Khazar University Employees Deliver Seminar at Azerbaijan University

On April 24, 2019, Milana Abbasova, (PhD candidate) instructor of the English Language and Literature Department at Khazar University and Valida Kerimova, (PhD candidate) Vice-Dean School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences, delivered a seminar on “Ambiguity and abbreviations that violate language norms in social networks” organized by the Azerbaijan University. During the seminar, M.Abbasova focused her talk on ambiguity of language norms arising from the use of abbreviations, acronyms, numeronyms, and pictograms on social networks, while as V.Kerimova gave detailed information about lower and upper layers of the sentence, ambiguity in the lower layer, literary language norms and violation of these norms. At the end of the seminar, arranged in the interactive form, questions and answers session took place. Following that, Samira Mammadova (PhD), Head of the Foreign Languages Department at the Azerbaijan University, expressed her gratitude to seminar presenters.

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