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The category of mood in typological aspect 867
Alieva E.N., Doctor of Philology, professor of the Linguodidactics and Cross-cultural Department of the Faculty of Foreign Languages , Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Moscow, Russia, email@example.com
The development of linguistics is a continuous ongoing process. New material is being accumulated, new ideas arise, previous assessments and concepts have been clarified and reevaluated. This makes it necessary to create a synthesis of the work. Their aim might be summarizing research, achievements, consideration of new material and revaluation of previously known one. A considerable improvement over the years of research methodology in linguistics contributes to comparative and universal-typological studies of languages of different building including genetically and typologically distant ones.
Keywords: genetically and typologically distant languages, research methodology, comparative linguistics, universal-typological studies of languages