Release:2016, Vol. 2. №2
About the authors:Marina V. Vlavatskaya, Dr. Sci. (Philol.), Professor, Department of Foreign Languages, Faculty of Humanities, Novosibirsk State Technical University; email@example.com
This research is conducted in the context of combinatory linguistics that studies syntagmatic relations of lexical units and their combinatory potential. The creation of occasional collocations takes an important place in combinatory research. The lexical meaning of occasional phrases, i. e. an author’s formations that were created with the help of semantic combinability violations, do not appear in dictionaries. It allows to interpret them in different ways. In literature the importance of occasional pieces is undoubted. The basis of their creation is the author’s desire to reveal semantic facets economizing language means, to create extraordinary expressive representation of something, and to draw a unique individual world image. Using a functional-semantic analysis one can determine the lexical meaning of occasional phrases, the functions which they perform, and to identify the role of occasional phrases in creating an author’s world view.