Central Asian Problems of Modern Science and Education


This article is dedicated to the syntactical analysis of phraseological units with component denoting “money” in teaching English Lexicology classes. Besides, teaching English phrases is designed not only for learning in the classroom, but also for expanding vocabulary in oral speech, and at the same time teachers must know how to use appropriate methodological techniques so that students can use them for real purposes. The peculiarity of teaching these units through different methods is that, they have the main features of the sentence; on the other hand, they are characterized by phraseological nature. In their composition there are components of two types: constant, defining the construction itself and being the exponents of meaning and variable, the words of the category parts of speech which are lexically free. Such a composition of syntactic idioms suggests that phraseological sentences are partially reproduced. The analysis of existing approaches to its understanding allows us to specify a number of differential features as well as proposing a working definition of syntactic phraseology.

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