FUNCTIONAL-SEMANTIC ANALYSIS OF COMPLEX SENTENCES WITHOUT CONJUNCTIONS IN MODERN KARAKALPAK LANGUAGE

Авторы

  • Mamutova Ulmeken Usaynovna 3rd year doctoral student Karakalpakstan branch of Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Karakalpak Humanities Scientific Research Institute

Ключевые слова:

structure, meaning, complex sentences, Karakalpak language, conjunctions, syntactic structure, types of clauses, semantic roles, cause-effect, condition, purpose, concession, linguistic strategies, language structure, language usage.

Аннотация

The article explores the structure and meaning of complex sentences in the Karakalpak language that do not use conjunctions. It aims to understand how these sentences are constructed and how they convey meaning without traditional conjunctions. The analysis involves examining the syntactic structure of these sentences and identifying the different types of clauses and their relationship within the sentence. It also involves analyzing the semantic roles and relationships expressed within these sentences, such as cause-effect, condition, purpose, or concession. According to the result of the research, this research area is valuable for deepening our understanding of language structure and usage in the modern Karakalpak language.

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Опубликован

2023-11-16

Как цитировать

Mamutova , U. . (2023). FUNCTIONAL-SEMANTIC ANALYSIS OF COMPLEX SENTENCES WITHOUT CONJUNCTIONS IN MODERN KARAKALPAK LANGUAGE. Академические исследования в современной науке, 2(24), 128–131. извлечено от http://econferences.ru/index.php/arims/article/view/9643