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I’m writing up some coursework for my English language a level about some songs, but I just read that repetition is a phonology point but I’ve always thought it’s a discourse point? Is it because in songs the lyrics are sung/ performed so it’s phonology? I’m really confused and need to know urgently!!
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Also- is a pejorative grammatical or lexical?!
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Yes you’re exactly right ! In this particular case, repitition will have a greater effect phonologically than discourse-wise, so you can write it under phonology
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(Original post by EvieDR14)
Also- is a pejorative grammatical or lexical?!
I think it’s lexical
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I think it’s lexical
Thank you for your help! I’m writing about dialect of a specific region- do you think contractions, colloquialisms and exophoric references are relevant enough? They can be rather general with other dialects but I think the context element is rather prominent.
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