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ROLE, STATUS, SIGNIFICANCE AND DEVELOPMENT STAGES OF ANGLICISMS IN THE UZBEK LANGUAGE

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Dilafruz Satimova Numonjonovna

Rubric:Applied Linguistics
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The article is devoted to the current issue of researching new lexical units that reflect modern changes and reality in various spheres of society. The language is constantly enriched at the lexical level. As a result of the influence of the international language - English, which is the cause of the development of many languages, the emergence of Anglicisms is taking a sharp turn in the language. This article discusses the acquisition of anglicisms in the Uzbek language for various reasons, the stages of development, and their importance in speech. Furthermore, it is discussed the use of foreign English lexemes in the current Uzbek language, perceived by the host language along with new realities and artefacts in formal and informal situations. In this regard, the article covers, explains, and analyzes Anglicisms scrupulously in the section on examples in the Uzbek language.

Keywords

neologism
anglicism
parameter
occasionalism
metalanguage
stages
lexical-grammatical
lexical-semantic
tendency
evolution.

Authors

Dilafruz Satimova Numonjonovna

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