Macrolinguistics: texts and discourses, conversation interactions and conversation components

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Keywords:

contrastive analysis, contrastive texts, discourse universe, explore macrolinguistics, grammatical, lexical, linguistic studies, text typology, traditional linguistics, translated text

Abstract

This study aims to explore macrolinguistics based on the realm of text with lexical and grammatical means. Also to analyze contrastive texts with textual characteristics, text typology, and translated texts. Some of the other things discussed are ways to analyze discourse, interactions in conversations, and know the components of conversation. Language studies continue to develop from time to time. One of the studies that cannot be separated from language is linguistic studies. The study of linguistics in a language not only covers linguistics from an internal point of view but can also be related to linguistics in general. Macro linguistics in this case is not associated with other disciplines outside of linguistics, but a linguistic study that examines speech based on situations.

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Published

2020-08-12

How to Cite

Zulvany, V. (2020). Macrolinguistics: texts and discourses, conversation interactions and conversation components. Macrolinguistics and Microlinguistics, 1(2), 104–116. Retrieved from https://mami.nyc/index.php/journal/article/view/10