I am revising for my NLP quiz and am getting confused at the difference between semantic and pragmatic. I studied that semantic is the study of words and their meaning in sentences while pragmatic takes context into consideration.
I have some examples below of a quiz that I am looking through. It still confuses me and I hope to ask my professor soon but would like some help here so I can ask better questions when I meet him.
Based on Syntactically correct, semantically incorrect sentence and the solutions below, semantically incorrect sentences are sentences whose syntax is correct but do not make any sense when bringing in general knowledge. Example:
The green apple ate a juicy bug. Apples don't eat things.
1) But what about pragmatically incorrect sentences ? How do I identify one ? The solutions below did not state the reason sentence no. 6 is pragmatically correct.
2) Can a sentence be semantically incorrect but pragmatically correct ?