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Linguistic Test 16

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The pragmatic lexical relation between two lexemes that are opposite in meaning
Something that comes before something else
Semantic approaches can be divided into
A word or phrase that can take the place of another word or word group in a sentence
An expression in which the replacement of a term by another with the same reference may change the truth-value of the whole
The relationship between the form and the meaning is arbitrary
A category of things that occur naturally in the world without need for human intervention
Type of reference that involves reference to a class, rather than an individual member of a class
The ‘and’ relation between PROPOSITIONS or SENTENCES or components thereof: P and Q
Information about the speaker and/or their relation to the speaking context including the addressee that is conveyed through linguistic choices

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