Herald of the G. Tsadasa Institute of Language, Literature and Art. Issue 21 (2020)
TO THE QUESTION ABOUT MORPHEMIC STRUCTURE OF PERSONAL PRONOUNS OF THE AVAR LANGUAGE
Pages: 12 - 17
The morphemic analysis of the five personal pronouns of the Avar language presented in the article revealed the following. 1. Having the same base structures, singular and plural personal pronouns have different struc-tures of root morphemes. The root morphemes of the singular personal pronouns are represented by two-component consonant + vowel structures. The root morphemes of plural personal pronouns are represented by three-component consonant + vowel + consonant structures. 2. All case forms of the singular personal pro-nouns are formed from an indirect basis. All case forms of personal plural are formed from a direct basis.
the Avar language, personal pronouns, morphemic analysis.
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