Psycholinguistic features not literary words


  • Ahmedova Muyassar Khodimatovna Assistant Professor, Uzbekistan State World Languages University, Candidate of Psychology, Uzbekistan


argo, communication, emotionality, information, jargon, modernization, ontogenesis, progress, psycholinguistics, speech


In the National Language Science today, the development of social language dialects is of particular interest. This article studies linguistic, psycholinguistic features of zhargon, argo and slag. Scientific ideas and views of some author's research in this area are analyzed. To date, the study of the characteristics of the language and speech, which is a means of communication, is important, the question of the scientific study of the national language is also relevant. The article we are talking about the need to study jargon words as a special layer of non-strained language. It addresses the psycholinguistic features of words-jargon, Argo and slang from a scientific point of view. Such words change and develop with the emergence of new words and concepts associated with the development of society. This article discusses the jargon used in Uzbek in everyday communication. It contains young generation slang words, which are the main layers of society.


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Khodimatovna, A. M. (2021). Psycholinguistic features not literary words. Linguistics and Culture Review, 5(S2), 1115-1121.



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