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VERBALIZATION OF CONCEPT “WATER AND FIRE” IN ENGLISH LINGUOCULTUROLOGY

Mamura Allanazarova, Mufassal Tashtemirova, Shaxlo Xaratova,Maxbuba Sadiqova, Miray Jalilova.

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That it is done in the framework of new anthropocentric linguistic trends-Cognitive linguistics and Linguoculturology; by the absence of researches of this concepts in the English language; by the importance of concepts Water and Fire in representing linguistic and national world pictures. Aim and tasks of research are the determination of linguocognitive, national-cultural value of concepts Water and Fire and specific features of its verbalization in lexical, word-formational, phraseological units, particularly in paremiologic, aphoristic texts in the English language. The degree of novelty of the research is determined by the fact that is the first investigation devoted to the cognitive and linguocultural study of concepts Water and Fire in the English language. The material of the research can be used in delivering lectures and practical lessons on General Linguistics, Cognitive Linguistics, Stylistics, Text linguistics, Text Analysis, Linguocultural Studies, in writing research works, text books and manuals. The results are complex method of cognitive-cultural analysis has been worked out, the cognitive and linguocultural value of concepts Water and Fire has been determined, the cognitive interpretation of metaphorical nominations that represent concepts Water and Fire has been done and national-cultural specificity of concepts Water and Fire has been defined. The conceptophere Water and Fire plays a great role in linguistic world pictures of the English linguoculture and represented by lexical, word formation, phraseological units as well as texts. The research can be continued in the framework of the following topics: comparative study of this concept in different languages; taxonomical analysis of concepts and conceptospheres in different languages; investigation of gender factors reflected in different concepts.

Key words: linguistic and cultural studies, the virtualization of Water / Fire concepts, Analysis of phraseological units, ethnolinguistics, lingvopragmatics, lingvoculturology, sociolinguistics, and cognitive linguistics.


 
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Mamura Allanazarova, Mufassal Tashtemirova, Shaxlo Xaratova,Maxbuba Sadiqova, Miray Jalilova. VERBALIZATION OF CONCEPT “WATER AND FIRE” IN ENGLISH LINGUOCULTUROLOGY. JCR. 2020; 7(2): 382-386. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.02.73


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Mamura Allanazarova, Mufassal Tashtemirova, Shaxlo Xaratova,Maxbuba Sadiqova, Miray Jalilova. VERBALIZATION OF CONCEPT “WATER AND FIRE” IN ENGLISH LINGUOCULTUROLOGY. JCR. 2020; 7(2): 382-386. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.02.73



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Mamura Allanazarova, Mufassal Tashtemirova, Shaxlo Xaratova,Maxbuba Sadiqova, Miray Jalilova. VERBALIZATION OF CONCEPT “WATER AND FIRE” IN ENGLISH LINGUOCULTUROLOGY. JCR. (2020), [cited March 06, 2020]; 7(2): 382-386. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.02.73



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Mamura Allanazarova, Mufassal Tashtemirova, Shaxlo Xaratova,Maxbuba Sadiqova, Miray Jalilova (2020) VERBALIZATION OF CONCEPT “WATER AND FIRE” IN ENGLISH LINGUOCULTUROLOGY. JCR, 7 (2), 382-386. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.02.73



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Mamura Allanazarova, Mufassal Tashtemirova, Shaxlo Xaratova,Maxbuba Sadiqova, Miray Jalilova. 2020. VERBALIZATION OF CONCEPT “WATER AND FIRE” IN ENGLISH LINGUOCULTUROLOGY. Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (2), 382-386. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.02.73



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Mamura Allanazarova, Mufassal Tashtemirova, Shaxlo Xaratova,Maxbuba Sadiqova, Miray Jalilova. "VERBALIZATION OF CONCEPT “WATER AND FIRE” IN ENGLISH LINGUOCULTUROLOGY." Journal of Critical Reviews 7 (2020), 382-386. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.02.73



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Mamura Allanazarova, Mufassal Tashtemirova, Shaxlo Xaratova,Maxbuba Sadiqova, Miray Jalilova. "VERBALIZATION OF CONCEPT “WATER AND FIRE” IN ENGLISH LINGUOCULTUROLOGY." Journal of Critical Reviews 7.2 (2020), 382-386. Print. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.02.73



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Mamura Allanazarova, Mufassal Tashtemirova, Shaxlo Xaratova,Maxbuba Sadiqova, Miray Jalilova (2020) VERBALIZATION OF CONCEPT “WATER AND FIRE” IN ENGLISH LINGUOCULTUROLOGY. Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (2), 382-386. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.02.73





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