Experience of using proverbs and sayings in the development of a student's speech in foreign-language schools

  • Bayamanova Gulden - 1st 2 year master's student of the Institute of Philology and multilingual education of the Abai Kazakh national pedagogical University, Almaty/Kazakhstan, e-mail: guld.97@mail.ru



Proverbs are the oldest form of oral literature. This is a collection of experience carefully preserved by our people for centuries, the essence of their thoughts, a legacy passed on from father to son. Proverbs and sayings impress with artistic, figurative expressions. The quality of proverbs is determined by their eloquence, sharpness of thought, dexterity, depth. Proverbs teach a person to appreciate words, to distinguish between good and evil, to be kind, compassionate, sensitive to others, to appreciate the pearls of folk art. Proverbs and proverbs are a chronicle of the thoughts of generations and a practical encyclopedia of the spiritual life of the people. This is a genre depicting various spheres of public life in the form of artistic images depicting the early childhood of man and echoes of the voices of generations. Thanks to these qualities, the slender schedule, passed down from generation to generation and which became a powerful motto and an ancient rule of the workers, was always revered by the people as a sacred heritage. Proverbs have a complex system and a summary of generations and social and historical practices, the genealogy of wisdom and the practical encyclopedia of the spiritual life of people. This is a kind of genre that reflects in the form of an artistic image a diverse sphere of social life, introducing colors of a distant infant era into a person's life. Thanks to such qualities, which spread from generation to generation and became the ancient rule and slogan of the mighty labor of the working masses.

Key words: proverbs, experience,heritage,language,value of language