What is subject terminology?

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Is subject terminology the same as context?
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Is subject terminology the same as context?
No, subject terminology is words that are relevant to the subject, key words basically. Context is information.
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Which subject is this for? You might be getting confused in English Lit/Business Studies, where you need to apply context (context of the novel/play/poem, or context of business case study) as well as use subject terminology.
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(Original post by Anthos)
Which subject is this for? You might be getting confused in English Lit/Business Studies, where you need to apply context (context of the novel/play/poem, or context of business case study) as well as use subject terminology.
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It means key words/technical language instead of colloquial/every day language.
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Looks like it's for English - terminology would be like personification, metaphor, anaphora, hyperbole, etc.
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Looks like it's for English - terminology would be like personification, metaphor, anaphora, hyperbole, etc.
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