Analysis of the Word, Structure and Its Essence
Keywords:emotional-expressive function, semantics, expressive meaning, integral unit, semantic structure, syntactic usage, transformation, lexemes, nominative, semas, ideographic, emotional-stylistic nuance, expression, evaluation, function, converse, excessive, sememas, integral, differential semas, structure.
This article is interpreted on the basis of the issues of general linguistic description of the word. It expresses such features as the transfer of phrases, sentences, words in the transformation of meaning on the logical basis of lexemes.
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