SEMANTIC PECULIARITIES OF THE CONCEPT LANGUAGE POLICY IN A MULTILINGUAL ASPECT

  • Author : "Alla Anisimova, Mariia Dobrushyna, Nataliia Safonova"
  • Topic : "LANGUAGE POLICY, concept, sociolinguistic, multilingualism, society, cognitive linguistics, European Union (EU), globalization"
  • Issue : 47
  • DOI : ijme.2019.14001
  • received : 14.11
  • revised: 01.12.
  • accepted : 05.12
  • Pages : 1-12
  • Abstract : The article deals with the issues where linguistic the concept of LANGUAGE POLICY is revealed on both regional and international levels. It covers the description of LANGUAGE POLICY and some aspects of its influence on the process of development Ukrain
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For the Relation of the Inversion and the Perfect Semantics in Georgian verbs

  • Author : "Nino Bagration-davitashvili Meri Nikolaishvili"
  • Topic : "Inversion, Static verbs, Model, Perfect semantic"
  • Issue : 47
  • DOI : ijme.2019.14002
  • received : 12.11
  • revised: 02.12
  • accepted : 05.12
  • Pages : 13-18
  • Abstract : In Georgian the verbal form comprises the names expressing the subjectiveobjective references of certain quantity, which shows the representing signs to express the category of the subjective and objective person. However, sometimes the subjective perso
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Issues on Teaching Area Studies in Georgia

  • Author : "Elisabed Machitadze, Guranda Chelidze"
  • Topic : "Georgia, regional studies, globalization, cross-cultural studies, interdisciplinary, teaching"
  • Issue : 47
  • DOI : ijme.2019.14003
  • received : 14.11
  • revised: 01.12.
  • accepted : 06.12
  • Pages : 19-25
  • Abstract : Today, influence of globalization can be apparently seen in the spheres of politics, economics, culture and education. The countries are not able to isolate from one another anymore. Globalization influences social systems, institutes, communication sph
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Intonation of Interrogative Sentences in Zan (Megrelian-Laz) Language

  • Author : "Eter Shengelia, Natia Poniava"
  • Topic : "Intonation, stress, interrogative sentence, Zan (Megrelian-Laz) Language"
  • Issue : 47
  • DOI : ijme.2019.14004
  • received : 14.11
  • revised: 01.12.
  • accepted : 05.12
  • Pages : 26-34
  • Abstract : In the article, we discuss the intonation of interrogative sentences in Zan. Studying this topic has great importance not only with respect to a linguistic standpoint, but also with reference to teaching the Megrelian-Laz language. Empirical materials hav
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The Discussion on the Status of the Russian Language in Georgian Schools

  • Author : "Irine Chachanidze, Nato Tsuleiskiri, Tamar Guchua"
  • Topic : "the Georgian Language, the Russian Language, the Imereti Press, Language Situation, Sociolinguistics"
  • Issue : 47
  • DOI : ijme.2019.14005
  • received : 12.11
  • revised: 03.12
  • accepted : 06.12
  • Pages : 36-47
  • Abstract : The research of the sociolinguistic picture of Imereti according to the Imereti press of the 10-20s of XX century is among the issues which have not been studied yet. After the abolition of the statehood of Georgia in 1801 the Georgian language became p
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Gender Issue in Georgian General Education Institutions

  • Author : "Madona Mikeladze, Inga Shamilishvili"
  • Topic : "Gender, sensitivity, teachers, students, parents, Adjara Region"
  • Issue : 47
  • DOI : ijme.2019.14006
  • received : 08.11
  • revised: 04.12
  • accepted : 08.12
  • Pages : 48-55
  • Abstract : Gender Equality is one of the principles of functioning democratic society. It is clear that this principle should be integrated into the education system itself. Georgia, as in the State, has taken on commitment to establishing gender equality in the e
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The Functional-Semantic Analysis of Particles Expressing Simple Negation in the Svan Language

  • Author : "Ketevan Margiani, Tamar Chankseliani"
  • Topic : "Svan language, negation, particle, semantics"
  • Issue : 47
  • DOI : ijme.2019.14007
  • received : 14.11
  • revised: 01.12.
  • accepted : 08.12
  • Pages : 56-60
  • Abstract : t In the Svan language there are more negative particles as compared to other Kartvelian languages – Georgian, Megrelian and Laz. The negative particles in the Svan language form three semantic groups expressing simple negation, negation of possibility
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