|THE LINGUISTIC VARIABLE|
|Abstract. The article deals with questions of variability of incentive offers. It is noted that the incentive is a unit of language expression modality and relatively complete thought, having its grammatical structure and information. As the author tried to consider the variability of language units as an objective category. It is noted that the variability of the language common to all levels of linguistic structure.
|Key words: the imperative sentence, the description, the traditional grammar.
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