THE PROBLEMS OF INTERRELATIONSHIP "ADJECTIVE – ADVERB" IN THE TATAR AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES

Abstract: 

The nature of conversion in two compared languages is different. In the Tatar language, at first, conversions are only morphologically isolated words. Secondly, even if words transit from one part of speech to another, they remain employed in their lexical grammatical classes. In English, a word formed by conversion begins to exist as a new word in the system of other parts of speech, and therefore it receives grammatical categories inherent in this part of speech.

Key words: 

conversion, word formation, adjective, adverb, parts of speech, the Tatar language, the English language.

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