Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University


In this article is based on the separation of different types of emotional vocabulary from the English dictionary. The article addresses the notion of “sensitivity” to the meaning of the word, as well as identifying the role of emotional events in language and speech. An analysis of the emotional meaning of words that evoke emotionally or emotionally and similar emotions, that is, relationships with a particular reality. The concept of "emotional" and "expressiveness" is widely used.

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