The importance of the scientific research of the languages for special purposes

Strezovska, Jagoda and Ivanovska, Biljana and Krstovska, Viktorija (2015) The importance of the scientific research of the languages for special purposes. Horizonti. ISSN 1857-856X

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The science of the language – the linguistic, is not only dedicated to the linguistic researches, but also to explaining the relation between the language and the society. This science requires particularly the sociology, politology, psychology, economy and the history to discover what is happening with the language. The linguistics can give only a small contribution in the researches of the linguistic system. On the other side, the communication, as seen from the pragmatic and technical aspect, has need of a rational and functional language.
With this paper we want to describe the linguistic for specialized languages as a scientific discipline, that gives above all an overview in the contemporary development of the language. It researches and portrays the specialized lexis, and contributes to the expansion and enrichment both the specialized linguistic stock and every language in general. The languages for special purposes have an essential significance in the development of the occupation and the modern sciences and disciplines. The interests in this paper will be focused on the importance of the scientific researches of the languages for special purposes because the lexis of one language is changeable and it is not given once and for all. There is a need of consistent and continuous researches in order to monitor every linguistic change.
Keywords: applied linguistics, LSP, lexis, terminology.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Humanities > Languages and literature
Divisions: Faculty of Philology
Depositing User: Biljana Ivanovska
Date Deposited: 25 Nov 2015 10:46
Last Modified: 25 Nov 2015 10:46

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