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Lexicology as a Branch of Linguistics 1. 1. Lexicology: central terms 2. 2. Parts and areasLexicology as a Branch of Linguistics 1. 1. Lexicology: central terms 2. 2. Parts and areas of lexicology 3. 3. Two approaches to language study 4. 4. Lexical units 5. 5. Varieties of words

I. Lexicology: central terms 1. 1. Lexicology 2. 2. Word  3. 3. Vocabulary I. Lexicology: central terms 1. 1. Lexicology 2. 2. Word 3. 3. Vocabulary

II. Parts and Areas of Lexicology 1. 1. Parts of Lexicology: a) General Lexicology ; b)II. Parts and Areas of Lexicology 1. 1. Parts of Lexicology: a) General Lexicology ; b) Special Lexicology. 2. 2. Areas of Lexicology: a) Historical Lexicology ; b) Descriptive Lexicology ; c) Comparative Lexicology ; d) Contrastive Lexicology ; e) Combinatorial Lexicology; f) Applied Lexicology.

Modern English Lexicology studies: 1. 1. Semasiology 2. 2. Word-Structure 3. 3. Word-Formation 4. 4. EtymologyModern English Lexicology studies: 1. 1. Semasiology 2. 2. Word-Structure 3. 3. Word-Formation 4. 4. Etymology of the English Word-Stock 5. 5. Word-groups and Phraseological Units 6. 6. Variants of The English Language 7. 7. Lexicography

III. Two Approaches To Language Study ► The synchronic (descriptive) approach is concerned with the vocabularyIII. Two Approaches To Language Study ► The synchronic (descriptive) approach is concerned with the vocabulary of a language as it exists at a given time or at the present time. ► The diachronic (historical) approach refers to Historical Lexicology that deals with the evolution of the vocabulary units of a language over time.

IV. Lexical Units ► Morphemes;  ► Words; ► Word-groups;  ► Phraseological units. IV. Lexical Units ► Morphemes; ► Words; ► Word-groups; ► Phraseological units.

V. Varieties of Words ► The word is a two-facet  unit possessing both form andV. Varieties of Words ► The word is a two-facet unit possessing both form and conten t or soundform and meaning. Neither can exist without the other. ► Paradigm — the system showing a word in all its word-forms. ► Word-forms – grammatical forms of words. ► Lexico-semantic variant – the word in one of its meanings.

Variants of Words ► Group 1: Lexico-semantic variants : :  to learn by heart, toVariants of Words ► Group 1: Lexico-semantic variants : : to learn by heart, to learn about smth. ► Group 2: a) a) phonetic variants : : often [‘ [‘ O: Sn ] ] andand [‘[‘ O: Stn ]; ]; b) morphological variants: learned [-d] and learnt [-t]. .

Conclusion ► The most essential feature of variants of words of both groups is that aConclusion ► The most essential feature of variants of words of both groups is that a slight change in the morphemic or phonemic composition of a word is not connected with any modification of its meaning. .

► A change in meaning is not followed by any structural changes, either morphemic or phonetic.► A change in meaning is not followed by any structural changes, either morphemic or phonetic. ► Like word-forms variants of words are identified in the process of communication as making up one and the same word.

► Thus, within the language system the word exists as a system and unity of all► Thus, within the language system the word exists as a system and unity of all its forms and variants