No 2 (2016)

Articles
SCIENCE POPULAR TEXTS AS OBJECTS OF FUNCTIONAL STYLISTIC ANALYSIS
Voronova A.V.
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This article discusses the question of the status of scientific and popular type of speech in the system of functional styles of the Russian language, the concept of the popular science text. Popularization of scientific text is designed to expand the audience and connected with the search tools, including speech, to establish contact with the reader.
Russian Language Studies. 2016;(2):7-12
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METHODOLOGY OF INTERACTIVE EXERCISES FOR INCREASING PEDAGOGICAL INTERACTION EFFICIENCY
Ershova O.V., Yaroslavskaya I.I.
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This article deals with the methodology of interactive exercises, which are aimed at supporting and strengthening pedagogical interaction of educational activity participants. The authors consider the so-called copyright systems or cloud programs which provide teachers with a wide range of methods for creating interactive training and text assignments and exercises using the Internet resources involving text, graphical and video information that can be carried out without deep knowledge of programming languages and specialists in this field. The article is written on the basis of teaching Russian as a foreign language.
Russian Language Studies. 2016;(2):13-21
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INTERLINGUAL PHRASEOLOGICAL HOMONYMY AS A SOURCE OF INTERFERENCE
Ignatyeva N.D.
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The article examines the phenomenon of interlingual homonyms in phraseology in closely related languages on the example of Russian and Czech. The author highlights main types of such parallels and focuses on the issue of interlingual interference.
Russian Language Studies. 2016;(2):22-27
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COMMUNICATIVE NEEDS OF MONGOL NON-PHILOLOGISTS STUDYING RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Ojuunchuluun B.
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The article aims at pointing communicative needs of Mongol non-philologists studying Russian as a foreign language. It shows the results of Mongol students’ communicative needs.
Russian Language Studies. 2016;(2):28-33
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ON SOME REASONS OF RUSSIAN ORTHOGRAPHY CONTROVERSY
Tolstaja A.L.
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This study is devoted to the analysis of the characteristics of Russian orthography which seems to be very relevant from the point of view of modern linguistics. There is evidence in the linguistic literature, that various types of exceptions are supported by problematic interpretations that resulted in unsystematic change in the spelling of the Russian language, determined by human individual characteristics and social factors. In this case, the analysis devoted to overcoming the difficulties in grammar, not only Russian, but also in other languages is especially significant. The practical value of the study is stipulated by the fact that its theoretical principles, practical results, the proposed treatment of the contradictions of grammar can be used in training courses for the general, comparative-historical, typological and comparative linguistics, as well as in research work with students of philological and linguistic specialties of higher education.
Russian Language Studies. 2016;(2):34-40
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CORPUS-BASED STUDIES IN ENGLISH GRAMMAR TEACHING AT THE ADVANCED LEVEL
Zakharova E.A.
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In this article we consider how research using spoken and written corpora, including learner corpora, can assist in addressing the problem of what to include in an advanced syllabus. When we come to truly advanced level of teaching, we have to remember that at this point our students are already independent users. So this, obviously, has implications for methodology at the advanced level. It is important to remember that the advanced level is not just a higher version of the upper-intermediate level. The advanced level requires a qualitative, as well as quantitative, change in teaching and learning.Mike McCarthy, a Professor of Applied Linguistics at the University of Nottingham, states that the teaching of the advanced grammar can be structured, useful and directed towards academic and professional needs, if it is based on the evidence of spoken and written corpora, using both native-user and learner corpora, as well as specialized corpora such as spoken and written academic corpora. Thus, advanced-level grammar teaching should include: rare and difficult items, which are less frequent in the corpus, but which learners will be exposed to in academic/professional texts; grammar that is common but which is not often taught, or which students don’t use in their writing; grammar already known but with new meanings, new functions; meanings and functions already familiar to students but with new or different structures; key differences between spoken and written grammar; grammar that enhances style and promotes academic success.
Russian Language Studies. 2016;(2):41-49
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SPANISH LEXICOGRAPHICAL TRADITIONS OF CODIFICATION OF ANGLICISMS AND MEDIA TEXTS ABOUT FASHION
Kuznetsova N.A.
