Reflexion of relicts of mythological consciousness in English grammatical constructions

Abstract

 The aim of this article is to show how mythological consciousness is manifested in modern English language on the example of grammatical structures. The object of the research are English impersonal grammatical structures, grammatical archaisms, cases of using animate in relation to inanimate objects, and subject – reflected in it relicts of mythological consciousness. The scope of this work is to show how traits of mythological consciousness appear in modern grammatical constructions.

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M. I. Lisova

Samara State Academy of Social Sciences
and Humanities

Author for correspondence.
Email: morenovsv@ssau.ru
ORCID iD: 0000-0002-1825-0097

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