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SOURCE:    Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2013. № 3. Part 2. P. 175-178.
SCIENTIFIC AREA:    Philological Sciences
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Savchenko Dar'ya Sergeevna
St. Petersburg State University of Economics and Finance

Abstract. The author describes the semantics of characterized speech verbs in the comparative aspect of the Russian and English languages. Characterized speech verbs describe both speaking and vocalization at once. Though the English and Russian languages belong to the same type of languages that can have one-word description for the action and the mode of action, in the description of speech, and especially speech, which is characterized by emotions, the Russian language is distinguished by the use of such interesting group of verbs as reflexive verbs.
Key words and phrases: семантика, глаголы характеризованной речи, возвратные глаголы русского языка, русский язык, английский язык, эмоции, semantics, characterized speech verbs, reflexive verbs of Russian language, Russian language, English language, emotions
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