Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Linguistics"

The meaning of "Linguistics" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does applied linguistics mean?
A: 応用言語学
Q: What does formal linguistics and other disciplines mean?
A: Formal linguistics is the study of language from a scientific viewpoint. That is, using mathematics (of different sorts) to define not just one language, but all languages. The formal manner means that hypotheses are precisely defined and can be tested using the methods of science: systematic observation, measurement, and experiment, and the formulation, testing, and modification of hypotheses.
Q: What does intellectual context,in linguistics mean?
A: Can you provide the full sentence ?

Synonyms of "Linguistics" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between linguistics and grammar ?
A: See linguistics is just all about language it's a speaking portion or part
For example George has a degree in linguistics on which he's very proud. It simply means that he has a degree in a particular subject. he has become a master of that particular subject. He knows each ND every rule of that particular subject.

And grammar is written portion in this you have all your rules and some words and other phrases idioms by which you can make a sentence you can speak ask write whatever you want.

See if your grammar is correct then you have everything about that particular language.

It seems like grammar is part of linguistic and linguistic is a part of grammar both of them is needed or highly required if you want to master in any language.
Q: What is the difference between I studied linguistics at university. and I studied linguistics in university. ?
A: 1) “I studied linguistics at university.” This is grammatically correct. It means that when you were a university student, you studied linguistics. It refers to an event in the past (e.g. several years ago).
2) “I studied linguistics in university.” This sounds unnatural, and sounds like you are focusing on the building itself (e.g. I studied linguistics in a house/in a university/in a car). It could refer to the recent past, and doesn’t necessarily imply you are a university student.
Q: What is the difference between linguistics and Language ?
A: I would say that Language is the way communication can happen and be understood between different people, and Linguistics is the study of language (for example the grammar)

Translations of "Linguistics"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What is comparative linguistics?
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? linguistics
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Other questions about "Linguistics"

Q: I'm going to study English linguistics at university and so it is my future... "faculty" or "course"? How do you call it?
A: Faculty would be faculty of languages but English Linguistics is a course. Also could be called a program but most commonly we'd refer it to as a course.

ps. that's in the UK I'm not sure if it's the same everywhere.

also, English Linguistics is a department as well but you wouldn't study a department, you'd study a course.
Q: I want to study linguistics and to get people all over the world to know about Japan and Japanese culture. Does this sound natural?
A: Grammatically it is correct, logically it is not.

Here is why:

Linguistics cannot aid in the spread of knowledge about a nation or a culture, since it is a scientific analytical type of study.

Here is the definition:
Linguistics : the scientific study of language and its structure, including the study of grammar, syntax, and phonetics. Specific branches of linguistics include sociolinguistics, dialectology, psycholinguistics, computational linguistics, comparative linguistics, and structural linguistics.

Your sentence is like saying :
“I want to let people know about Japanese cuisine by studying the biochemical breakdown of food.”
Grammatically correct. Logically not so much.
You could say:
“I want to become a world class chef to promote Japanese cuisine all over the world”.

“I want to learn languages to be able to get more people to know about Japan and the Japanese culture”.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce linguistics.
A: It sounds like “ruffly”
Q: In linguistics, a formal language is a set of strings of symbols together with a set of rules that are specific to it.

It's sad that English is not a formal language. Does this sound natural?
A: perfect
Q: In regards to linguistics, what is the indexicality? Please explain about it Does this sound natural?
A: In linguistics, what is indexicality? Please explain.

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