Comunicaci贸n y Lenguaje Temas
22.04.2012 IGA Alejandra Herrera
They are words which have the same meaning.
Prisoner - captive
Unmistakable - characteristic
â€˘ Opposite - contrary
Absolute - totally
That verse is like a key that opens a thousand doors.
Knowledge: The emotion aroused by the literary text helps the readerto learn more about yourself and things. Literature expands t he reader's world through sensation
question: Helps people to be more free and restless. The reader ofliterature asks questions about their social environment, and in doing so, not content to accept situations without cuestio nรกrselas.
functions of literature Entertainment: The literary text entertains the reader. By capturingtheir attention through language, the literary text becomes a space to enjoy new experiences.
communication: The author informs his readers his ideas and feelings about a particular subject. The author found in the literature aform of conversation with the reader.
•Before a person could be a political leader, teacher, scientist and philosopher, writer and all he wanted at the same time, but then everyone began to specialize in each field of which they are human activity.
•The word literature comes from the Latin word literature referred to knowledge related to the art of writing and reading.
Those who were doing liteartura:
What is Literature:
•En el siglo XVIII el significado de esta palabra se transformó por eso se entendía su relación con una actividad especifica del hombre vinculada con escribir y leer dentro de lo artístico.
Country Phonetic / Phonological Study the sound from two perspectives. Phonetics studies the sound, ie, physiological and physical aspects such as breathing, voice production, the formation of sound and its acoustic properties.Phonology studies the phonemes of a language. While phoneticsstudies how sound is produced t, p, g and their characteristics.
morphological field Morphology studies the form of words (female, male), word classes(Sustantivo. Adjective, Verb) and forms of conjugation in the case of verbs.
Syntactic field It addresses the roles of words and their relationships within the utterance or sentence. It tells us what the simple sentences and what the compound.
Pragmatic field This field covers the relationships between texts, users and the communicative situation, for example: When we write a letter to our parents we express ourselves differently than we do by e-mail to a friend.
Semantic field Semantics: Study the meanings of words, phrases and texts.Expressions are united in semantic fields, ie, sets of words thatcomprise a particular field of significance.
• When ending in a vowel, N or S in example mother, plane upside down.
• If ending in other consonants: loyal, drink. no accents
• when they end in unstressed diphthong with Y, not accents because it is considered consonant: Viceroy güicoy.
â€˘When ending in a consonant other than N or S: angel, pencil, sugar.
no accents â€˘ if they end in a vowel or N or S: map, wall,home.
â€˘Grave accents ending in S when it is preceded by anotherconsonant: biceps, triceps, forceps.
SobreesdrĂşjulas: enviĂĄndot elo, Swoop
These accents ever. Pro paroxytone: Cover, Camera, prince.
It is the pronunciation of a vowel (aeo) and closed (iu) or two vowelsin one syllable.
Is the union of three members, one open (aeo) in the middle, and twoclosed (iu) they are pronounced in one syllable.
It occurs when you type accent on a weak vowel (u, i) in a diphthongor triphthong. When this happens, stop being triphthong diphthong orvowel and become separate syllables.
A group of sentences organized around a central theme, this is presented in the main idea. This idea is complemented bysecondary ideas. Finally we can identify a paragraph because it starts with a capital letter and ends with stop. Furthermore, separated from other paragraphs with blanks.
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