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SOURCE:   Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2016. № 4. Part 2. P. 128-131.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Philological Sciences
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STRUCTURAL AND SEMANTIC CHARACTERISTICS OF COMPOUND THEATRE TERMS OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Nifanova Tat'yana Sergeevna
Northern (Arctic) Federal University (Branch) in Severodvinsk


Abstract. The article gives the general characteristics of compound theatre terms of the English language. Structural and semantic models, which underlie the formation of these terms, are established, and their quantitative composition is revealed. The component structure of theatre terms and types of syntactic connection between components are examined. Semantic groups, formed with compound theatre terms of the English language, are described. Extra- and intra-linguistic factors, having conditioned the features of compound theatre terms of the English language, are named.
Key words and phrases: составной термин, синтаксическое терминообразование, частеречная отнесенность, структурно-семантическая модель, тип синтаксической связи, структурная разновидность, грамматический организатор, compound term, syntactic term formation, part of speech attribution, structural and semantic model, the type of syntactic connection, structural variety, grammatical organizer.
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