An Introduction To Linguistics.pdf

An Introduction To Linguistics PDF

مؤلف: Dr. Muhammad Ali Alkhuli


Introduction to Linguistics (ENG502) VU ©Copyright Virtual University of Pakistan 9 Lesson-01 WHAT IS LANGUAGE? Topic- 001: Introduction Linguistics is defined as the scientific study of language. Language is used to express inner thoughts and emotions, make sense of complex and abstract thoughts, learn to communicate with others,

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