Hunter Lilian, Vashyst Kateryna, Khodtseva Alla. Еnglish speech innovations in the XXI century

Authors

  • Hunter Lilian CloL, London
  • Вашист К. М. Sumy State University
  • Khodtseva Alla Ukrainian Academy of Banking of NBU

Keywords:

“civil service” language, linguistic / extra-linguistic expеrience, lexical innovations, speech potential.

Abstract

The article analyses the English speech potential, the range of resources that the language has to
offer for our everyday usage, for so called “civil service” language. The language is quite a dynamic
system. Literary language is the language being used in a special way, it is never a faithful reflection
of everyday speech, and it may depart very considerably from the grammatical and other norms of the
speech. English is currently the world's most widely used language, having over 1.8 billion users
worldwide. It is the most malleable language on earth and is said to belong to everyone who speaks
it. Linguistic expеrience as well as extra-linguistic, which in turn implies on the special linguistic
usage, presuppоses the creation of lexical innovations being аuthorized, and then through some
discourse get into dictionary. Information of this kind is highly urgent for future translators, but it is
still rare to find any attempts to incorporate it systematically into a course of teaching.

Published

2020-04-02

How to Cite

Хантер Л., Vashyst Kateryna, & Ходцева А. О. (2020). Hunter Lilian, Vashyst Kateryna, Khodtseva Alla. Еnglish speech innovations in the XXI century. Philological Treatises, 7(3), 90–94. Retrieved from https://tractatus.sumdu.edu.ua/index.php/journal/article/view/339