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Theoretical and Applied Linguistics

Volume 4, Issue №1, 2018
COMPARATIVE LINGUISTICS

PRAGMATIC POTENTIAL OF REPORTATIVE CATEGORY AS THE COMPONENT OF INDIRECT EVIDENTIALITY

The article is devoted to the consideration of the pragmatic potential of reportative category as a nuclear component of indirect evidentiality. The reportative category implies the indication of ...
LITERATURE OF PEOPLES AND NATIONS OF THE WORLD

EFFECTS OF DEATH IN THE POETRY OF RUMI AND WHITMAN

This paper is a minor part of my PhD dissertation “Elements of Sufism in the Poetry of Rumi and Whitman: A Comparative Study” in which the attempt has been ...

PROBING INTO THE MYTHOLOGICAL IMAGES IN MAO ZEDONG’S POEM “IMMORTALS: REPLY TO LI SHUYI”

Mythological images play an important role in literary works and are ingeniously applied in Mao Zedong’s poetry. By studying the various aspects of the mythological images in his poem, ...
THEORY OF LANGUAGE

DISCOURSE OF THE EDWARDIAN ERA RECONSTRUCTION IN THE TV-FORMAT

The article is devoted to the identification and study of the reconstruction of ethnic and social specificity of the Edwardian era discourse features in the modern British ‘Downton ...

THE ROLE OF A PHYSIOLOGICAL METAPHOR IN THE REPRESENTATION OF THE COGNITIVE FRAGMENT «EMOTIONAL SPACE»

The article covers the analysis of the Russian and German somatic vocabulary, including somatic phraseological units which represent the cognitive fragment “emotional space”. The importance of the problem ...

LANGUAGE AS A VERBAL CATEGORY OF THE WAY OF UNDERSTANDING THE WORLD

In the article, the process of nomination is studied through the prism of retrospective analysis of the relationship between the picture of the world and national culture; the ...
APPLIED LINGUISTICS

MICRO AND MACRO TYPOLOGICAL FEATURES OF THE MORPHOLOGY OF THE TURKISH LANGUAGE: CONFLICTING VIEWS BETWEEN WALS DATABASE AND NON-WALS DATABASE

Typology of morphology can be examined in terms of certain features e.g. fusions, exponence, inflectional synthesis, locus, affixation, reduplication, syncretism, etc.. or with broader typological features like multifunctional inflectional ...