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Shvoong Home>Social Sciences>On Homophone and Ancient Pronunciation Interchangeable Uses and Borrowed Uses Summary

On Homophone and Ancient Pronunciation Interchangeable Uses and Borrowed Uses

Article Summary   by:TsingHua     Original Author: Journal of Huaihua University
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With science & technology even more progress as well as the social system daily consummation in modern society,the request of language communication becomes more precise.People of our time often creates some understanding mistakes in their homophone writing,brings people the barrier of communication and brings troubles for the information transmission;to be spirit-consuming,energy-consuming and time-consuming,there is only some hundred harms but an advantage.Homophone is an important object of language standard.The ancient pronunciation interchangeable uses and borrowed uses,is ancient's one kind of character uses custom.Because it has some kind of similar place with the homophone which some people of our time write,some people treat it as the excuse that write the homophone.Therefore,clarifying the relation and the difference of the homophone and the ancient pronunciation interchangeable uses and borrowed uses,has great significance on understanding the negative effect of homophone profoundly,on improving the language quality and strengthening the standard consciousness,even on researching Chinese information processing in which there are words and expressions input problems,and so on.In light of this,the article mainly discussed the differences on several aspects of the homophone and the ancient pronunciation interchangeable uses and borrowed uses,such as the condition,the nature,the rule,the reason and so on.
Published: June 30, 2006   
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