Uzbek Diplomatic Speech Lexis’ Semantic Relationship in Paradigmatic Lines
International Journal of Language and Linguistics
Volume 8, Issue 2, March 2020, Pages: 69-74
Received: Feb. 25, 2020; Accepted: Mar. 11, 2020; Published: Apr. 14, 2020
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Nargiza Umarovna Kha, Uzbek Language and Literature Department, History and Languages Faculty, Tashkent region Chirchiq State Pedagogical Institute, Chirchiq City, Uzbekistan
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Abstract
Diplomacy and diplomatic relations are a practical field, which has its role and status from the moment of policy management in ancient time. For the Uzbek people, the concepts of diplomacy and diplomatic relations are not news. Its roots go back to the distant past - history. However, the appearance of the language depends on the process of speech and speech activity, where speech is based on a specific speech environment. Diplomatic activity exists only when the government becomes independent. Modern Uzbek diplomacy has been forming since 1991, when Uzbekistan gained independence. Since then, a great opportunity has appeared for the linguistic study of diplomatic speech at Uzbek language. The following problems became the main incentive for studying diplomatic speech based on a linguistic approach. 1. In books about Rhetoric, diplomatic speech is limited to one paragraph. 2. Examples presented as diplomatic discourse are often supplemented by excerpts from the speech of historical and creative heroes of historical works or fiction. 3. Real diplomatic speeches, demanded and understanding modernity, are not available from a scientific point of view. In search of a solution to these problems, on this article researched lexemes that form the basis of diplomatic speech by exploring their paradigmatic relationships. As a result, it was discovered that there are more than two hundred lexeme associated with diplomatic speech. When they were selected and classified, ten thematic groups were formed, which means paradigmatic rows. The main purpose of this article is to study each semantic relationship between members of this paradigmatic lines in a linguistic aspect.
Keywords
Diplomatic Speech, Paradigm, Lexeme, Integral, Differential, Privative, Attitude
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Nargiza Umarovna Kha, Uzbek Diplomatic Speech Lexis’ Semantic Relationship in Paradigmatic Lines, International Journal of Language and Linguistics. Vol. 8, No. 2, 2020, pp. 69-74. doi: 10.11648/j.ijll.20200802.12
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