in theories
and other knowledge organization system.
4. It defines the word-meaning in the flow of
speech in various contexts.
It defines the word meaning through its
interrelation with other members.
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