Phraseological units and verbs in english usmonova Yulduz 11-6 chi 18 phraseological units


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PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS AND VERBS IN ENGLISH

Usmonova Yulduz

11-6 chi 18

PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS

  • Phraseology as the branch of Linguistics. The problem of terminology
  • Definition of phraseological units. Criteria for phraseologacal units
  • Three approaches towards the study of phraseological units
  • Classification of phraseological units

Phraseology

Phraseological Units

Proverb

  • sum up the collective wisdom of the community, a popular truth or a moral lesson in a concise and imaginative way
  • are metaphorical

It is important to note that free word-groups are but relatively free. Free word-groups may possess some of the features characteristic of phraseological units. On the other hand, phraseological units are heterogeneous. Alongside absolutely unchangeable phraseological units, there are expressions that allow some degree of substitution. Phraseology is concerned with all types of set expressions including those that stand for certain sentences.

  • It is important to note that free word-groups are but relatively free. Free word-groups may possess some of the features characteristic of phraseological units. On the other hand, phraseological units are heterogeneous. Alongside absolutely unchangeable phraseological units, there are expressions that allow some degree of substitution. Phraseology is concerned with all types of set expressions including those that stand for certain sentences.

Phrasological unities are expressions the meaning of which can be deduced from the meanings of their components; the meaning of the whole is based on the transferred meanings of the components, e.g.

  • Phrasological unities are expressions the meaning of which can be deduced from the meanings of their components; the meaning of the whole is based on the transferred meanings of the components, e.g.
  • to show one’s teeth (to be unfriendly),
  • to stand to one’s guns (to refuse to change one’s opinion), etc.
  • They are motivated expressions.

References:

  • Babich G.N. Lexicology: a Current Guide. Екатеринбург – Москва: изд-во «Белая медведица», 2006. С. – 101-112.
  • Zykova I.V. Practical Course in English Lexicology. M.: Academy, 2006. Pp. -128-134.

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