T. G. VANTSOVA (Saransk, Russia). Expression of gonorative deixis in Finno-Ugric languages (comparative analysis)

Expression of gonorative deixis in Finno-Ugric languages (comparative analysis)

Vantsova Tatiana G.,
Candidate Sc. {Philology}, Associate Professor, Department of Cultural and Ethnic Culture, Ogarev Mordovia State University (Saransk, Russia), vancova_tatyana@mail.ru

The article makes the comparative analysis of polite forms of addressing, expressed by personal pronouns in the Hungarian, Finnish, Estonian, Vepsian, Karelian, Komi-Zyryansky, Komi-Permian, Mansi, Khanty, Mari, Mordovian (Moksha, Erzya) and Udmurt languages.

Keywords: pronoun forms of politeness; you as a form of communication; speech etiquette; communication; official context; grammatical form of words; address; Finno-Ugric languages.


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