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Results of Consistent Classification of Lexemes

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The article deals with the topic of consistent classification of lexemes, which shows the main criteria for the classification of lexemes according to their semantic, morphological and syntactic capabilities

Abstract

The article deals with the topic of consistent classification of lexemes, which shows the main criteria for the classification of lexemes according to their semantic, morphological and syntactic capabilities

Keywords

grammar
morphology
syntax
semantics
classification
language
and speech
criteria
syntactic function
constant word
lexeme
polysemy

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Sobirovich, M. I. (2022). Results of Consistent Classification of Lexemes. Middle European Scientific Bulletin, 24, 325-328. Retrieved from https://cejsr.academicjournal.io/index.php/journal/article/view/1336
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    1 June 2022
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    1 June 2022
  • Published
    1 June 2022