Tuesday, January 22, 2013

I guess I knew about Structuralism beforehand, but I didn't know what it was called. Of course one example that came to mind, being from the local area, was the Pittsburghese word "Buggy:"

As opposed to...

Another good example I learn was the word "Oy." We often use it to express frustration, and so we know what a person means when they say it. However, a similar sounding word in Korean means "Cucumber," therefore we have a simlar word meaning completely different things between two languages.

SiReno Mattie

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