STUDYING THE MOTIVATIONAL RELATIONS OF LEXICAL UNITS
Motivational relations between the first stems and the secondary stems are determined in linguistics as the separate type of paradigmatic relations on the lexical level and are natural only for the secondary stems. There are three types of motivation on the lingual level: semiotic, formal (word-forming) and semantic. This article deals with the problem of motivational relations between the first stems and the secondary stems of lexical units.
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