Theory, Model, Method
Language differences and conceptualisation
Example One: The French word 'étranger' can be translated into English as either 'foreigner' or 'stranger'.
Example Two: The Swahili word 'gari' means any moving four-wheeled vehicle, e.g. bus, train, cart, lorry, etc., and there are no specific words for separate items.
Example Three: A West Indian Creole speaker uses the word 'foot' to describe the part of the body from the toes to the thigh.