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SOURCE:   Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2013. № 9. Part 2. P. 84-87.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Philological Sciences
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ON PRINCIPLES OF IMPERSONAL FORMS DIVISION IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Dzhandubaeva Natal'ya Mukhamedovna
Pyatigorsk State Linguistic University


Abstract. The article is devoted to the division of impersonal forms of the English verb having the same morphological marker -ing, but different cognitive-pragmatic component related to the degree of nominalization, contained in their semantics. The analysis shows that a verbal noun and a gerund take the top positions in this scale, and participles, which act as a condenser providing the compression of deep subordinate clause or as part of the analytical form of a verb, – the lower ones.
Key words and phrases: герундий, аспектуальность, темпоральность, номинализация, предикация, модификация, конденсер, сжатие информации, gerund, aspectuality, temporality, nominalization, predication, modification, condenser, data compression.
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