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The lexico-grammatical ways of expressing the future in English and their corresponding forms in Azerbaijani

Author: 
SaadatNuriyeva
Subject Area: 
Social Sciences and Humanities
Abstract: 

Being non-cognate languages, the English and Azerbaijani languages differ greatly in grammatical structure, especially in the ways of expressing future.Being non-native speakers, Azerbaijanis have many difficulties in using proper means of futurity.For to eliminate those difficulties we find it necessary to give step by step analysis of the futurity basing on the principles of comparative typology, especially quantitative typology, which lets usinvestigate future tense in the two compared languages. The purpose of our investigation is to focus on the analysis of different scholars’ viewpoints about the future and to show the lexico-grammatical ways of expressing future in contemporary English, and consequently, provide their corresponding forms in Azerbaijani. As we have already given the analyses on the grammatical ways of expressing future in the paper “The Grammatical Ways of Expressing Future in English and their Corresponding Forms in Azerbaijani” (2016, 156),we’re going to analyze the lexico-grammatical ways of expressing future such as modal verbs (must, may, can, will, would, may, might, to be to etc.) some idioms with “to be” having modal shades of meaning (to be going to, to be about to, to be able to, to be expected to, to be due to,to be likely to, to be bound to, to be sure to, to be certain to, to be meant to, to be obliged to, to be supposed to, etc.), some set expressionswould better, would sooner, would rather, had better, had rather, had sooner+the bare infinitive, verbs with future meaning+(to) infinitive such as hope, expect, want, intent, promise, warn, wish, swear, plan, offer, attempt, dare, encourage, instruct, ask, aspire, allow, mean, agree, cause, choose, consent, prepare, propose, threaten etc., a group of verbs requiring the gerund.(to anticipate, to look forward to, to think of, to fancy, to mind, to imagine, to intend, to be intent on, to insist on, to hope, to need, to be on the verge of, to be on the point of, to be on the brink of, to consider, to contemplate, to put off, to feel like, to suggest, to want+gerund...)The article highlights these lexical ways of futurity by providing prominent linguists' theoretical points of view as well as the author`s own analysis and approach to the stated problem.

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