The Semantics of Morphological Means of Expressing Human Emotions

Gulzhamal Ryskulova, Gulmira Satybaldieva, Nurjan Sartbekova


People face various psychological states, situations, emotions, and conflicts to realise their various desires in life, and they often deliver these situations to others through language means. Hence, there is a need to study various manifestations of the psychological state of a person, the phenomena of internal feelings, not only at the linguistic level, but also at the level of mental consciousness. Therefore, the main purpose of the work is to analyse the semantics of morphological means of expressing human emotions. Consideration of the definitions from various literary texts, explanation through linguistic means of various psychological situations that arose during communication to meet all the needs of humanity, the influence of expressed thoughts from these texts, emotions in various psychological situations, emotional stress, the definition of nature through psychological acceptance, and the interpretation of the expressive semantics in linguistic means contributed to this study. In the work, using the analysis of scientific studies of various scientists, it was determined that emotions play an important role in human communication. Phraseological units that are able to express the concepts of a state were analysed. It has been established that in psychology, the position of word units is used as communicative and significative functions, which makes it possible to outline the position as a means of exchanging opinions.

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