WAYS OF APPEARANCE OF BORROWINGS IN MODERN ENGLISH. THEIR ASSIMILATION AND APPLICATION.

  • Svitlana Kaminska
  • Anna Momot
Keywords: borrowing, neologism, syntactic expression, assimilation, morphological structure

Abstract

Important and characteristic or peculiar features of any language and its vocabulary are mobility, changeability, striving for improvement and development. Any language in a certain extent enriches by new words at the expense of its own resources and of course at the expense of borrowings. The role of borrowings is different in different languages and it depends on the concrete historical circumstances of language development. In English the percent of loan words is higher than in other languages thanks to the historical events.
At the present stage, a new impulse is being traced to a more careful and detailed study of neologisms, which is due to the rapid growth of their number, that is, the frequent appearance of new realities naturally, necessitates the acceleration of the nomination process. One of the means of the emergence of new lexical units is borrowing.
The relevance of the topic of the article is also due to the increased attention of scholars to the borrowed vocabulary as a component of the vocabulary of English and the anthropocentric orientation of modern linguistic studies, the need to systematize foreign-language lexical units in modern marine English at semantic level. The study of borrowing in these aspects corresponds to the current categorical approaches to the study of linguistic phenomena, as it combines the parameters of both the traditional and the new linguistic paradigm.

Published
2020-07-11
How to Cite
Kaminska, S., & Momot, A. (2020). WAYS OF APPEARANCE OF BORROWINGS IN MODERN ENGLISH. THEIR ASSIMILATION AND APPLICATION. Scientific Notes of Ostroh Academy National University: Philology Series, (9(77), 220-223. Retrieved from https://journals.oa.edu.ua/Philology/article/view/2855
Section
MODERN APPROACHES AND INNOVATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES OF FORMING OF FOREIGN COMMUNICAT