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DOI: 10.18413/2313-8912-2017-3-1-13-16

EVERYDAY VOCABULARY IN THE SPEECH OF AFRICAN IMMIGRANTS IN FRANCE

The article is devoted to the description of foreign inclusions in the language of French-speaking African immigrants residing in France. The relevance of the topic of this article is related to the need to study the processes occurring in the language of African immigrants in France in conditions of bilingualism. The study of the phenomenon of foreign inclusions will explain the peculiarities of functioning of the French language of African bilinguals. The article explores the question of defining the term «foreign inclusion», as well as the frequently used everyday vocabulary from different areas of life. It is the everyday vocabulary that reflects the specific features of the worldview of Africans in France and their spiritual culture.
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