The Study of Language Trap and the Improper Language Phenomenon of the Teachers’ Language in the Perspective of Semantics Communication

Yong CHEN

Abstract


From the Angle of transmission of semantics, language trap and the semantic misconduct are the two main factors influencing the language communication. The article is an analysis of the language traps and improper interference and influence of teaches’ teaching language to optimize the teaching language, improve the teaching communication effect, provide certain reference to improve the teaching level.

Keywords


Teaching languages; Teachers’ language; Language tap; Improper language

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9044

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