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Characteristics of Phraseological Units with the Meaning "Person" in the Avar Language 47


Sirazhudinov R.M.
PhD in Philology, Associate Professor of the Department of Dagestan Languages of the Philological Faculty, Dagestan State University, Makhachkala, Russia

At present, new phraseological phrases constantly arise in speech and, being actively used, are included in the phraseological composition of the language, enrich it with new expressive means. From the pages of newspapers and magazines, from radio and television programs, from the theater and variety stages, more and more figurative verbal complexes sound and enter the speech of native speakers. The avalanche of the process of phrase formation requires comprehensive observation, inventory and study on the part of language researchers, since this process is associated with issues of speech culture, problems of language teaching and mastering the rules of behavior, general problems of speech communication.

Keywords: Avar language, phraseological units, national culture, stable combinations, emotional and expressive expressions

Column: Psycholinguistics, Sociolinguistics, Ethnolinguistics


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