Lexical Semantic Relations

Quick primer on lexical semantic relations, excerpted from the Linguistics 101 course I teach at the University of Alberta. For more information on this topic, try the following links. (Note that the presentation of ideas is not completely parallel. In particular, Wikipedia links to a more detailed breakdown of different types of antonyms, and the slideshare link defines homophones in a somewhat different way.) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lexical_semantics http://www.slideshare.net/honeyravian1/lexical-relations

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