Classification of Uzbek and English phraseological units

Authors

  • Temur Ismatullayevich Khamrayev Samarkand State University

Keywords:

idioms, phraseology, English languages, Uzbek language, analysis, comparison, linguistics

Abstract

Phraseology is an integral and richest part of any language. In idioms we see historical signs of language formation, find unique features of culture and education, which significantly influenced the development of language. Idioms have an original character it is very difficult to find analogues in the language of translation. For example, along with purely national idioms in English and Uzbek phraseology, there are many international idioms that help to find appropriate meaning in translation. The phraseological fund of any language is a complex conglomerate of native and borrowed idioms with a clear dominance of the first ones. Some idioms retain stylistic elements - representatives of previous eras, reflecting the priorities of the time. The phraseological structure of Uzbek and English languages is very various, but have similar meaning. The considerable part of it is made by units with national and thematic semantics. In article in comparative aspect semantic properties of idioms of the Uzbek and English languages are considered.

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Published

2022-05-31

How to Cite

Khamrayev, T. I. (2022). Classification of Uzbek and English phraseological units. Science and Education, 3(5), 1926-1932. Retrieved from https://openscience.uz/index.php/sciedu/article/view/3671

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Philological Sciences