No 3 (2014)

Articles
To the problem of linguistic and cultural adaptation of migrants
Shaklein V.M.
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The article studies the problem of linguistic and cultural adaptation of migrants in Russia.
Russian Language Studies. 2014;(3):5-10
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Russian cases in aspect of modern linguodidactics (the initial stage of study)
Mukhammad L.P.
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The article is devoted to Russian cases teaching to foreign students at the initial stage of study. The description of the cases is based on two fundamental principles - communicative and cognitive. It enables the author to allocate a comprehensive formal and cognitive representation of cases for teaching purposes.
Russian Language Studies. 2014;(3):11-16
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Language and speech competency at the stage of introduction to the study of russian as a foreign language
Esina Z.I., Kalinina V.S.
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The article analizes contemporary research in linguistics, methodology and application of its results in teaching Russian pronunciation to foreigners. It deals with the most important step of introduction to the Russian language learning, i. e. forming hearing and speaking skills and creating a perceptual framework on a limited lexical and grammatical material used in Introductory Phonetic-Grammar course.
Russian Language Studies. 2014;(3):17-20
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Abbreviation as a productive means of new phisiological terms formation
Kurilenko V.B., Shatalova L.S.
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The article considers abbreviation as an effective means of modern Russian word-formation in the field of normal physiology terminology. The author explores lexical, semantic and phonetic features of this word-formation method. The classification and linguistic analysis of the modern terms of normal physiology, selected from medical texts and dictionaries are also given.
Russian Language Studies. 2014;(3):21-25
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Russian noun gender comparative teaching to tajik students
Ismailova K.E.
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This article examines the category of noun gender and gives it a comparative analysis on the basis of two languages for teaching Russian as a foreign language to Tajik students
Russian Language Studies. 2014;(3):26-30
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Linguistic and cultural analysis of family relations lexis in russian proverbs and sayings
Akhnina K.V., Shaklein V.M.
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The author of the article analyzes the lexis of family relations in Russian proverbs and sayings.
Russian Language Studies. 2014;(3):31-35
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To the description of psycholinguistic meaning of the word
Rudakova A.V.
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The article describes a psycholinguistic meaning of a word. On the example of the word kobel’ “a male dog” the author analyzes the problems of describing a psycholinguistic meaning - the place of “false” meanings in the word meaning structure, denoting an emotional and evaluative characteristics of a sememe.
Russian Language Studies. 2014;(3):36-42
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On the role of cultural component of word meaning
Cui Liwei -.
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The article characterizes a cultural component in word meaning. The author studies implicit and explicit ways of rendering cultural information.
Russian Language Studies. 2014;(3):43-47
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The specific of syntactics of a linguistic sign in a poetic text
Muratova H.Y.
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The paper investigates the specific syntactics of a sign in a poetic text. The author argues that a new meaning at a higher level of abstraction observed in a poetic language arises with the help of compatibility of non-standard lexical items, which can be any of the main parts of speech. But the most active are three types of the compatability: the combination of a verb with a noun, an adjective or a participle with a noun, combination of nouns. On the material of poetic texts by M. Tsvetaeva, B. Akhmadullina, B. Pasternak, A. Voznesensky, Ye. Yevtushenko, N. Zabolotsky the author identifies main, the most frequent types of non-standard combinations of lexemes in the poetic text.
Russian Language Studies. 2014;(3):48-52
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Phraseologycal and paremiologycal representation of concept stupidity in russian language on the background of chinese language
Ma Qing -.
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The idioms that represent the concept stupidity in the Russian language on the background of the Chinese language are being studied in this paper. The article considers the theoretical notions of the concept and phraseological meaning and investigate the signs that represent concept glupost’ (stupidity) in the Russian language on the background of the Chinese language. The phraseological corpuses of the two languages have similarities and difference The Russian language is the basic material of the study, and the Chinese language serves as a background of the cultural identity of the phraseological material.
Russian Language Studies. 2014;(3):53-57
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Interference sources in the field of vocalism in russian speech of the japanese
Nosova V.V., Loginova I.M.
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The article compares the Russian and Japanese languages in the aspect of teaching Russian to Japanese students. For this purpose, in particular, typological analysis of vocalism of the Russian and Japanese languages systems is performed.
Russian Language Studies. 2014;(3):58-63
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The specifics of conventional norms in the dialogue “adult-child”
Kakhovskaya Y.V.
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The article reviews the problems of conventional norms functioning in the dialogue “adult - child”.
Russian Language Studies. 2014;(3):64-70
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Some linguistic features of newspaper mediatexts
Voronova A.V., Minakova N.A.
