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I’m working on a linguistics exercise and need support to help me study.I have to analyze a text of my choice,like this one…please helpAs Morris Zapp and Fulvia Morgana flew over the Alps, dissecting the later work of Roland Barthes and enjoying a second cup of coffee, the municipal employees of Milan called a lightning strike in support of two clerks in the tax department dismissed for alleged corruption (according to the senior management they had been exempting their families from property taxes, according to the union they were being victimized for not exempting the senior management from property taxes). The British Airways Trident landed, therefore, in the midst of civic chaos. Most of the airport staff were refusing to work, and the passengers had to recover their baggage from a heap underneath the aircraft’s belly, and carry it themselves across the tarmac to the terminal building. The queues for customs and passport control were long and unruly. (Lodge 1993: 355) Morris Zapp and Fulvia Morgana – they – substitution via pronominalization; anaphoric reference; nominative chain The senior management – full/lexical repetition Property taxes – full/lexical repetition Two clerks – they – substitution via pronoun, pronominalization; anaphoric reference; nominative chain Lightning strike – civic chaos – contextual synonyms Passengers – they – substitution via pronoun, pronominalization; anaphoric reference; nominative chain The British Airways Trident – the aircraft – hyponym to hypernym The British Airways Trident, aircraft, tarmac, passengers, baggage, terminal building, customs, passport control, airport staff, queues – co-hyponyms of the hypernym airport; the lexico-thematic field of airport Tax department, corruption, clerks, senior management, property taxes, municipal employees, the union – co-hyponyms to the hypernym government; LTF of the government The union – senior management – opposites The union – repetition through the definite article The Alps – repetition through the definite article Baggage – it – substitution via pronoun, pronominalization; anaphoric reference; nominative chain (They were) dissecting the later work of Roland Barthes – grammatical ellipsis (They were) enjoying a second cup of coffee – grammatical ellipsis – parallelism Had been exempting – not exempting – repudiation Alleged corruption – exempting s.o. from properly taxes – paraphrase And (they had to) carry it themselves – grammatical ellipsis Requirements: .doc file

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