Notions of “Good” and “Bad” in General but also in Terms of Attitude Towards Environmental Issues

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Abstract

The contrastive analysis of the lexical and semantic traits of the adjective phraseology from the Romanian and English languages was made on the basis of notions presenting different qualities of man, such as good and bad generally speaking but also with regard to man’s attitude towards the environment and the man created environmental issues. The contrastive analysis has demonstrated that the phrasal systems of the Romanian and English languages generally have both common x and specific features. Their knowledge allows for a deeper understanding of these two languages.

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