Asymmetry In English Language

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3.1 Morphological Asymmetry There are said to the asymmetry of the nature of the practice of gender patterns in the system, the noun is assigned in the form of features (such as noun inflection or derivation). English language in human agent has gender marking the women and men: they are discriminatory practices, often let the woman can't see them as a secondary or dilution effect in the language description of women. Women's status not only depends on the men, but also the second, which is and many women human agent nouns from male derivatives. The morphology in male and female human agent noun is a semantic effects: Women's career term is usually from a male Sexual, by adding a 'female' suffix to the 'male' base, the phenomenon in the process of dilution is often the meaning of women's derivation. 3.2Lexical Asymmetry Name and address form is used to express the social…show more content…
In the use of Hindi language and culture, the girl's name is a boy at the same time, through the Latin suffix name extension of the formation, tend to add a node tail. Roberta, Henrietta, Patricia. In a study of 300 common name, a hundred and fifty woman's name and a hundred and fifty men's name, Carol found a group of two sets of phonetic differences. The percentage of people stop at the end of S (frank, Robert and Edward, Mike, Richard ), and only four percent of the women's name is (pat, polyethylene glycerin (PEG), and at the end of the name - a group of). On the contrary, 54 percent of women's name at the end of the study in a vow but only 14 percent of people's name. In addition, women's name is often longer time: 30 percent of men's names, but only 12 percent of women's name, there is only one syllable, and 21 percent of the women's names have three or more syllables, only four percent of the man's name is the

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