The issue of expression of human wishes in language
Keywords:anthropocentric paradigm, grammatical structure of wishes, lexical-grammatical units of wishes, linguistic expression of human desires, pragmatics, semantics of wishes, semantics, syntactic structure of wishes, wishes
This article deals with non-linguistic factors such as the expression of human desires in the Uzbek language, the anthropocentric nature of desires, how speakers perceive the world, personal experiences, language skills and knowledge, the age of the speakers, the psyche. The issue of connection with it also analyses the study of wish sentences in linguistics, especially in Uzbek linguistics, and raises current issues related to the study of these types of sentences.
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