CULTURAL TRANSFER OF EUROPE’S COMMON HERITAGE OF THE ENGLISH ORIGIN IN PHRASEOLOGY
Keywords:common European heritage, phraseologism, English language, Slovak language, equivalents
Europe’s common heritage (culture, history, traditions) has had a great impact on the languages sharing the same territory of the European continent. The influence of the mutual relationships between nations is predominantly visible in phraseology of each European language. The article deals with occurrence of certain multiword expressions, phraseologisms, e.g. collocations, idioms, idiomatic comparisons originated in common European source of the English origin, i.e. British and American phraseologisms, quotations of well-known British and American writers, philosophers, politicians, etc. The analysis focuses on the contrastive approach to the English and Slovak phraseology.
To cite this article:
Hudcovičová, Marianna. 2022. Cultural transfer of Europe’s common heritage of the English origin in phraseology. In: Nová filologická revue, 14(2), 65–73. Available at: https://doi.org/10.24040/nfr.2022.14.2.65-73
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