NON-VERBAL SOMATIC COMPONENTS IN THE MODERN AZERBAIJAN LANGUAGE

Zhala GANIYEVA

Abstract


Introduction. Somatic components that are closely related to the meaning and grammatical aspects are structurally stable. Somatic components cover most of the phraseological connections. One of the sides of somatic components is the phraseological units that are formed by the names of the members of the body.

Рurpose of the article is to disclose and analyze peculiarities of non-verbal somatic components in modern Azerbaijan language.

Мethods of the analysis, synthesis, abstraction are used in the article.

Results. Many world linguists have put forward a number of different views in terms of the structure of phraseology. However, they did not put forward a fundamentally different point of view. In general, somatic components do not differ from the structure of free phrases and sentences. Thus, a somatic phraseological combination of somatic phraseological units bearing the nature of the phrase and meaning can be called somatic phraseological sentences expressing the idea of a somatic phraseological unit expressing a constructive sentence.

Originality. In general, somatic components do not differ from the structure of free phrases and sentences. Thus, a somatic phraseological unit, a combination of somatic phraseological units bearing the nature of the phrase and meaning, can be called somatic phraseological sentences expressing the idea of a somatic phraseological unit expressing a constructive sentence.

Conclusion. Most of the somatic components used in the Azerbaijani language are derived from a somatic word, mainly by combining two, three, four or more words in different syntactic relations. The main feature that distinguishes non-verbal somatic components from verbal somatic components is that they consist of the names of the particles that make them up.


Keywords


somatic; idiom; structure; grammar; noun; components; parts of speech

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