Pragmalinguistic aspect of Homogenous voice composites in Turkic languages (the case of Karakalpak and Uzbek languages)
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 687-692
AbstractThe article deals with the comparative study of English and Turkic, grammatical forms namely Karaklpak and Uzbek voice forms. The category of voice is one of the most complicated categories of verb morphology nearly in all the languages of the world.
Traditionally, the English language is typologically classified as an analytic language with the elements of the synthetic structure. This definition is exemplified by the category of voice is expressed by a synthetic form and the passive voice is expressed an analytical form of the word.
This fact only shows how topical is the research, that is the comparative study of voice forms in different languages.
The subject of the article is the homogeneous voice composites found a lot in Karakalpak and Uzbek languages. Here in one word form we sometimes find two or more voice meanings, which we named as “Homogeneous voice composites” that is simultaneous use of different voice forms.
This phenomenon can be met in very few, namely agglutinative languages of Karakalpak and Uzbek Type.
The author considers that this article will be of certain interest for those who investigates the pragmalinguistics aspect of language functioning, especially on the morphemic level.
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