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Abstract

In this item we will analyze the demonstration of the action, using variety of examples of onomatopoeia in Japanese language. Initially, we are going to look at a list of onomatopoeia which expresses actions such as sleeping and laughing. By using these onomatopoeia words, language learners will be able to express more precisely how to sleep and laugh, among other things. We can even use them at the doctors to express the symptoms. 


Additionally, there are many onomatopoeia words which describe the action of eating, too. Here, we introduce some of them which are used frequently.

Keywords

analysis Japanese language onomatopoeia ideophone facial expressions action sleeping laughing looking drinking eating mimic analogue crying manga

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Elmurod qizi, B. S., & Fakhriddin qizi, R. K. (2022). The Analysis of Demonstrating the Action in the Example of Onomatopoeia. CENTRAL ASIAN JOURNAL OF LITERATURE, PHILOSOPHY AND CULTURE, 3(6), 163-167. Retrieved from https://cajlpc.centralasianstudies.org/index.php/CAJLPC/article/view/399

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