Metaphors in a Cognitive Aspect

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ABSTRACT

It is known that a metaphor is a poetic language core. At the same time in a spoken language there are many words formed in a metaphorical way. Recently metaphors like cognitive means became the object of research. In his article, metaphor is considered as a discourse means, acquainting us with mutual relations between the author and recipient.

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Nurdauletova, B. , Abdilova, G. and Saparbaikyzy, S. (2015) Metaphors in a Cognitive Aspect. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 3, 74-79. doi: 10.4236/jss.2015.32010.

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