Parallelisms in the Articles in the Financial Times
The aim of this paper is to prove that parallelisms in the Financial Times help the readers to comprehend the content of articles. The following research question was drawn - in order to explain the reason of parallelism usage in the articles in the Financial Times and their frequency. The research methods adopted draw on the qualitative and quantitative methods of discourse analysis.
In order to prove the aim, the author studied the available literature on parallelisms and selected articles from the Financial Times.
Parallelisms were used with elements which were compared and joined with linking words.This contributes greatly to understand and describe abstract concepts and present article ideas clearly, concisely, and smoothly.
As a result of the research, the following conclusions have been made:
1. The usage parallelisms are wide-spread in the articles in FT.
- Parallelisms in the Articles in the Financial Times
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