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March 2017, № 3 (203)



Yakovluk A.N., Kataeva S.V., Polyanichko M.V. LEXICAL AND GRAMMATICAL FEATURES OF THE FORMATION OF GERMANIC LANGUAGES ON THE EXAMPLE OF THE GERMAN LANGUAGEAppeal to the comparative historical method of research makes it possible to clarify many questions that are not yet fully revealed in linguistics, such as the development of modern grammatical forms, the formation of the vocabulary of languages. For this purpose a lot of ways of enriching the vocabulary and the formation of the grammatical system of German languages at an early stage of their functioning can be viewed. Comparison of the German language with other languages leads to a deep understanding of its history and background and the knowledge of the depth of the relationship between different languages. In the course of historical development, German became part of a large unity called the German language family. The analyzed period of language development laid the foundations for the formation of lexical and grammatical systems of the languages of the modern German group. The historical consideration of linguistic phenomena shows us how the lexical and grammatical features of language are steadily changing over the centuries in the course of the economic, social and cultural development of human society, as the fundamental foundations for the functioning of Germanic languages in their present form are laid.Key words: comparative-historical method, Germanic languages, German, vocabulary, grammatical form.

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Authors: Yakovlyuk A.N., Kataeva S.V., Polyanichko M.V.

Year: 2017


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