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. How Semantics Could Be Defined


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Question: How could semantics be defined? as a set of rules that studies how words are broken down into morphemes as a set of rules that is concerned with understanding the meaning of words as a set of rules that dictates how vowels and consonants are pronounced as a set of rules that determines how words can be arranged into sentences provide evidence supporting your answer

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Semantics is a branch of linguistics that studies the meaning of words, phrases, and sentences. It deals with the context of a word and how it can be interpreted by different people. It also explores how words can be used to communicate meaning and create relationships between different parts of a sentence. Semantics is concerned with the relationship between words and how they are combined in a sentence to convey meaning. For example, the phrase "the dog chased the cat" has a different meaning than "the cat chased the dog" because the subject and object of the sentence have been switched. Semantics attempts to explain why those two phrases mean different things and how the individual words interact to create the overall meaning.

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Jan. 4, 2023, 4:53 p.m.

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Published: Wednesday, January 4, 2023

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