Herald of the G. Tsadasa Institute of Language, Literature and Art. Issue 24 (2020)
PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS THAT EXPRESS THE RELATIONSHIP OF PEOPLE IN THE CHAMALI LANGUAGE
Pages: 29 - 34
A language without fixed expressions, which is extremely rare, is a poor language. The abundance of language in phraseological units is one of the indicators of the wealth of any language. They make speech figurative, colorful, markable, emotional, and give a certain stylistic coloring. The article examines some phraseological units in the Chamali language that reflect the relationship of people, and shows the features of their functioning. The results of the study are evidence of the richness of the expressive means of the language, reflecting the world outlook of people and the reality around them, the emotional life and mentality of the Chamali people.
phraseological unit, the Chamali language, national originality, relationships between people, fund of language means, positive and negative qualities.
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