English Grammatical Terms

Letter J

(PG = Prescriptive Grammar  —  DG = Descriptive Grammar)

(GL = Grammatical Lingo  —  OB = Obtuse  —  NG = Not Grammatical)

However — the Term Jargon is usually used by people OUTSIDE of that particular field to refer to Terms which they do not Comprehend.

OR —  it is used by people WITHIN that field who are speaking to those outside that field.  And either they do not know how to — or they simply do not want to explain the Terms (because it may not be necessary or beneficial to do-so).  So they simply refer to it as Jargon(usually with the name of the field as the Adjective describing what type of Jargon it is.)

 

For Example:  “You don’t have to be concerned with all that is written here.  It is basically Legal Jargon.  But what it is saying is that you simply need to…”

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