Modal Component in Meaningful Structure of the Utterance with the Semantics of “Disappearance” in Russian

Authors

  • Ali Radhi Mashjel Mashjel University of Thi-Qar, College of Physical Education and Sport Sciencesو Thi-Qar, , Iraq.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.36586/jcl.2.2023.0.47.0038

Keywords:

component, modus, actual time, non-actual time

Abstract

Abstract

The article is devoted to the study of modal framework of the utterance with the semantics of “disappearance” in modern Russian language. The empirical basis of the study was the works of Russian writers, such as M.A. Bulgakov, F.M. Dostoevsky, A.I. Kuprin., L.M. Leonov, B.L. Pasternak, K.G. Paustovsky, L.N. Tolstoy, I.S. Turgenev and others. The author focuses special attention on the role of the modal component in the formation of the sentences and its modal semantics. A lot attention is paid to the analysis of the reasons of productivity / low productivity in the functioning of the temporal forms of the verbs that form these utterances. The nature of the material of study determined the choice of the following research methods and techniques: a descriptive method, in which the methods of observation, generalization and classification; structural method using the techniques of component analysis and statistical method using the technique of quantitative analysis. It was revealed that the “lexical meaning of the verb, the mode of action and the minimum or maximum (lexical indicators) context play an essential role in revealing the actuality or non-actuality of time.

Author Biography

Ali Radhi Mashjel Mashjel, University of Thi-Qar, College of Physical Education and Sport Sciencesو Thi-Qar, , Iraq.

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2022-12-13

How to Cite

Mashjel, A. R. M. (2022). Modal Component in Meaningful Structure of the Utterance with the Semantics of “Disappearance” in Russian. Journal of the College of Languages (JCL), (47), 38–62. https://doi.org/10.36586/jcl.2.2023.0.47.0038

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Department of English language