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The following article is the research of the trends in anglicism codifications used in glossy editions and various spanish dictionaries («DRAE», «Clave», «Diccionario de Anglicismos», «DPD»). The paper analyses the usage of borrowings in female magazines according to the rules prescribed by dictionaries.
Russian Language Studies. 2016;(2):50-56
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NATURAL METAPHORS FOR MODELLING THE IMAGE OF A PERSON WITH DISABILITY IN RUSSIAN AND AMERICAN MASS MEDIA DISCOURSE
Kurbanov I.A., Noskova S.G.
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There isn’t an aspect of social policy or experience that is not deeply caught up in disability issues. Disability is one of the great issues, like race, class and gender. In the studies of the contemporary social and political discourse there is a new, little known and topical direction, it is the analysis of conceptual metaphors modelling the image of a person with disability. The article deals at length with the cognitive, discursive and contextual analysis of the metaphoric model “DISABILITY IS NATURE” within the comparative aspect (based on the examples of Russian and American mass media discourse). In the analysis the natural metaphor has proved to possess a huge emotional potential for describing problems of people with disabilities. Russian Mass Media admit discriminatory ideas of ableism to such an extent that it shows little attention and misunderstanding of disability issues in Russian society in comparison with the American one.
Russian Language Studies. 2016;(2):57-62
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EXPRESSIVITY OF LEXICAL AND PHRASEOLOGICAL RESOURCES IN COSTA RICAN NATIONAL VARIANT OF SPANISH IN THE ASPECT OF INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION
Nikiforova S.A.
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The article analyzes the use of stylistically marked lexical units and phrasemes in national variants of Spanish language of Costa Rica and Spain as one of the most common means of speech intensification. The article also raises issues of keywords inherent in the Costa Rican linguistic picture of the world which can be used for intensification of speech as well. The proposed methodology for analysis of lexical units allows structuring the expressive lexical and phraseological material for its further use in foreign language-Spanish dictionaries.
Russian Language Studies. 2016;(2):63-73
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THE LEXICAL HUB OF CONTENT IN THE PROCESS SELF- ORGANIZATION OF TEXT AND DISCOURSE ON THE BACKGROUND OF SENEGALESE TRADITION
Faje F.D.
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The article presents a picture of the lexical components of the process of self-organization of text and discourse, functioning hub of meaning in text and discourse. The process of self-organization of text and discourse in Russian and Senegalese language cultures is extremely complex and not yet entirely understood. It passes through the actualization of cultural values shades of lexical hub of cultural meaning. The operation of the hub of meaning in the process of self-organization of text and discourse are almost endless variations of the new values produced a cultural environment in which there are these text and discourse.
Russian Language Studies. 2016;(2):74-79
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NON-EQUIVALENT WORDS IN THE IMAGE OF CHINA IN RUSSIAN EMIGRANTS’ LINGUISTIC CULTURE
Cui L.
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The article gives a specific description of the words with no direct equivalents that are used to create the cultural and linguistic image of China based on the works of the Far-Eastern emigrants. The classification of these words is provided according to the object and actuality. The role of the words in verbalizing the essential for emigrant linguistic culture semantic opposition “our - foreign”.
Russian Language Studies. 2016;(2):80-88
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CREATIVE APPROACH IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE GROUP PRESENTATIONS PREPARATION
Chernysheva E.V.
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This article touches upon the issue of teaching methods in preparing group presentations in a foreign language as a special tool of public speaking. The article defines this tool, gives a proof of practicability and usefulness of some selected methods, systematizes successful scenarios, gives methodological recommendations, describes organizational and pedagogic conditions favouring positive dynamics of future specialists presentation skills development.
Russian Language Studies. 2016;(2):89-96
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RUSSIAN VOWELS FOR CHINESE LANGUAGE SPEAKERS
Zhao Z.
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In this paper, by comparing articulations of vowels in Russian and Chinese languages the author describes the mistakes of Сhinese students studying Russian.
Russian Language Studies. 2016;(2):97-101
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RETsENZIYana monografiyu knigi: Makarov V.I. Formirovanie vostochnoslavyanskoy dialektologii kak istoriko-lingvisticheskoy distsiplinyvo II polovine XVIII - I polovine XX vv. Bryansk: RIO BGU, 2015. 392 s
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Russian Language Studies. 2016;(2):102-104
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Russian Language Studies. 2016;(2):105-106
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