Patterns of Entering New Words into the System of Word Forming Nests of the Russian Language (on the Material of Network Texts)

Authors

  • Akhmedova Aziza Husenovna Teacher of the department of Russian Language and Literature Samarkand State Institute of Foreign Languages

Keywords:

Russian language, complex structure, method, paradigm, neologisms

Abstract

The word-forming system of the Russian language is a complex structure that undergoes various changes. The derivative system of the language does not develop without the development of the vocabulary of the language, without the addition of new words. Modern Russian is a living system, where all new words that add to the lexical system take their place in the word-forming system of the language. As you know, there are several ways of formation of new words in the language: suffixal, prefixal, prefixe-suffix, substantiation (the transition of a word from one part of speech to another) etc. These are the most productive ways of word formation. However, there are other ways of word formation in the language, through which the vocabulary of the language is actively added.

References

Vishnevetskaya M. Dictionary of Changes 2014. -M., 2015. -p.90

Vishnevetskaya M. Dictionary of Changes 2015-2016. -M., 2018. -p.108.

Efremova T. V. New explanatory dictionary of the Russian language: explanatory-word formation. -M., 2000. - 752 p.

Marinova E.V. Features of the formation of new word-forming nests in modern Russian // Problems of the language norm. Abstracts of reports of the international conference "Seventh Shmelev Readings". M., 2006.

Tikhonov A.N. Word-forming dictionary of the Russian language in 2 volumes. Volume I.-M.,1985. -p.36.

Ибаев, А. (2021). Comparative syntactic devices as an object of language study. Общество и инновации, 2(8/S), 153-159.

Downloads

Published

2024-01-22

How to Cite

Akhmedova Aziza Husenovna. (2024). Patterns of Entering New Words into the System of Word Forming Nests of the Russian Language (on the Material of Network Texts). International Journal of Language Learning and Applied Linguistics, 3(1), 110–113. Retrieved from https://inter-publishing.com/index.php/IJLLAL/article/view/3362