CHINESE AND SPANISH BORROWINGS IN RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
ResumenThe article is devoted to a very relevant topic – borrowings in Russian language. Borrowing is one of the most popular and widespread way of the language enrichment. It brings new words and meanings that create the possibility to express emotions and opinions by means of different lexical structures. Nevertheless, new borrowings bring new meanings that can substitute the original words and the process of borrowings slowly lead to the changes in the language and meaning itself. In this article two sources of borrowings are studied: Chinese and Spanish languages. These two languages are the most popular languages in the world. They are studied by millions of people every year that makes them the main resources of other languages enrichment apart from the English language. In the article all the borrowings from each language are grouped according to their lexical meaning. The history of these borrowings is studied and descried. The conclusion about the influence of each language on Russian language is made at the end of the research.
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