English Grammatical Terms

Letter L

  • Language – Literally meaning:  the results of the processes, action of the “tongue”.  More appropriately, the wordLanguage” is a word which represents the combination of Grammatical Units (words) and Grammatical Structures that make up the Grammatical System of the spoken and written expression of a people for the sake of communication.
  • Leading QuestionThis is a type of question wherein the person asking the question is trying to trick, convince, or coax a specific answer out of the person that he or she is asking the question to.
  • Loan Word – This is the term for any word which is taken directly from another language and is not altered in spelling, pronunciation (other than that of the accent of the people speaking it), or meaning.
  • Lower-CaseThis is the term for the form of all letters in The English Alphabet when they are not used the first letter of the first word of a sentence, or when they are not used in a title, first letter of a proper name, or an acronym.  This is the opposite of an “Upper-Case” or “Capitalized” letter.  Example:  “a” is the Lower-Case form of the Capital Letter “A”

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See Also:

The Letter L,l (The English Alphabet)

&

Letter L,l – Pronunciation Guide

 


 

 

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