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2015-08-18T23:03:39+08:00

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Literal and figurative language is a distinction within some fields of languageanalysis, in particular stylistics, rhetoric, and semantics.Literal language uses words directly according to their proper meanings(signified).Figurative (or non-literal) language uses words in figures of speech.
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2015-08-18T23:24:19+08:00
Literal meaning is the meaning literally.
Figurative language is like an idiom, or a figurative speech. :)

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