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ERIC Number: EJ1115601
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2016
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Axiological Role of English Adjectives in English Language Teaching
Zerkina, Natalya N.; Kostina, Nataliia N.; Urazayeva, Nailya R.; Lomakina, Yekaterina A.; Emets, Tatiana V.; Gallyamova, Maria S.; Melnikova, Elena P.; Trutnev, Alexey Yu.; Lukina, Oksana A.
International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, v11 n12 p5146-5154 2016
The article focuses on peculiarities of English adjective teaching as one of main and important lexicological basis. As the English language nowadays is important and universal as a native language of worldwide society, exactly that's why process of learning must include wide range of techniques not only as a process of learning theories but also formation of human values. The reviewed adjectives as one of main and basic parts of speaking forms certain associations for a human worldview and perception. Their role is in objective evaluation of the world and its phenomena. The represented classification of adjectives includes 2 classes: empirical and rational. The role of English adjectives axiology is considered as a method of language valuation, representation of linguistic worldview by a human that allows us to determine reality and verity. Peculiarities of lexemes and their semantic variants are shown and also common lexicon of adjectives allows verbalization of universal notion in different variants. This research is important in language learning and in accuracy of its teaching. The stress is done upon the adjective as a part of speech as far as it represents a vast layer of vocabulary which forms linguistic worldview and represents in the cognition practice. Importance of the problem is huge both in theoretical and practical aspects and thus it is pragmatically significant.
Descriptors: Role, Form Classes (Languages), English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Semantics, Language Role, Learning Processes, Classification, Pragmatics, Teaching Methods
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