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Functioning of Vocatives in Russian and Burmese: Comparative Analysis in the Context of Speaking Etiquette and Linguodidactics [ALRJournal]
ALRJournal. 2021; 5(9): 41-49 | DOI: 10.14744/alrj.2021.58751

Functioning of Vocatives in Russian and Burmese: Comparative Analysis in the Context of Speaking Etiquette and Linguodidactics

Natalia Ivanovna Gabova1, Svetlana Kharitonovna Khvan1, Myint Htun Naing2
1Chair L-1 «russian Language», «linguistics» Faculty, Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution Of Higher Education «n.e. Bauman Moscow State Technical University», (bmstu)
2Graduate School «san Pya Hsu Shin», Counselor At The «english House» School

The paper discusses particularities of the functioning of vocatives in Russian and Burmese in the context of speaking etiquette and linguodidactics. Seven groups of vocatives are considered in detail and compared. The paper analyses vocatives related with the evaluative function as one of expressive means of speaking, and focuses on the syntactic role of vocatives. It reveals similarities and differences in the use of vocative formulas in compared languages associated with differences in national character as well as with specificity of family and social relations.

Keywords: Vocative formulas in Russian and Burmese, functions of vocatives, communication components, speaking etiquette, linguistic and extralinguistic factors, linguocultural potential, idioethnic singularity.

Natalia Ivanovna Gabova, Svetlana Kharitonovna Khvan, Myint Htun Naing. Functioning of Vocatives in Russian and Burmese: Comparative Analysis in the Context of Speaking Etiquette and Linguodidactics. ALRJournal. 2021; 5(9): 41-49

Corresponding Author: Myint Htun Naing, Myanmar (Burma)
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