ACTIVE PROCESSES OF THE MODERN RUSSIAN

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List of sections: 
Philological sciences - Open specialized section
Mounth / Year: 
2016, May
Issue of the journal: 
10
Pages: 
44-50
Type of the article: 
Scientific article
Code: 
-
Abstract: 

We chose active processes occurring in the modern Russian language for consideration in the report. As it is generally known, the Russian language has undergone through considerable changes during the last centuries. A language is a living organism reflecting changes, which are taking place in modern rushing life. Russian is presented as the system, the norm and the style. Exactly from these three points of view we have been investigating it. The modern state of the language shows that the system is changing, the style of speech has changed and the norm of text has been replaced.

Keywords: 
active processes, word-formation, abbreviation, internationalization of language.
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