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"Humanities and Science University Journal" № 25 (Philology and Archaeology, World History, Art History), 2016

Fully Reinterpreted Monovalent Enclosed Phraseological Units with Constant Dependency of Components (Based on material from English and Azerbaijani languages)

Givamaddin Abbas oglu Rahimov
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 The valence of a phraseological unit is its semantic and grammatical capacity to combine with another unit or group of units of the language. The fully reinterpreted enclosed phraseological units with a constant dependency of components are mainly monovalent and have one actualizator in con fi guration, which acts as the subject. Most of these phraseological units combine with other words with the semantics of a person. In both languages, these phraseological units are rarely combined with words with the semantics of fl ora and fauna.
Keywords: phraseological units, component, semantics, structure, valence, actualizator.
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