LEXICAL ORGANIZATION OF PHRASEOLOGISM IN ENGLISH AND UZBEK LANGUAGES

Authors

  • Sadullaeva Nilufar Azimovna Associate professor, at Foreign philology Department, National University of Uzbekistan, Uzbekistan

Keywords:

Analytic language, semantic-structural formation, nominative, communicative

Abstract

Current studies indicate that there are several alterations
between English and Uzbek idioms. In English phraseological unities
are divided into nominative, communicative, neither nominative nor
communicative types. In Uzbek they are separated into synonyms,
antonyms, homonyms according to semantic-structural organization. It
is obvious that the English and Uzbek languages formerly belong to two
diverse families that are the Indo-European and Turkic. In this work
show lexical formation of both languages according to several
statements.

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Published

2021-04-14

How to Cite

Sadullaeva Nilufar Azimovna. (2021). LEXICAL ORGANIZATION OF PHRASEOLOGISM IN ENGLISH AND UZBEK LANGUAGES. Euro-Asia Conferences, 4(1), 137–141. Retrieved from https://papers.euroasiaconference.com/index.php/eac/article/view/366