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Current Issues in Philology and Pedagogical Linguistics
Aktualnye problemi filologii i pedagogicheskoi lingvistiki
ISSN 2079-6021(Print)
ISBN 2619-029X(Online)

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CATEGOR ISATION IN THE SPHERE OF FUNCTIONAL GRAMMAR (by the example of a causative situatioin of an emitional mode)

Shustova Svetlana V. /

Abstract: As exemplified by a causative situation which realises the mode of an emotional state, the author makes an attempt to present semantic variations of the category of causation in its emotional mode. The paper aims at determining semantic variations of a causative situation of an emotional mode and systematising them. The object of the research is the peculiarities of functioning of Russian emotive verbs of interpersonal semantics. The subject of the analysis is their functional potential. The data of the research were Russian verbs taken from Russian collocation and defining dictionaries. The research methods comprised a hypothetical-deductive method and contextual analysis. As a result of the analysis, five semantic variations of a causational situation of an emotional mode were determined. They are realised by causative verbs of perception, psychophysical sensations, mental state, understanding of an attitute to others, intuitive understanding of a situation

Keywords: category, functional semantic category, emotive meaning, semantic variation, system, subsystem, verb, emotional state, causative situation, causativeness

For citation: Shustova S.V. Categorisation in the Sphere of Functional Grammar (by the example of a causative situation of an emotional mode). Aktual’nye problemy filologii i pedagogiceskoj lingvistiki [Current Issues in Philology and Pedagogical Linguistics], 2018, no 2, рр. 7–13. (In Russ.). DOI: 10.29025/2079–6021-2018-2(30)-7-13

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ISSN 2079-6021 (Print)
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