Representation of Universal Quantifier in Bulgarian Language with Universal Networking Language

Authors: Velislava Stoykova
Year: 2015
Venue: 5th World Conference on Learning, Teaching and Educational Leadership, Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences 186 (2015) 805 – 810
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The paper presents interpretation of universal quantifier in Bulgarian language with Universal Networking Language (UNL). It analyzes semantic and linguistic properties of universal quantifier and describes the parts of speech which function as quantifiers. In UNL frameworks they are presented as a lexical database with related grammar and semantic features using idea of synonymic semantic representation. The formal approach presented may be used also to language learning and understanding.