On the Definition Technology of Plan of Expression and Plan of Contents in Quantitative Categories within the Frame of Field Theory
Aliyeva Gulchohra Babali
Aliyeva Gulchohra Babali, Associate Professor, Department of Philology, Foreign Languages, Azerbaijan State Pedagogical University, Azerbaijan, Baku Gadzhibekova.
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Abstract: Development level of modern science of linguistics is characterized by increasing interest to the description of descriptive function of the language. That’s why the attention of the investigators, having changed its orientation, has directed to the study of mutual correlations of elements of different language levels, taking part in conveying the contents of the utterance. This allows making the analysis possible not only directed from forms to contents, from means to functions, but also it makes it possible to carry out analysis directed from contents to the forms/from functions to the means. In order to study quantity semantics expressed by the word form, having the meaning of grammatical quantity, we think it purposeful to devide them into two groups – to the morphological and syntactic forms. Morphological quantity forms are peculiar to the substantivized words and nouns possessing correlative quantity forms. These forms reflect logical dependence on the real quantity of the intended object. But syntactic quantity forms are peculiar to the words of parts of speech, the word forms of which depend on the nouns grammatically and which reflect their quantity. Contents plan of the quantity field and the analysis of the expression plan, the unification of language means within the quantity macro-field bases on the extremely generalized meaning of the quantity. We can distinguish two types of nuclear of the objects in the field of quantity: grammatical category of quantity and number. The difference between their usages often bases on the definite and indefinite quantity meanings. The nuclear in the field of quantity of the movements manifest themselves in the form of word-forming affixes and lexical means. In the field of quantity of signs comparative degree as a grammatical category can be accepted as nuclear. By this time context plays an important role in the expression of this or that quantity meaning.
Keywords: Quantity, Context, Semantics, Field Theory, Quantity Field Of The Objects, Quantity Field Of The Movements, Plan Of The Contents, Expression Plan.
Scope of the Article: Digital Signal Processing Theory