Prof Pendo

Prof Pendo

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About Prof Pendo

Hi! My name is Prof Pendo; for the last five years, I have been working as a freelance writer. I have gained competencies that are crucial in academic writing. I can help you in areas such as sociology, political science, management, international and public relations, environmental issues, education, criminology, anthropology, and many more. I have worked with many customers, and they recommend my expertise since I can deliver...

  • 2019 Joined us
  • 4.78 Review rate
  • 330 Completed projects
  • 268 Helped students

Writer’s Sample

A language is what cultures around the world have used since the dawn of time to communicate with each other. These languages have been evolving since their inception and even to this day, they are still being changed. This tells us that the history of a language speaks volumes about how the culture that used it changed with time. Linguistics of a language essentially talks about how it can be used to communicate certain feelings and emotions in a more effective way. Putting both the importance of the history of a language and its linguistics together, we can learn how a culture best communicates its message and how constantly improves upon it. By definition, Lexical meaning describes how words are supposed to mean in a dictionary and semantic structure essentially means how that word can be used to convey the meaning of the sentence. According to Nordquist (2019), The following examples can help clear out the distinction between lexical meaning and semantic meaning of words. If we take a look at the word, ‘protection’, the dictionary (lexical) meaning is of a process, while its semantic meaning refers to an object. Another such example can be with the phrase, ‘(to) cage’. In this case, the dictionary meaning refers to the object description of the word and the semantic meaning relates more to the process of actually putting someone in a cage. The examples keep growing in number once you pick up the concept. Another word that can be used as an example is ‘board’. In its dictionary meaning, the word refers to a square or rectangular piece of wood. Semantically, the same word can be used to describe a process of agreeing with someone as described in this sentence: ‘Glad you’re on board with us.’ The overlap of lexical meanings and semantic structures can vary between cultures. English is one of the most widely spoken languages across the globe (Myers, 2015) and the USA, UK, and Australia have their own local slang incorporated into the language which can bring about a huge range of lexical and semantic overlaps. As cultures develop, the language used within the culture also changes. This can happen in a number of ways, one of which is associating a negative or positive feeling with a word and switching it later on. Homosexuality and its general terms are beginning to develop a more positive outlook now. Even if you go back fifty years into the past, the USA was heavily against homosexuality and any mention of those terms was always frowned upon. You could not mention goodwill and happiness in the same sentence that featured homosexuality. Fast-forward to now and it is clearly visible how the notion has changed completely. Now, homosexuality is not seen with the same revolting expressions and is rather welcomed and tolerated. In fact, if you are to mention it in a negative manner, there is a good chance that you will receive backlash for it. This change in semantics can greatly be linked to the change in the culture, without it, such a change in the semantic meanings of the word could not occur. One of the most notable changes happening across the English language these days is the rise in gender-neutral terms as an attempt to battle sexism and misogyny. The rise in feminism movements across the globe have given the chance for local cultures to correct ingrained patriarchy from the language and English is no different. Even the phrase ‘Be a man’ cannot be used in the same manner as it could be done a few years ago. This shows how semantics keep changing over the years. There may be times when it is happening drastically and there may be low periods of low activity. What does not stop happening is the change, however small it may be. This has been the case for all languages and the speed with which it happens depends on how exposed the said culture is to the rest of the world.

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customer-3315927 (9 orders)

Sociology

Great writer, who follows directions. She produces work that is acceptable at universities here in the United states. I am very pleased that I didn't have to make a lot of corrections as she has good use of the english language. She is the only writer that I will ever use from this company as the others have been terrible.

customer-3315927 (9 orders)

Sociology

Great writer, who follows directions. She produces work that is acceptable at universities here in the United states. I am very pleased that I didn't have to make a lot of corrections as she has good use of the english language. She is the only writer that I will ever use from this company as the others have been terrible.

customer-3255624 (19 orders)

Psychology

Communication was consistent, the work quality was excellent, received a 90% on this assignment

customer-3638120 (5 orders)

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customer-3287290 (85 orders)

Psychology

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Literature

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customer-2303727 (8 orders)

Other

Her writing is amazing always follows the instructions!

customer-3932038 (7 orders)

Business and Entrepreneurship

customer-3275408 (18 orders)

Criminology

customer-3358667 (48 orders)

Ethics

customer-3833937 (4 orders)

History

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Other

She followed the instructions really well. i even got my essay earlier than expected. Her righting skills are amazing. i will definitely be using her again