LINGUISTIC FEATURES OF THE REFLECTION OF PHENOMENA IN SPORTS INTERNET SPEECH
This article delves into the linguistic characteristics that characterize discussions related to sports on the internet. It examines how sports enthusiasts and fans use specialized vocabulary, hyperbole, metaphors, and online communities' unique slang to communicate their passion and enthusiasm for various sports. The study explores the ways in which the internet speech surrounding sports reflects the emotions and camaraderie of fans, offering insights into the dynamic nature of online sports discourse.
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