What do you call a group of adjacent letters having punctuation except for apostrophes on either side? For example, in this sentence, the groups are
Let's see the fireworks.
Assuming a word is a single distinct meaningful element of speech or writing that consists of one or more morphemes, what I'm asking is different from a word:
I'm looking for an English equivalent of a Korean word
Sojeol (小節)) meaning such a letter group. Since there're some words that are not spaced (e.g. pre/postpositions in Korean) in Korean, unlike English,
Madi is commonly used as a distinctive term as to
Daneo (單語)) meaning a word.
wordinto a ‘semantic word’ or a ‘syntactic word’ in English; or any linguistic terms for it?