Another camp believes that register relates to the context of situation e. As a student of Halliday's systemic functional linguistics, the term "register" is further technicalised to include notions of what's going on the field of discourse , who's involved the tenor and how these are textually linked together the mode. EdwinAshworth Well, I wouldn't say registers , which are too broad and speak to overarching social phenomena. I have only seen this in American English and it's not very common, but people will probably know what you mean. As such, jargon may be classified as a form of specialised language, which may in turn suggest a particular register , but the relations between the language and the context must be made explicit. I believe there is much more to be done to clarify our understanding of register and welcome any further discussion. More formal in certain jargons technical languages , that is, specific to certain trades and industries, not in certain social contexts or among a specific demographic. Anywhere that has its own style guide with a glossary of terms which lists this abbreviation as meaning "years old". Oftentimes, though not always, only people from these professions or groups know the meaning of their own jargon.
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