Morphemic Contraction of Chinese language by Method of “Unification” and Grammatical Characteristics of Complex Words

Bakaeva Barno

Abstract


The article Morphemes contraction 合并法 hébìnɡfǎ provides information on the "unification" method and the grammatical properties of complicated abbreviations. Morphemic contraction 合并法  hébìnɡfǎ The "combining" method is analysed using numerical types of reduction methods and examples. The aim of the research paper is to study and analyse the features of the expression of the “merger” method of morpheme contraction in Chinese. The objectives of the research work were: The analysis of theoretical views in Chinese linguistics; to study the characteristics of the methods of expression; To analyze the processes of contracting morpheme through examples from Chinese social and political texts; The thematic materials were analysed using descriptive, classical, analytical, component, translation, scheduling techniques. In the present research work, the terms related to the subject are described in terms of morpheme contractions, and various methods are illustrated using descriptive techniques. The means of morpheme contraction were reclassified according to the studies and were divided into several types within each way based on similar and different characteristics. Morpheme contraction methods have been studied and analysed using various examples. Morpheme contraction methods, structural models were analysed by the number of joints in the compound abbreviations.


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