Phraseological Word Combinations in the Newspaper New York Times

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І .THE BASIC USAGE OF PHRASEOLOGOCAL WORD COMBINATIONS …………....

1.1. Linguistic approach of phraseological word combinations …………………..…….…...

1.2. Classification of the phraseological word combinations…………………………….…

ІІ. FUNCTIONING OF PHRASEOLOGICAL WORD COMBINATIONS IN THE NEWSPAPER NEW YORK TIMES……………………………………………………...……...

2.1. Origin of the newspaper…………………………………………………….…………..

2.2. Brief history of the newspaper New York Times and Egemendi Kazakhstan………………………………………….……………………………………………….… 2.3. Functioning of phraseological word combinations in the newspaper New York Times and Egemendi Kazakhstan

CONCLUSION…………………………………………………….…………………….…...

REFERENCES............……………………………………………………...……………....

The actuality of the research. With the aim of basing upon the significance as an important relative form of phraseology, enriching the vocabulary, developing the speech action, formation of relative culture arose the problem in the methods of formation of phraseological word combinations. The object of the research. The process of using phraseological word combinations in teaching English language in business and political spheres. The aim of the research. To propose the effective method for enriching the vocabulary using business and political phraseological word combinations in the process of comprehencing English and Kazakh newspapers. The structure of the work. The research work consists of an introduction, two parts, conclusion, list of reference. This paper is devoted to define the role of idioms and proverbs in mass media. Our task consists in to indentify using the idioms in news articles. Before proceeding to the subject of the discussion the question is bound to arise whether mass media. The language – is the treasure of nation. To know language – is knowing and feeling richest and deepest sight of nation’s culture. In any language the role of idioms is differ with important sights. Idioms – is the peace of history, which appeared in ancient times. But the Mass media appeared later than idioms and proverbs. The first newspaper was printed in China 868 A.D. As Kazakh journalist Nurken Tokaev remarks each nation has it’s own idioms and proverbs which show the character, stereotypes, habits of the nation. Mass media - is an important part of our life. People from different walks of life have become nowadays listeners, readers, viewers. Or in other words, reading newspapers and magazines, watching TV, listening to the news on the radio are our main means of getting information in all its variety. Newspapers with their enormous circulation report different kinds of news. They carry articles which cover the latest international and national events. In linguistics, phraseology describes the context in which a word is used. This often includes typical usages and sequences, such as idioms, phrasal verbs, and multi-word lexical units.'Idiom' is not originally an English word – it is one of the many that have come into the language from Greek. 'Idiom' means 'one of a kind' and indicates that a phrase is being used with a special meaning that can be very different to the literal meaning. If someone says 'When Mr Bloggs fell over the files someone had left on the floor, he hit the roof.' we can understand that though Mr Bloggs actually hit the floor, he was extremely angry about it; because 'hitting the roof' is an idiom for being very angry and letting everyone know it. Idioms are a problem for language learners because they have to be learned individually, they are often ungrammatical, and English people often assume that their listeners know the idiom, and make a joke or a pun on it. For example 'When me Bloggs fell over the files someone had left on the floor, he went ballistic.' (That is, he hit the roof like a rocket...
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