On the Role of Cognitive Grammar in Modern Linguistics

Kuldashevа Shakhnoza Akramovna


The following article is devoted to the research of issues in a new direction in Linguistics, Cognitive grammar and its prosperity. The author gives own suggestion on cognitive functions of language means and ways of their realization, providing the table to express the ideas in detail.


Cognitive Grammar; Antropocentric Paradigm: Cognitive Functions Of Language Units; Concepts.

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