Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening - Robert Frost
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Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening – Robert Frost

Robert Frost wrote “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening”, two years before winning his first Pulitzer Prizes. People love to talk about his poem. Some argue that it is simply a description of nature. Others tell us that there is some heavy metaphor action going down, and that the poem is about death. some says that this poem addresses…

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Definitions and Origin of Literature
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Definitions and Origin of Literature

 Etymology: The word literature is drive from the Latin word “Littera” meaning “letter or handwriting” but intertwined with Roman concept “Cultura” meaning “learning” Definitions: There are many definitions of literature. Some are given below:                                         1. A body of written works produced in a particular language, country, or age, or the body of writings on a particular subject (Science, Arts, etc.)  …

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Figurative Languages of The Last Goodbye
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FIGURATIVE LANGUAGES OF THE LAST GOODBYE

(Vijay Pandit) This poem is basically about lovers. Deep sad and happiest emotions about love describe in this poem. In the beginning poem is all about blessed events love when the first-time eye contact occur between two lovers but in the end there is a sad ending in which deep emotions about love between lovers shown during ‘LAST GOODBYE’. GENRE:…

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DESCRIPTIVE APPROACH VS PRESCRIPTIVE APPROACH
Differences, English

Differences Between Descriptive Approach and Prescriptive Approach

DESCRIPTIVE APPROACH PRESCRIPTIVE APPROACH 1. Descriptive describe grammar of the language that exists in the mind of its speakers that is to create a modal of speaker’s mental grammar. It only tells us about someone’s idea of what is ‘good’ or ‘bad’ 2. Creating a descriptive grammar involves observing the language and trying to discover the principles or rules that…

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Differences Between Syntagmatic and Paradigmatic
Differences, English

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…

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Differences Between Synchrony and Diachrony
Differences, English

Differences Between Synchrony and Diachrony

SYNCHRONY DIACHRONY 1. Sync means “at the same time”. Dia means “the passing of time”. 2. The study of the language system at the present time is called synchrony. The study of the language of system in history is called diachrony. 3. A synchronic relationship is one where two similar things exist at the same time. In diachronic relationship related…

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Differences Between Parole and La Langue
Differences, English

Differences Between Parole and La Langue

PAROLE LA LANGUE 1. Parole involves the combinations by which the speaker uses the code of linguistic system The whole system of a language is called la langue. 2. Parole is often faulty, incoherent or inadequate. La langue can never be faulty incoherent or inadequate. 3. It belongs to descriptive linguistics. It belongs to theoretical linguistics. 4. It is concerned…

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PHONETICS VS PHONOLOGY
Differences, English

Differences Between Phonetics and Phonology

PHONETICS VS PHONOLOGY PHONETICS PHONOLOGY 1. Phonetics belongs to descriptive linguistics. Phonology belongs to theoretical linguistics. 2. Phonetics is the study of production, transmission and perception of speech sound. Phonology is the study of patterns of sounds in different languages. 3. It is concerned with sounds of language. Phonology is concerned with how sounds are organized in a language. 4.…

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Primary Industry and Secondary Industry
Business, Commerce

Primary Industry and Secondary Industry

Industry is that part of business which connected with the production of goods and services. It is a place where the raw material is converted into finished or semi-finished goods which have the ability to satisfy human needs or can be used in another industry as basic material. Owner of the industry who is engaged in the work of production…

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Difference Between illegal Agreement and Void Agreement?
Business, Differences, Law

Difference Between illegal Agreement and Void Agreement?

ILLEGAL AGREEMENT VS VOID AGREEMENT   ILLEGAL AGREEMENT VOID AGREEMENT 1. PROHIBITED It is prohibited by law. It is not prohibited by law 2. PUNISHABLE The parties are punishable. The parties are not punishable. 3. NATURE illegal agreement is void agreement from the beginning. A void agreement is not illegal agreement. 4. OBJECT The object or motive of illegal agreement…

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