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  • Authors: Nguyễn, Hữu Thọ (2005)

  • The learners of French often meet some difficulties with phraseology which consists of fixed phrases in language (expressions, locutions, collocations and complete sentences). They are in great number, complex in Syntax-Semantics and have been researched from different angles with different names. The term used widely as “locution”. The problem lies in th at many people have used this term without defining clearly connotation, hence ascribed certain characteristics to research objects. In order to remove this difficulty, the author has studied phraseology from some great linguists’ concepts such as Charles ...

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  • Authors: Nguyễn, Hữu Thọ (2005)

  • The learners of French often meet some difficulties with phraseology which consists of fixed phrases in language (expressions, locutions, collocations and complete sentences). They are in great number, complex in Syntax-Semantics and have been researched from different angles with different names. The term used widely as “locution”. The problem lies in th at many people have used this term without defining clearly connotation, hence ascribed certain characteristics to research objects. In order to remove this difficulty, the author has studied phraseology from some great linguists’ concepts such as Charles ...