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標題Title: Literal and Non-literal Meaning
作者Authors: 陳桂容,林素芬..等
上傳單位Department: 應用英語系
上傳時間Date: 2013-12-31
上傳者Author: 陳桂容
審核單位Department: 應用英語系
審核老師Teacher: 陳桂容
檔案類型Categories: 研究生論文報告Thesis
關鍵詞Keyword: Litera meaning,Non-literal meaning
摘要Abstract: The distinguished explanation of literal and non-literal meaning is, as Cruse (2004) noted in his review of extension of meaning, “most people are aware that if someone says Peter’s eyes nearly popped out of his head, a literal truth has not been expressed: Peter’s eyes were not, as a matter of fact, on the point of being projected from his head; the message is rather that Peter was very surprised. At the everyday level, the contrast between literal and figurative use does not seem problematic. It is not so easy; however, to be more precise about what ‘literal meaning’ really is” ( p. 195). The surface/ the denotation and the depth/ the extension of words need to be defined by the usage and association.

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