Abdul Halim Shaikh and Md. Maudud Hasan Mondal
The article tries to present the idea of structuralism in linguistics in a simplified way. Undoubtedly, it's a simplification of the broad idea but it can be significantly helpful for the students to enter into the complicated sphere of critical theories in an interesting way. It begins with general questions on the formation, function, and structure of language and tries to explain the mysteries through a synchronic study that emphasizes the present rather than the past. Most importantly, it makes the idea of structuralism easy and clear in its discourse.
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