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SOURCE:    Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2017. № 1. Part 1. P. 141-146.
SCIENTIFIC AREA:    Philological Sciences
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Miriskaeva Kalisat Shakhidovna
Pyatigorsk State University

Abstract. The article systematizes the ways to translate the meanings of the verb can into Russian. It determines the means of lexicalization of the modal trajectories of the verb can in Russian and carries out cross-linguistic comparisons of its modal meanings with its ??"translemes" by the material of the bilingual section of the Russian National Corpus. The research results show that the initial meanings of the modal verb can are implemented in the Russian language with the help of language units, belonging to the different levels and related to the modal functional field of capability.
Key words and phrases: модальность, кросслингвистические модели лексикализации, лингвистическая типология, перевод, английский язык, русский язык, modality, cross-linguistic lexicalization models, linguistic typology, translation, the English language, the Russian language
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