THE NATURE OF THE SEMANTIC COMPATIBILITY OF WORD-BUILDING AFFIXES IN THE KOREAN, RUSSIAN AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES

  • Viktoriia Uriadova
Keywords: distantly related languages, word-building affixation, semantic conformity, synthetic languages, analytical languages, agglutinative languages

Abstract

The article examines the nature of semantic compatibility of derivational affixes, as well as word-building processes in the lexicogrammatical systems of synthetic (Russian), analytical (English) and agglutinative languages (Korean) languages. It examines the theory of valence (semantic compatibility) and the possibility of revealing the patterns of combination of stems within compounds and affixes in the structure of derived words of Korean, Russian and English languages.

Published
2018-10-26
How to Cite
Uriadova, V. (2018). THE NATURE OF THE SEMANTIC COMPATIBILITY OF WORD-BUILDING AFFIXES IN THE KOREAN, RUSSIAN AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES. Scientific Notes of Ostroh Academy National University: Philology Series, 2(69), 200-202. Retrieved from https://journals.oa.edu.ua/Philology/article/view/1688