MONEY COMPONENT IN UKRAINIAN, POLAND AND ENGLISH PHRASEOLOGICAL PICTURES: LINGOCULTURAL ASPECT
The article provides a comparative analysis of phraselogical units with monetary component in Ukrainian, Polish and English phraseological pictures; it has been clarified that money is the subject of many sciences: economics, philosophy, psychology, sociology, etc., and it is an integral part of society, and therefore they are the part of a core value which indicates the importance of this concept. The article investigates and reveals universal and cultural-specific features of phrases with a component of money on the material of phraseological pictures of Ukrainian, Polish and English cultures. The relevance of phraseological units, sayings, proverbs, winged expressions with the money component in the modern world has been proved, because the phraseological picture better reflects the changes that are taking place in the sphere of economics, politics, culture etc., it has been found that money is associated with national self-knowledge; it has been revealed ambivalence regarding money: on the one hand, they arise as a value, and on the other, as a social evil. The most promising research is a comparative study of Slavic (Ukrainian, Byelorussian, Polish) and German (English, German) phrases to indicate people’s attitude to money.