On the concept of “address” and its classification (on the example of Korean language)
Keywords:address, classification, exclamation, Gan So San, Kim Gyoo Son, Lee Djong Bok, Park Son Min, Wang Hwan Seog
An address is a word or phrase that denotes a person or object to which the speech is addressed. The units of address are a sharp, expressive means of conveying various modal meanings, reflecting the speaker's attitude to the listener, actively serving in the exchange of information and widely used in speech activity in our daily life. The article examines the views of Korean linguists on the definition of the concept of conversion. There are also detailed classifications of address, which are classified based on the independent opinion of Korean linguists.
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