THE CORRELATION OF THE ADJECTIVAL MEANING WITH ITS SYNTACTIC FUNCTION AND COMBINABILITY TYPES
N.A. Kobrina, E.V. Gekman
The prevailing attitude in cognitive linguistics is that any structure is the result (or realization) of a previously formed concept. In this respect adjectives are mostly regarded as polysemantic and func-tionally adequate words in different syntactic positions. There are cases still, when their combinability is limited, or they are inadequate in some functions.