PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS DENOTING THE SPACE IN RUSSIAN

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List of sections: 
Slavic languages
Mounth / Year: 
2013, March
Issue of the journal: 
1
Pages: 
77-78
Type of the article: 
Scientific article
Abstract: 

The special role in transfer of world perception plays the phraseological structure of language. Historical development of people, their work, public relations, life, customs, traditions, peculiar living conditions leave imprint on national specifics of figurative language. Therefore, idioms are considered as custodians of cultural information.

Keywords: 
space, phraseological units, the Russian, cultural connotation
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