Business Vocabulary in the Business Blogs
|1.||Definition of verbs and nouns||8|
|2.||Definition of Business vocabulary||10|
|3.1.||Characteristics of blogs/business blogs||12|
|3.2.||Genre features of blogs||13|
|3.3.||Linguistic features of blogs||14|
|4.||Methodology and Results of the Empirical Study||16|
|4.1.||Outlining the Methodology and Materials||16|
|4.2.||The choice of the business blogs for research||17|
|4.3.||The selection of blog articles||18|
|4.4.||The choice of the business English vocabulary (nouns, verbs) for research||20|
|4.6.||The result section/Discourse analysis||22|
The purpose of the current study was to explore the existing business nouns and verbs in the terms of the selected Business Blogs. The following research question was - What kind of business nouns and verbs are used in the selected Business Blogs? The research methods adopted draw on the qualitative method of discourse analysis which was used to provide an insight into the possible word frequency the number of occurrences of each business noun and verb inserted in the selected articles.
In order to answer the research question, the author studied the available literature on business vocabulary and selected articles from the Business blogs.
One of the key conclusions has been that business vocabulary is wide - spread in the articles of the Business blogs. However, their use is not too much exaggerated. The Author used two word classes of business vocabulary.
In Business Blogs, one of the word classes of business vocabulary is business nouns which are used to speak about business in a much deeper way. In addition, they are also often used to describe something specific.
Other word class which author used was business verbs and they are necessary for the grammatical structure of a sentence, which are used to help people to expand their vocabulary and feel more confidently in a professional context.
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