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COMPARATIVE LINGUISTICS

SEMANTIC AND PRAGMATIC PECULIARITIES OF ORNITHONIMS IN METAPHORICS OF RUSSIAN AND SPANISH LINGUOCULTURES

Volume 1, Issue №1, 2014
The article offers a comparative approach to the analysis of figurative meanings of birds’ denominations in Russian and Spanish languages; the pragmatics of their figurative usage in everyday conversational speech ...

HUMAN CHARACTER IN SIMPLE COMPARISON WITH ANTHROPONYM AND CONJUCTION КАК – JAKO IN RUSSIAN AND CZECH LANGUAGES

Volume 1, Issue №1, 2014
Russian and Czech simple fixed comparisons with anthroponyms and with the conjuction как – jako as symbols of human character. The use of phraseology and comparison as a tool of ...

VALUE OF “MENTALITY” AND “MENTAL” CONCEPTS IN RUSSIAN, NGLISH AND FRENCH

Volume 1, Issue №1, 2014
The article dwells on the cognitive-national sphere which is the subject of attention of researchers nowadays. One of the concepts that are difficult to detect, includes the concept of mentality, ...

UNIVERSAL AND ETHNIC FEATURES OF INDO-EUROPEAN ONYMS

Volume 1, Issue №1, 2014
The author conducts a comparative analysis of British, Russian and American onyms from the point of view of the theory of language structuring levels concerning concepts of linguistic cognitive speaker ...

COMPLEX STRUCTURE OF FICTION CONCEPT IN THE CROSS-CULTURAL SPHERE OF TRANSLATION

Volume 1, Issue №1, 2014
The article deals with the literary text as the complex research construct. The cognitive-hermeneutic analysis of fiction concept architectonics is represented. The concept sphere of M. Boulgakov`s “The White Guard” ...

Strategies of Russian-Spanish translation of gastronomy-related cultural referents in M. Bulgakov's novel The Master and Margarita

Volume 9, Issue №4, 2023
The translation of cultural referents has been one of the key topics throughout the history of translation science many traductologists have offered different systematisations of cultural referents, and ...

Directive constructions in educational video blogs: a study of cross-cultural features

Volume 9, Issue №3, 2023
As videoblogging has become a universal, personalized, and affordable form of communicating diverse content to a wider public, educational video blogs (vlogs) have been gaining popularity as a ...

Synaesthetic metaphor and its reproduction in Russian-to-English translation: a frame-based study

Volume 9, Issue №3, 2023
The paper offers speculations and inferences about linguistic synaesthesia and the synaesthetic metaphor. Being a predominant form of linguistic synaesthesia, synaesthetic metaphors make up a specific class of ...

Apart together in extremis: an exploratory study of online social media discourse on the emergency shift to distance interpreting

Volume 9, Issue №2, 2023
This paper reports on an exploratory study of online social media (OSM) discourse on the emergency shift to distance/remote interpreting practices that occurred due to the unprecedented social distancing ...

The triad conscience-shame-consciousness in Russian and French: a notional aspect

Volume 8, Issue №3, 2022
The central unit of anthropological linguistics is a concept as a verbalized cultural sense. This article aims to study conscience in the Russian and French languages. Conscience refers to ...

Translating metaphors in economic media discourse: strategy challenges

Volume 8, Issue №3, 2022
The article deals with the research of language metaphors of English and German-language media discourse. The authors attempt to study the features of the use and translation of ...

Interrogative sentences and their functions in Russian and American political discourse: a comparative analysis

Volume 8, Issue №2, 2022
Despite the vast research on questions in linguistics, little is known about their functioning in political discourse. So the paper considers questions, their types and functions in political discourse. ...

Coronavirus pandemic reality in mass media discourse: a comparative analysis of English-Russian onomastic metaphors

Volume 8, Issue №1, 2022
The paper is devoted to the study of onomastic metaphors used in Russian and English mass media discourse to reflect the coronavirus pandemic situation. The status of onomastic metaphors ...

Auxiliary verbs of movement in French, English, Russian and Tatar

Volume 7, Issue №4, 2021
The purpose of this article is to identify the allomorphic and isomorphic features of auxiliary verbs in various analytical constructions. The scientific novelty of the research lies ...

Building the media picture of a city: the method of frame analysis

Volume 7, Issue №3, 2021
The article is written in the framework of cognitive linguistics, discourse analysis and frame theory. A frame is defined as a deep conceptual structure containing information about the world. ...

Reproduction of encrypted messages in fiction from English Into Russian

Volume 7, Issue №3, 2021
This article examines cases where translators are confronted with messages whose meaning is obscured by a simple cipher. Russian translators had to overcome certain difficulties while translating certain ...

Names of God in Vulgate and the Italian translations of the Old Testament

Volume 7, Issue №3, 2021
The present publication expands the analysis of the Old Testament translations into different languages. This line of studies was initiated by the works of the late French scholar Philippe ...

Adaptive Translation of Phraseological Units in Nikolai Ostrovsky’s "How the Steel was Tempered" into Chinese and English

Volume 7, Issue №2, 2021
The article considers the peculiarities of adaptive translation of phraseological units from Russian into Chinese and English based on the material of the literary text «Kak zakalyalas' stal'» (Eng. ...

Substantive phraseological terms of a two-component structure

Volume 7, Issue №2, 2021
The work is devoted to the study of the semantics of compound linguistic units from the sphere of business phraseology, which, on the one hand, are terms and, ...

Abbreviation in the Russian, English and German discourse of pop music

Volume 7, Issue №1, 2021
In modern discourse research the focus of attention is on the study of various lexical units and specifically abbreviations. The priority areas are their structural and semantic classification, trends ...
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