To us, the discussion related to the 「The Korean Orthography of Standard Chinese Loanwords」 is very glocalizational as a local/national and at the same time global/international topic. To this topic, we are making an approach from the viewpoints
loanword. To find out the above statement, based on the standards of Korean loanword, Korean experts’ localization consciousness were surveyed about Korean loanwords starting with ‘ㄹ’. In the production experiment, following investigation of
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Body : The actual conditions of Korean language used in media
1) Abuse of lownwords
The world is more closer and closer. This situation is unavoidable, and culture exchange is increased. Our culture is polluted and discolored by culture change. In particular, Korea's newspaper, publication, broadcast and Internet abuse loanword. We examine the example and learn about 'The abuse of loanword.
Hangul is one of the greatest inventions created by our ancestors. The world is paying attention to the scientific excellence and beauty of Hangul. It is certainly the pride of Koreans.
But these days, Hangul to be preserved has been neglected. Many people prefer the use of the foreign language than Korean language. Moreover people cannot even use Hangul properly. Especia
standard English and obviously they have meanings which only natives know, non-natives would not know these words unless they had joined a group of native speakers in the past.
After the analysis of survey, we found a surprising and interesting result. It is that some British people know more American slangs than British slangs. Throughout the process of research, we found that american slangs a
(1) Iconic: symbol of something developed from drawing
1) Pictograph : essentially a drawing of an object.
(2) Noniconic: Symbols in a writing system
1) Morphographic writing : each symbol represents a single morpheme.