SIMILAR AND DIFFERENT GRAMMATICAL CATEGORIES OF THE VERB IN DIFFERENT LANGUAGES (BASED ON ENGLISH AND AZERBAIJANI MATERIALS)

Keywords: verb, category, allomorphic and isomorphic aspects, Modern English, Participle.

Abstract

The grammatical and lexical peculiarities of the English verbs are the subject of the numerous scientific theoretical, practical, historical works touch upon the grammatical structure of the English language. However, in modern science the existed divergence of the opinions due to this problem, and also an assemblage of the new facts, new approaches and new methods of analysis predetermine a constant necessity and possibility of the further investigations, and that defines the actuality of our scientific research. A study of the structural-semantic features of the verbs, a formulization of the peculiarities of its using depending from its semantic meaning, an emphasizing of transformation, which are done during the translation of the analyzed verbs are the aims of our investigation.

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2022-12-26
How to Cite
Baghirova, N. (2022). SIMILAR AND DIFFERENT GRAMMATICAL CATEGORIES OF THE VERB IN DIFFERENT LANGUAGES (BASED ON ENGLISH AND AZERBAIJANI MATERIALS). Scientific Journal of Polonia University, 54(5), 16-23. https://doi.org/10.23856/5402
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LANGUAGE, CULTURE, COMMUNICATION