LINGUISTIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ONOMATOPOEIA IN JAPANESE LANGUAGE

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Bakirova Sadokatkhon Elmurod qizi
Rakhimova Khumora

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This article converses about the linguistic characteristics of the onomatopoeia in Japanese language.Imitative or onomatopoeic words are expressions that form a separate group according to their semantic and formal characteristics, imitating the sounds and images of people, animals and other living and non-living behaviors. In both Japanese and Uzbek, we meet reflection words in our daily routine. Thus, it is significant for language learners to analyze these words, in view of the fact that such words make the text more appealing.

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