MODAL WORDS IN THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE

Author(s): 
List of sections: 
Philological sciences - Open specialized section
Mounth / Year: 
2015, January
Issue of the journal: 
6
Pages: 
24-25
Type of the article: 
Scientific article
Abstract: 

In this article the author attempts to trace some features of presentation of modal words in the Russian language. Fixation of the ability of particles to make our speech more intense has served to the speaking area as the basis for actualization of this problem. The specified ability allows us considering the modal particles to be the shades of meaning.

Keywords: 
Russian language, modal words, modality, lexical-grammatical structures, speaking area.
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