Document Type : Original Article


1 Zhetysu University named after I. Zhansugurov, Republic of Kazakhstan

2 M.Kh. Dulaty Taraz Regional University, Republic of Kazakhstan


Human activity can be manifested in linguistic reflection that makes it possible to recognize the individual linguistic arguments and the structure of the language. It is also an instrument for the formation of individual’s linguistic etiquette depending on the person’s consideration of the language norms. The authors aimed to determine the features of the language reflection process. In the course of the work, special literature was studied, and different points of view on the definition of reflection were analyzed. The authors agree with the view that there are three types of reflection, such as simple, scientific, and philosophical. As a result of the study, the following prerequisites to determine language reflection were identified: language and thinking, language consciousness, language culture, the culture of thought, the development of language and consciousness, respect for the native language, ability to express themselves properly in any environment, respect for the milieu, and accountability for mental and emotional activities.