Tuesday, 15 November 2011

Semantic, Syntax

What is semantic?

Easily said, semantic is the study of meaning. Semantic is the study of the interpretation of the symbols or signs that being used by a community in particular circumstances or contexts. An understanding of semantics is the essentials of the language study.

For example;
Apple; the word apple refer to an object that can be eat that we called fruit. The colour of this fruit is red an the inside colour of the fruit is yellowish-white.

What is syntax?

Syntax is the study of the principles and rules of constructing phrases or sentences.

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