Word-building Patterns in Neologisms-Loanwords in Russian and Chinese

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The article treats structural methods used to form neologisms-Anglicisms as well as their assimilation in Russian and Chinese. There are being analyzed lexical units coined according to major patterns of modern English: contaminated words with partial phonetic juxtaposition, contaminated words with abbreviation, contaminated words implying three or more abbreviated components with partial phonetic juxtaposition . The Internet resources facilitate the generating of neologisms-occasionalisms-internationalisms in typologically and structurally different languages

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N V Perfilieva

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: kaf_yazik_rudn@mail.ru
The General and Russian Linguistics Department Philological Faculty

- Hu Peipei

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: kaf_yazik_rudn@mail.ru
The General and Russian Linguistics Department Philological Faculty

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