Manifestation Of The Generality-Specificity Dialectic In The Vowel System Of The Uzbek Language

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D. Nabieva , D.Nurmanova


Their semantically distinctive and supplementary characteristics play a significant role in the characterization of phonological oppositions. Based on this, phonological oppositions are separated into those that are phonologically relevant and those that are not. The material creation of words and morphemes, coupled with phonologically significant oppositions, have a purpose. Phonetic oppositions between sounds that are pronounced on top of phonologically significant oppositions are known as phonologically insignificant oppositions.

Phonologically significant elements cause phonemes to be in opposition to one another. Of course, each phoneme belongs to a specific opponent. Each sound that is really uttered gains phonologically irrelevant characteristics. This implies that the characterization of their phonologically significant and inconsequential properties is of enormous relevance in identifying the invariant-variant relations in the phonemic system of a language.

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