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SOURCE:   Philological Sciences. Issues of Theory and Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2013. № 3. Part 1. P. 172-178. ISSN 1997-2911.
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AREAL MOBILITY OF NEW ZEALAND LEXICAL SUBSTANDARD ELEMENTS IN THE SYSTEM OF POLYNATIONAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Trifanova Svetlana Sergeevna
Volgograd State Pedagogical University


Abstract. The author defines more exactly the basic notions related to the research topic, considers the inter-areal mobility of substandard lexical elements of the British, American, Australian and Maori origin which have made the most significant contribution to the formation of the New Zealand lexical vernacular, and reveals the main factors that contributed to the development and formation of the New Zealand version of the English language and its substandard.
Key words and phrases: национальный вариант языка, лексический субстандарт/лексическое просторечие, ареальная мобильность, культурно-языковой ареал, новозеландизм, national language version, lexical substandard/lexical vernacular, areal mobility, cultural-language areal, borrow.
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