Structural and semantic peculiarities of money- related phraseological units
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COLENCIUC, Ina. Structural and semantic peculiarities of money- related phraseological units. In: Noi tendinţe în predarea limbajelor de specialitate în contextul racordării învăţământului superior la cerinţele pieţii muncii. Ediția 2, 18 martie 2017, Chişinău. Chişinău: USM, 2017, pp. 38-41. ISBN 978-9975-56-433-5.
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Noi tendinţe în predarea limbajelor de specialitate în contextul racordării învăţământului
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Chişinău, Moldova, 18 martie 2017

Structural and semantic peculiarities of money- related phraseological units

CZU: 811.111'373.7

Pag. 38-41

Colenciuc Ina
 
Free International University of Moldova
 
Disponibil în IBN: 31 august 2021


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Besides its economic function, money is an important social, psychological and linguistic category. Being emotionally coloured units, phraseological expressions are rich in attitudinal connotation. Unlike the Romanian and Russian languages, English is abundant in money-related phraseological units, widely used in the media, fiction and didactic literature both in Great Britain and in the USA. The article is devoted to the analysis of phraseological expressions on the topic „money”. Much attention is paid to the emotional character of phraseologisms and to the connotations evoked in the process of oral and written communication. The phraseological units are classified according to physical property, destination, the ways money can be obtained (in business operations, without much effort, with great effort, ivolving a breach of law) and assessments of money amounts. According to Arnold’s method of classification, the author identified nominal, verbal, aljectival, adverbial and prepositional phrases. Numerous examples of phraseological units are offered.

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phraseological unit, connotation, classification, culural association