15.06.2017 | 
Science
ISSUES RELATED TO ARMENIAN LANGUAGE WERE DISCUSSED
ISSUES RELATED TO ARMENIAN LANGUAGE WERE DISCUSSED
Today, YSU Faculty of Armenian Language hosted the session of young scientists’ school. The topic of the discussion was “Armenian language: from Mashtots to our days”.

The participants of the event, initiated by the Chair of the History of the Armenian Language and supported by the RA MES State Committee of Science, were from different universities, as well as young people immigrated from Artsakh, Georgia and Syria.

The project includes presentations by the young scientists, PhD students, researchers, renowned linguists. The reports referred to various issues related to the stages of development of the Armenian language, phonological, lexical, grammatical, linguistic different realities, controversial issues.

Dean of the faculty Artsrun Avagyan focused in his welcoming remarks on the role and significance of the native language.

Representative of the RA MES State Committee of Science Ruzan Asatryan was also present at this event. She read the message of the Chairman of the above mentioned committee Samvel Harutyunyan.

Head of the Chair of Armenian Language History Professor Anna Abajyan welcomed the participants and highlighted the idea of the school for young scientists: “We believe this event will be useful and beneficial for students in the process of making researches.”

Anna Abajyan made a report on “Linguistic repentances.” The linguist referred to a number of linguistic problems that distort the purity of our language.

In the end of the discussion the authors of reports gave exhaustive answers to questions from the audience.

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