English Metagraphic System throuhh History

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1. The metagrafic system as a means of written language

1.1. Punctuation as a branch of linguistics studying

1.1.1. Grammatology

1.1.2. Epigraphy and paleography

1.1.3. History of the study of writing

1.2. Punctuation as a means of text division and organization

1.2.1. The domain of punctuation

1.2.2. Indicators and characters

1.2.3. The status of punctuation rules

1.3. Historical Survey of the Punctuation System in different Languages

1.3.1. Differences in British English and American English

1.3.2. European languages

1.3.3. East Asian languages

1.3.4. Corean and Mongolian languages

1.3.5. Other scripts (The Sanskrit, Arabic, Ethiopian languages)

2. Evolution of the English Metagraphic System

2.1. Punctuation and Capitalization in Old English Manuscripts

2.2. Middle English period

2.3. Regularities and Functioning of Metagraphemes in Modern English

2.4. The Other Punctuation Marks

2.5. Priority Among Punctuation Marks



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