The observation over the language material of both the English and the Tajik languages testifies to the fact that causative – consequential relationships comprise the wide spectrum of the properties of expression. Traditionally the formers are connected with complex sentences. The article under consideration dwells on causative-consequential relationships which function in the compound sentences structure. The supervisions showed that in the compound sentences of both English and Tajik constructed by means of coordinative conjunctions such as: « and – va» and «but- ammo, vale, lekin» alongside with copulative and adversative relations of some additional causative-consequential shades of meaning can be observed which arise under the influence of lexical components of a compound sentence and contextual conditions.
cause, consequence, compound sentence, coordinative conjunctions, semantic shades of meanings
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