Formal - Linguistics


  • Formal system, an abstract means of generating inferences in a formal language
  • Formal language, comprising the symbolic "words" or "sentences" of a formal system
  • Formal grammar, a grammar describing a formal language
  • Formal proof, a fully rigorous proof as is possible only in a formal system
  • Dynamic and formal equivalence word-for-word translation, especially of the Bible

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