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The article characterizes linguistic features of newspaper texts. The Russian language is used here as the instrument of professional communication. Nowadays teaching Russian as a foreign language is focused at a great extent and takes into account communicative needs of different categories of students.
Russian Language Studies. 2014;(3):71-75
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Forming intersubject competence of teachers-specialists in russian philology in electronic language teaching
Gartsov A.D., Asanova C.A.
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The present article is devoted to the questions of forming intersubject competence of teachers-specialists in Russian philology in the aspect of professional development at the present stage. It is noted that electronic language teaching is closely connected with a number of traditional and innovative disciplines.
Russian Language Studies. 2014;(3):76-81
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Sound interference of roman languages speakers in russian vocalism
Bondareva V.V., Loginova I.M.
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The article studies sound interference in the area of Russian vocalism in the speech of Roman languages speakers.
Russian Language Studies. 2014;(3):82-86
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Challenges in translating commercial agreements
Stepanova V.V., Kiseleva L.A.
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The article studies the incongruity of stylistic organization of an agreement as one of the types of legal discourse in English and Russian. The comparative analysis of certain stylistic differences (lexical, grammatical, and syntactical) and the tips for translation suggested in this concise work are aimed at better understanding and interpreting the legal document of the given format.
Russian Language Studies. 2014;(3):87-95
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Educational Interpreting as a specialized type of Public Service Interpreting
Vasilenko L.Y., Titova O.K.
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The article examines characteristic features of educational interpreting as a specific field of professional activity within the framework of Public Service Interpreting. The article also considers criteria of effectiveness of interpreting in educational settings.
Russian Language Studies. 2014;(3):96-99
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Translation: linguistic and ethnical barrier
Gusarov D.A., Gusarova N.S., Semenov A.L.
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The research establishes that the text as a syntactical construction functions as a universal medium for meaning and ethnical information. Then in the course of translation a “linguo-ethnical barrier” acts an instrument, which gathers different nonlinguistic facts as a translator’s complex of presupposition.
Russian Language Studies. 2014;(3):100-106
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A new approach to foreign languages’ teaching to students of non-linguistic faculties
Mekeko N.M.
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The article investigates the update teaching methods of professionally oriented foreign language in non-linguistic high schools. It is proposed to combine traditional and innovative methods that will generate strong knowledge by students of professionally oriented foreign language.
Russian Language Studies. 2014;(3):107-110
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To the role of game component in teaching foreign languages for special purposes
Nikulina M.A.
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The article is devoted to the role of the communicative game component in teaching foreign languages for special purposes to high school students. The psychological foundation of the advantages of a communicative game in the educational process is given in the aspect of speech activity theory. The article also contains a few examples of communicative games in English - for students studying physics and natural sciences. «principle of ranking» and the «survival scenario» are on the basis of the given games. These games can be easily adapted to the students of other specialties.
Russian Language Studies. 2014;(3):111-115
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Working out the course “videomaterials for self-studies”
Emelyanova T.V.
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The article is focused on the issues of developing and using the English language course “Video materials for self-studies” for law faculty bachelors in Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia. The author highlights relevance and a great actual interest of the course, suggests analysis of its structure and practical realization and outlines further steps for its development.
Russian Language Studies. 2014;(3):116-120
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Forming foreign students’ independent reading skills at the initial stage of learning
Bolshakova N.G.
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The article is devoted to the problems of teaching foreign students independent reading on the basis of the textbook “We learn to read Russian independently. At school and at home”.
Russian Language Studies. 2014;(3):121-124
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Russian test for migrants
Baryshnikova E.N.
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This article deals with topical issues of Russian test for migrants, which is currently under development and testing.
Russian Language Studies. 2014;(3):125-130
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On the etymology of placenames in chronicles
Yuyukin M.A.
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The author provides an etymological analysis of several place names mentioned in Russian chronicles in the middle and the late periods of the Old Russian language history (the 14-17 th centuries) ( Kshchema, Naruchad’ (Narovchat), Pokcha (Pochka), Ust’ Vymskiy, Ushitva, Khutyn’, Tchukhloma ).
Russian Language Studies. 2014;(3):131-135
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Spanish in equatorial guinea: sociolinguistic research
Naydenova N.S.
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The article deals with the linguistic situation and policy of Equatorial Guinea. Linguistic examples at different levels are borrowed from literary works of Guinean writers.
Russian Language Studies. 2014;(3):136-144
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The Centre of Intensive Foreign Languages Teaching in Algeria
Shaklein V.M., Kovyrshina N.B., Mitrofanova I.I.
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Russian Language Studies. 2014;(3):145-147
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Russian Language Studies. 2014;(3):148-151
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