Derivation and the Derivational Space in Phraseology as a Problem of the Language Contemporary Development
The Modern society undergoes considerable social, political, economic and other transformations that influence the language. Researchers note the changes in the language under the migratory processes influence (Ryazantsev et all, 2014; Karabulatova, Polivara 2013; Karabulatova, Sayfulina, Ahmetova, 2013; Sayfulina, Karabulatova, 2014; Gilazov et all, 2015). Using the language as the means of communication, the society creates the conditions for some or other language changes (Skandera 2007; Karabulatova, Polivara 2015; Karabulatova 2013; Nikolaev, 2006). One of the ways of enrichment of the language phrasicon is formation of phraseological units on the basis of already existing in the language phraseological units. Today the question of present interest concerns the paradigm "a productive phraseological unit → a derived phraseological unit" development, but up to the present moment the problem of the "secondary" phrase -formation remains low-developed and that’s why extremely contraversial (Ermakova, 2008; Karabulatova 2014; Lomakina 2014). Meanwhile the subject area value concerning the phraseological system development is obvious: learning the derivational potential of phraseological veils the secret of dynamic processes in the phraseological structure of Russian.
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