Words 1. The analysis of synonyms: the importance of A; the scope of B; the obje ct of C collocation; the color of D emotion; the color of E style. 2. Principles of word discrimination: words are inseparable from words and sentences are inseparable fro m words.Attention should be paid to understanding the meaning of words in connection with specific linguistic environments. 3. The Expressive Function of Words The expressive function of words refers to what expressive function the specified words have played in the sentence and what expressive effect they have achieved.This req uires students to have a deeper understanding of the word, think about the whole s entence, and find a reasonable and effective language to express it. Answer method (1) Train of thought: Judging from the situation and actual situation of words and expr essions on the object of expression.And organize reasonable language answers. (2) Language: Attention should be paid to distinguishing between genres. If it is narrati ve, it should be used as "expressing..."Or "vividly portray..."If it is an explanatory note, it should be used to "accurately explain..."If it is an argumentative paper, it s hould be argued forcefully by ___________.Of course, it is not always the same, but it is better not to describe the function of the words in the narrative as "illustratin g" what. 4. Can one word be replaced by another in a sentence?Why? Answer methods: Verb: No.Because the word is written accurately, vividly and concr etely. ... Adjective: No.Because the word vividly describes... Adverb (e.g. Du, Dadu, Very Much, Very Only, etc.): No.because The word accurately illustrates...Situation (degree, limit) Make, schedule, scope of the table, etc., and then change into..., It is inconsistent with the facts. 5. Can the order of some two or three words in a sentence be changed?Why? Answer Format: No.Because (1) inconsistent with the law of people's understanding of things (from shallow to deep, from surface to interior, from phenomenon to essence). (2) The word is a one-t o-one correspondence with the above. (3) These words are progressive, interlinked and cannot be interchanged. 6. Reasons for the misuse of idioms: A Wangwen Shengyi, that is to say, only according to the literal meaning, make a mistaken interpret ation.For example: walking into the embrace of the mountain, looking at the magnificent scene ry, hearing the wind and cranes, physical and mental relaxation."Wind sound and crane bark" r efers to the fleeing soldiers who are suspected of pursuing troops when they hear the wind and crane bark, describing panic and fear. Another example is: at the sports meeting, he borrowed a suit that did not fit well. He was really str etched out. B. Appreciation and derogation are misused, that is to say, they are not sure about the emotional co lor of the idiom. They originally contain commendatory meanings, but they are used in derogat ory contexts. For example: The derogatory idioms are omnipotent, bluff, exaggeration, deliberation, high-spirited, echoing wit h the voice, full of storms and storms, temptation, resurgence of death and ashes, unbridled, irr everent, hot and so on. Commendatory idioms are as follows: prevailing custom, gathering armpits into fur, being calm and so on. Object C is misused, that is to say, the idiom is used to describe category A things, but it is us ed to category B things by Zhang Guanli.For example: you have just moved to a new hou se, the room is spacious and bright, but the decoration is slightly monotonous. It is sugge sted that you hang an oil painting, which will certainly make the room shiny."Peng Pi Sh eng Hui" is a modest phrase, which means that he is very honored because others come t o his home or hang up the calligraphy and paintings that others have inscribed on him. Some idioms refer specifically to specific objects, such as "a row of buildings", "sweat cows a re plentiful", "vast as smoke" and "books are plentiful", "respecting each other as guest s" to describe couples; "the joy of heaven" to describe a family; "rare rare and precious talents or things"; "swiftly" to refer to writing, painting, writing quickly completed; "ch ord-changing"Changing refers to the reform and change of system and method, and spec ial attention should be paid to the words of "Ru" structure. D is not contextual, referring to the inappropriate use of the applicable context of an idiom.F or example, according to expert estimates, in t

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