PHONETIC RULES IN THE AZERBAIJANI LANGUAGE


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Authors

  • Ulviyya Nasirova
  • Samira Hasanova
  • Phatima Dashdemirova

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.10492377

Keywords:

conventional, socio-cultural environment, through meaning

Abstract

Language is pronounced and heard, written and read with conventional signs-letters. Thus, although language takes forms such as spoken, written, read and heard speech, it is mainly manifested in sounds. As the language changes and develops, the sounds in the language can also change. The change of sounds, which are the material means of the changing language in connection with the development of the society, can lead to the change of a number of phonetic   phenomena of the language, and even the creation of new phonetic rules. Therefore, it is important to know the material part of the language, i.e. the sounds, to understand a number of phenomena and laws related to the sounds, in order to study the language both for practical purposes and for theoretical purposes.

Language, whatever its form, always exists in a certain tone. The psychology of speech confirms that the pronunciation and intonation of words and sentences exist in the brain of the writer and reader when a person writes or reads silently. However, during speaking and reading aloud, the sounding of words and sentences, their acoustic images are clearly manifested. Language is realized through meaning, and meaning, in turn, is a means of communication that connects language and the surrounding world. "Foreign linguistics" is generally considered to be the study of speech activity. Teaching a foreign language is a specific means of establishing contact with a foreign socio-cultural environment. Therefore, in order to be able to use the language realistically, the student should also master the cultural facts in addition to the language. In other words, the second goal emerges while learning a foreign language, that is, the student should know the culture of the people who speak that language in addition to the foreign language. This means learning to recognize, understand, and appreciate communicators."

"M. Kopruluzadeh's statement about the Azerbaijani literary language of that period attracts  our attention: “Azeri Turkish, or Eastern Oghuz dialect, which was the court and army language of Turkic states such as the Jalalirs, Karakoyuns, Akkoyuns, and Safavids, became a literary language starting from the end of the 13th century.” . Later, the author shows that many great poets who originally belonged to the Azeri field, such as Nasimi and Fuzuli, also played a great role in the evolution of Anatolian Turkish literature. (Agamusa Akhundov Phonetics of the Azerbaijani Language p. 5-6)

References

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Aghamusa Akhundov, Phonetics of Azerbaijani Language Maarif Nashriyyatı. Baku 1984

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A. Akhundov. Phonem problems in linguistics and phonetic structure of the Azerbaijani language. Bakı, 1964

H.Mirzezade . Historical morphology of the azerbaijan language. Bakı, 1962

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Published

2023-12-20

How to Cite

Nasirova , U., Hasanova, S., & Dashdemirova, P. (2023). PHONETIC RULES IN THE AZERBAIJANI LANGUAGE . ASES INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CULTURE, ART AND LITERATURE (ISSN: 3023-5480), 2(1), 33–39. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.10492377

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