No 3 (2013)

Articles
Hounoring the teacher: Natalia Mikhailovna Firsova
Chesnokova O.S.
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Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2013;(3):5-8
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The status and classification of morphological alternations n in the system of the Russian inflexion
Denissenko V.N., Makhamadu B., Rybakov M.A.
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The problem of the status and classification of morphological alternations is being raised in the article on material of the Russian inflexion. The grounds of the scientific classification of the alternations: composition, positional conditionality, productiveness, function and place of implementation — are observed in the article.
Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2013;(3):9-13
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About the correlation between the notions “nonce-word” and “potential word”
Zakharova O.S.
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The article is devoted to the problem of differentiation of nonce-words and potential words. The common and the particular indications of these units are being analyzed.
Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2013;(3):14-25
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To axialogy of the mutual interest’s object at the field of reciprosity
Radzikhovskaya V.K.
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This report represents the constructive need also reveals valuable characteristics and gives denominations classification of the mutual interest’s object at the reciprosity’s field.
Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2013;(3):26-36
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Influence of speech situation and context on language locative expression
Fedoseeva L.N.
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The article discusses the problem of the relationship of language expression locative semantics and speech situation, context. Defined communicative role of locative. Revealed some patterns in the sphere. The conclusion about the conditions that lead to adequate understanding locative semantics to the author remarks.
Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2013;(3):37-43
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About an unknown manuscript of «Abaza dictionary» of the Decembrist V.P. Romanov
Abazov A.C.
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The present article is dedicated to the investigation of the manuscript «The Abazin dictionary» of the Decembrist Vladimir Pavlovich Romanov, compiled by him in 1827. Although the dictionary is entitled «Abazinian», the words included in it are, on the whole, Abkhazian. We are making an attempt to bring the given work into scientific use. The linguistic researches of V.P. Romanov are of scientific interest for the languages of the North Caucasus.
Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2013;(3):44-47
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Languages through linguistic and cultural studies
Kovyrshina N.B.
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Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2013;(3):48-49
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The foreign inclusions in the speech of francophone African immigrants in France
Baghana J., Glebova Y.A.
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This article discloses the notions of foreign inclusion, dwells on its features, describes the foreign inclusions in the speech of francophone African immigrants in France.
Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2013;(3):50-54
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Implicit elements indicating the subject of speech or thought in free indirect speech (Italian narrative of XIX—XXI centuries is considered as example)
Borisova E.S.
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The article focuses on circumstances in which free indirect speech appears in the selected Italian texts when there is no explicit indication of it, i.e. when introductive speech or mental predicates help the reader to identify the boundary between narrator’s and personage’s voices.
Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2013;(3):55-64
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To several problems of north-west dialects in Spain
Mamsurova E.N.
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Identification of language status “dialect/language” is one of the main and multi-aspect problems of Roman dialects. The present article deals with the lexis of substrate “La Fala” in Val de Xálìma region.
Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2013;(3):65-71
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Arabic proverbs about woman’s state and her place in Arabic society
Koukhareva E.V.
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This article investigates Arabic proverbs about woman’ state and her place in Arabic society as one of the sources and a mirror of Arabic ethnic picture and moral standards.
Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2013;(3):72-80
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The history of New Zealand English
Beckeyeva A.R.
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The article is dedicated to the peculiarities of the New Zealand English making, in particular, the main historical background is researched. The early national and cultural peculiarities of the New Zealand English are considered.
Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2013;(3):81-87
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Grammatical replacements in translation of German advertising texts of utomotive subject including participial constructions with attributive meaning
Mamedov A.N.
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Informative capacity of participial construction of source and target languages contributes to a more complex and multi aspect image of an expensive car. Dangling participles and attributive clauses placed after the determined word are being used in translation of extended adjectives with participles I and II. These grammatical transformations connected with reconstruction of semantic structure remain logically rational argumentation of an advertising text of the source language.
Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2013;(3):88-96
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Evaluative potential of adjectives in English
Chekulai I.V., Prokhorova O.N.
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The article deals with the peculiarities of objectivation of speech evaluation by means of the adjectives in English. The main problems appearing in connection with the actual evaluative content are investigated.
Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2013;(3):97-104
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Analysis of Spanish realia in the novel of E. Mendoza “No word from gurb”
Lilikovich O.S.
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The article deals with analysis of realia in Spanish culture. The analysis is based on the context of contemporary Spanish novel “No Word from Gurb” by E. Mendoza.
Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2013;(3):105-112
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US military ethnic stereotype reflected through ethnic anecdotes
Romanov A.S.
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The article covers ethnic anecdotes seen as a means of explication of ethnic stereotypes about American servicemen. Analysis of ethnic anecdotes is based on English ethnic anecdotes.
Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2013;(3):113-124
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Russian Journal of Linguistics. 2013;(3):125-126
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