Expression of negative connotation in stable analogies associated with vegetables: on the example of Uzbek and Korean languages

https://doi.org/10.31295/ijhla.v4n1.1491

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association, connotation, flora, national-cultural, stable analogies, standard

Abstract

This article discusses the stable analogies of vegetables in Uzbek and Korean. The common features and differences between Uzbek and Korean language cultures, such as pepper, potatoes and onions, are highlighted. However, the various associations associated with these analogy standards and the negative connotations they represent are analyzed.

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2021-05-07

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Young, J. M. (2021). Expression of negative connotation in stable analogies associated with vegetables: on the example of Uzbek and Korean languages. International Journal of Humanities, Literature & Arts, 4(1), 6-10. https://doi.org/10.31295/ijhla.v4n1.1491

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