THE CHARACTERISTICS OF ENGLISH TERMS STRUCTURE IN ARCHITECTURE AND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

Keywords: structural typology, professional terms, component, multicomponent term, nomination, abbreviation

Abstract

The article deals with structural typology in architecture and construction terminology. Modern linguists pay great attention to the study of terminological units in different branches of industry in modern world. The rapid growth of terms number in architect and construction requires its study, description and systematization. The current body of research provides clear evidence of much attention being paid to the architecture and construction industry itself, and its terminology in particular. The task of the research was to compare the structural features and identify the quantitative ratio of components in architecture and construction terms. Consequently, the object of research was the English terminology of architecture and construction industry, and the subject concerned the structural peculiarities of the English architecture terms. English samples of architecture and construction terms from internet resources have been analysed. Structural peculiarities of English architecture and construction terms have been studied and defined by the methods of comparative and structural analysis.

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2020-10-05
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Ivanchenko, M. (2020). THE CHARACTERISTICS OF ENGLISH TERMS STRUCTURE IN ARCHITECTURE AND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY. Scientific Journal of Polonia University, 38(1-2), 41-45. https://doi.org/10.23856/3845