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Means of expression of incentive modality in Tatar and English languages

N. Khabirova, G. Abrosimova, K. M. Minullin, I. Khanipova, R. R. Khairutdinov, G. Ibragimov

Abstract


The relevance of the investigated problem is caused by the need to improve the functional approach to understanding the nature of the content incentive modality. The aim of the study is to identify the means of expression incentive modality in the Tatar and Russian languages, their similarities and differences. The leading approach to the study of the problems is selected descriptive-comparative method with its components - observation, comparison and generalization. The findings suggest that, in both languages there are corresponding counterparts, causing typological commonality; the most frequent way of expressing incentive modality in the English language are modal verbs and modal words, in Tatar - modal words as part of a complex predicate, the use of which depends on the context. Article Submissions may be useful in lecture courses on linguistics, in special courses on the problems of modality, as well as in the practice of teaching the Tatar and English languages.

Keywords: language, translation, bilingual, incentive modality, means of expression, typological intention.




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