INTERPRETATION OF LINGUISTIC EXPRESSIONS OF PERSONAL FEELINGS

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Sherzod Kadirov
Jamol Jalolov
Sh Shokirov

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This article analyzes the aspects of connection with human language of new trends in linguistics, psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics, sociolinguistics. Personal feelings are interpreted from a linguistic point of view. In particular, the verbal expression of the speech activity of the characters in the text is studied.

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Kadirov , S. ., Jalolov , J., & Shokirov, S. (2022). INTERPRETATION OF LINGUISTIC EXPRESSIONS OF PERSONAL FEELINGS. Eurasian Journal of Academic Research, 2(12), 96–99. извлечено от https://in-academy.uz/index.php/ejar/article/view/5669

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