Document Type: Research Article
Kazan Federal University, Kazan, Russia
Institute of Russian Languages. V.V. Vinogradov RAS, Moscow, Russia
As is known, lexico-semantic groups of words form individual microsystems in a langauge at both lexical and grammatical level, as well as in the context of word formation. It is impossible to examine lexico-semantic groups and their lexical description without a comparative analysis of such formations in multi-structural languages. This is the reason why we have chosen such a theme for this work. The subject of this comparative analysis is the multi-structural Russian and Tatar languages. This topic is relevant because of the existence of intercultural barriers faced with when examining verbs of motion in the context of bilingualism that, in our opinion, arises because of insufficient comparative analysis. Comparing of multi-structural languages makes their specificity clear and obvious. In this regard the level of word formation is of particular interest because when it is being examined, the typical feature that underlies the naming of a whole word class comes to surface, and systematic links and relashionships connecting the whole language structute become more evident.