Cognitive linguistics and it's effect on teaching vocabulary

Authors

  • Yodgora Tukhtaboyeva Namangan State University

Keywords:

motivation, polysemes, idioms, metaphor, metonymy, elaboration, memory and mnemonics

Abstract

This collective volume is about ways in which cognitive linguistics (CL) more specifically, CL insights into the non-arbitrary nature of language can facilitate the teaching and learning of words and phrases in a second or foreign language.

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Published

2021-12-28

How to Cite

Tukhtaboyeva, Y. (2021). Cognitive linguistics and it’s effect on teaching vocabulary. Science and Education, 2(12), 568-570. Retrieved from https://openscience.uz/index.php/sciedu/article/view/2212