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Friday, June 10

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    2 Abbreviations
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    Numbers and Abbreviations-Numbers1.1 Numbers
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    c) Thirty-five is an odd number.
    Numbers and Abbreviations-Numbers-Rule 2. Numbers are often used to show dates, times, percentages, addresses and so on.Rule 2. Numbers are often used to show dates, times, percentages, addresses and so on.
    Numbers and Abbreviations-Numbers-Rule 2. Numbers are often used to show dates, times, percentages, addresses and so on.-E.g. a) I went to bed at 11 p.m. last night so I felt extremely sleepy this morning.E.g.E.g. a) I
    b) Xiamen University was founded in 1921 by Tan Kah Kee, a well-known overseas Chinese and also a patriotic leader.
    c) The flight from Boston is due at 15:30.
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    2 Abbreviations
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    accepted in compositions.Incompositions.
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    using most abbreviatios.abbreviations. However, those
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    below are some of thea few abbreviations that are generally accepted in
    Numbers and Abbreviations-Numbers-Abbreviation-Pay attention to the period which is used after most abbreviations.Pay attention to the period which is used after most abbreviations.
    Numbers and Abbreviations-Numbers-1. Initials in one's name.2.1. Initials in one's name.
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    e.g. The Black Death serves as a convenient divider between the central and the late Middle Ages.
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    order to knowshow how to
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    to essays better.in the right way.
    Sources:
    1 http://ice.xmu.edu.cn/english/showinfo.aspx?info_id=13
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Thursday, June 9

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    an existing word.(1) Aword.(1)A neologism is
    Background
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    Neologisms are often created by combining existing words or by giving words new and unique suffixes or prefixes. Portmanteaux are combined words that are sometimes used commonly. "Brunch" is an example of a portmanteau word (breakfast + lunch).
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    with sounds.(2) For example: SINK SCUM:Take "SINK SCUM" for example, which means" Single, Independent,
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    Self-Centered Urban Male. UsedMale". It can be used to describe
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    children.(4)
    Examples {Humor-FS-BozoneLayer.jpg}
    Bozone ,noun
    The substance surrounding stupid people that stops bright ideas from penetrating.

    Monday morning idea,noun
    A fuzzy, incomplete idea that is clearly the product of a mind not quite yet in synch with the workaday world.
    "I think Bill needs to rethink that 'Corporate retreat/triathlon' concept. That must have been a Monday morning idea."
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    The language internal reasons such as shift of grammar, shift of meaning, euphemism, taboo, folk etymology, metaphor, and metonymy can be classified as linguistic causes. Internal reasons are due to semantic change and have nothing to do with external factors.(10)
    Language external reasons:
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    cultural habits (discoveries, wars, revolutions etc.) change, the
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    culture, public relations etc.relations. (7)
    Process
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    reaction is disapproval!disapproval. For instance,
    First domain: neologism are coined in modern science and technology.
    Second domain: industry, where new words are being created nearly everyday as the names for new products or as trademarks.
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    Paleologism - a word that is alleged to be a neologism but turns out to be a long-used (if obscure) word. Used ironically.(10)
    Problems
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    For example, the topic that how long
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    neologism and getgo into the dictionary?(7)dictionary is much debated.(7) When longer
    Whether a neologism continues as part of the language depends on many factors, probably the most important of which is acceptance by the public. It is unusual, however, for a word to enter common use if it does not resemble another word or words in an identifiable way.(2)
    
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    The inverse of dogfooding – to use your competitors products in day-to-day business operations. Whereas dogfooding is a means for becoming familiar with and showing confidence in your own product, catfooding is a means of getting acquainted with your market and developing your niche.(11)
    Passive overeating
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    whatever is putprepared before you,someone, even to
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    6.http://www.ruf.rice.edu/~kemmer/Words04/structure/index.html
    7.http://yqyq.net/17043-Slovoobrazovatel_nye_modeli_neologizmov_v_sovremennom_angliiyskom_yazyke.html
    8.An8.Xinzhang Yang, An Introduction to Linguistics ,Xinzhang Yang,HIGHER,HIGHER EDUCATION PRESS
    9.www.ku-eichstaett.de/SLF/EngluVglSW/schule5.doc
    10.http://www.slideshare.net/dr.shadiabanjar/neologisms-presentation
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