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THEORY OF LANGUAGE

SOMATISMS «TÊTE» AND «BOUCHE» AS A PART OF PHRASEOLOGICAL AFRICANISMS

Volume 1, Issue №1, 2014
The article points out the phraseological Africanisms of African French, containing the somatisms yeux – «eyes» and bouche – «mouth», and compares their semantic content in relation to the French ...

FRENCH LINGUISTIC CULTURE AND NATIONAL HERITAGE

Volume 1, Issue №1, 2014
The article investigates the key concept of the French linguistic culture «patrimoine». The author studies vocabulary and discourse manifestations of the concept including its correlation with the national mentality of ...

The main documents of language personality (based on the literary character)

Volume 1, Issue №2, 2014
Language personality is a mode of existence in the linguistic and cultural environment. The author demonstrates a fairly well-known criteria, calling them the basic documents, that result in the identification ...

PHONETIC AND LEXICAL DEVIATIONS FROM THE NORMS OF MODERN LITERARY GERMAN (SYSTEM INNOVATIONS IN BAVARIAN DIALECT)

Volume 1, Issue №1, 2014
The article is devoted to research of specific features of Bavarian dialect of the modern literary German language on the level of phonetic and lexical changes. The dialect is remarkable ...

THE AXIOLOGICAL SPECIFICITY OF THE CONCEPT POWER IN A SEMANTIC STRUCTURE OF THE SET EXPRESSIONS IN ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN

Volume 1, Issue №1, 2014
The article views the axiological potentials of the set-expressions explicating the concept POWER in modern English and Russian. Both common conceptual value characteristic features of POWER of the said languages ...

MANAGEMENT DISCOURSE ANALYSIS FROM THE COGNITIVE VIEWPOINT

Volume 1, Issue №1, 2014
The introduction of cognitive models of different discourse types is a challenging research area within the context of cognitive and discourse linguistic paradigm. The main purpose of this paper is ...

SYNERGETIC EVOLUTIONARY MECHANISMS IN THE MORPHOLOGY OF ENGLISH

Volume 1, Issue №1, 2014
The paper deals with a number of synergetic evolutionary processes in a natural language grammar. Dissipation processes underlying the unification of morphology are illustrated through the example of English morphology. ...

LINGUISTIC CREATIVITY OF INTERLINGUAL SWITCHINGS IN A LITERARY TEXT

Volume 1, Issue №1, 2014
The article discusses the extension of functions of interlingual inserts through elucidation of their linguocreative potential. Using foreign words in the literary text changes its semantic and pragmatic characteristics, which ...

SPEECH ACT OF COMPLAINT: SEMANTICS, PRAGMATICS, TYPOLOGY

Volume 1, Issue №1, 2014
The article is devoted to the analysis of a significant for the Russian culture speech act of complaint. The author studies an idiomatic constituent of a “complaint” lexeme in the ...

Conceptual motivation and term-formation in mechanical terminology

Volume 6, Issue №4, 2020
Like in other terminologies, the terminology of mechanics in general, as well as its basic terminology is distinguished, among other things, for its Albanian composition by construction, for the ...

Does the category of verbal aspect exist in the Spanish language?

Volume 6, Issue №4, 2020
The pertinence of the topic stems from the fact that there is no single point of view on the category of verbal aspect in the Spanish language among grammarians. ...

The semantics of the word "strannichestvo" and its meanings

Volume 6, Issue №4, 2020
The article analyzes the observations of strannichestvo expounded in the home scientific literature at the beginning of the XXI century. The relevance of the study is due to ...

Perceptive feature "form" as a means of forming interpreting meanings of lexical units of the "plants" category (based on German and Russian)
 

Volume 6, Issue №4, 2020
The article is devoted to the study of the cognitive dominant feature "form" of the perception format as a means of forming interpreting meanings with the lexical units of ...

The functional potential of prepositions and their classification grounds

Volume 6, Issue №3, 2020
The fundamental category in the language system is the concept of parts of speech. The classification of parts of speech is based on a number of criteria that correlate with ...

Speech etiquette: the concept and comparison of the borders of the phenomenon in English and Russian

Volume 6, Issue №3, 2020
The article actualizes the problem of determining the concept of “speech etiquette” and the boundaries of this phenomenon in English and Russian speech. The author approaches the solution ...

Categorization of phraseological units: Russian/Italian expressions

Volume 6, Issue №3, 2020
The study on phraseology is wide and complex, since it examines different aspects of an entire linguistic branch. The current article takes into consideration the typology proposed by the ...

Epistemic modality and syntactical insubordination  in German and Russian

Volume 6, Issue №3, 2020
The article analyzes the correlation of such phenomena as 'syntactical insubordination' – 'the inner perspective' – 'deicticity' – 'epistemic modality'. Epistemicity is interpreted as deictic modality, whereas alethic modality is treated as ...

Structural characteristics of code-switching in Russian utterances of bilingual children in Russia and the USA

Volume 6, Issue №3, 2020
The main objective of the article is to compare the structural characteristics of code switching in the speech of four-year-old children who learn Russian and English in Russia and ...

Arabic Borrowings in the Lexical-Semantic System of the English Language: Etymological Analysis

Volume 6, Issue №2, 2020
Abstract The analysis of the origin of English words that were borrowed from the Arabic is given in the article. The base and reference point of this study ...

The mass media of Britain and Spain: Russian president’s image in the light of cultural linguistics
 

Volume 6, Issue №2, 2020
    The article is devoted to the problem of culture-significant lexemes used to describe the image of Russian Federation President V.V. Putin. English and Spanish speaking authors, who are native ...
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