descriptive linguistics

NOUN
  1. a description (at a given point in time) of a language with respect to its phonology and morphology and syntax and semantics without value judgments
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How To Use descriptive linguistics In A Sentence

  • In trying to determine such regularities, the discourse analyst will typically adopt the traditional methodology of descriptive linguistics.
  • This is an argument from the field of descriptive linguistics, made for a rhetorical audience of laypeople.
  • In trying to determine such regularities, the discourse analyst will typically adopt the traditional methodology of descriptive linguistics.
  • This is an argument from the field of descriptive linguistics, made for a rhetorical audience of laypeople.
  • This can be of help to preliminary understanding of descriptive Linguistics and be of valuable reference to the studying of linguistics analyzing methods.
  • In trying to determine such regularities, the discourse analyst will typically adopt the traditional methodology of descriptive linguistics.
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