No 3 (2012)

Articles
Sound and Image in the Poetry of Olzhas Suleyimenov
Kairbekov B.G.
Abstract
The article is devoted to the constructive and important part of the depiction of poetry - sound aspect of the verse. The sound in the poetic texts of O. Suleimenov, performing forming function, becomes a substantial element of poetics, the main tool that turns the outer world in the art world of the poet.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2012;(3):5-17
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Basic Terms of Synergy in the Poetical Language: Second article
Muratova E.Y.
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The article gives an account of synergetic concept of a poetic text; the mechanisms of the appearance of new artistic word meanings relating to synergy are being analyzed. The contents of basic synergetic terms concerning poetry are revealed.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2012;(3):18-22
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On Philological Hermeneutics: Essay of Text Interpretation, and Even More
Valentinova O.I.
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The article reviewed treats the issues tackled in course of the seminar on philological hermeneutics which is being revealed not just within the frame of interpreting texts of various kinds, but ontological background of humanities, intellectual and spiritual sphere, thought and word creativity.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2012;(3):23-26
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Translation Techniques of the Lexico-Syntactic Level: Analysis of a Fragment from A.P. Chekhov's Seagull (Chaika)
Guryanova M.A.
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The degree of translation adequacy and full-value depends on its compliance with the existing general linguistic norms. Vocabulary potential of a translator is determined by the proficiency of language to translate into. Key moments in course of transferring means of another language text are those three main features: context, word-collocations, the knowledge of ethnic specifications. Meanings of words and sentences and even whole abstracts are not autonomous, and depend on the general distributions and surroundings.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2012;(3):27-31
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Syllabic and Morphemic Correlation as a Typological Feature of the Russian Language
Popova E.N.
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The article demonstrates the analysis of syllabic and morphemic correlation in Russian, and reveals main grammar tendencies which determine the type of language and differ in spoken and written language forms.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2012;(3):32-35
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Grammatical Category of Case as an Object of Typological Studies
Rybakov M.A.
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The problem of typological investigation of the category of case is being raised in the article, which also deals with the criteria and goals of its study. The concepts of case including semantic and taxonomic aspects of this category are being observed, as well.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2012;(3):36-41
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Russian Infinitive Mononuclear Sentences Meaning Anticipation and Permanent Aptitude and the Means to Express Them in the Persian Language
Ali Madaeni Avval -., Maryam Moradi -.
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The article reviewed tackles the issue connected with the fact that in course of expressing Russian infinitive mononuclear sentences bearing the meaning of anticipation and permanent aptitude in the Persian language there appears as a rule the anomaly due to the necessity to transform both syntactical and lexical combinations at the predicative member of a sentence. This phenomenon is revealed in course of translation and comparative analysis.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2012;(3):42-49
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The Comparison of the Systems of Reflexive and Possessive Pronouns of the North-Iranian Dialect Shakhmirzadi, in Persian and Russian Languages
Salime Zamani -., Maryam Faal Khamedanchi -.
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The following article reviews some syntactic features of reflexive and possessive (genitive) pronouns in Shahmirzadi dialect and compares them with those of Persian and Russian pronouns. Studies on reflexive and genitive pronouns in this dialect illustrate that the genitive-reflexive pronoun xosh has syntactic features similar to Russian pronoun свой. The features are viewed in Persian reflexive pronouns too, but unlike Shahmirzadi or Russian it is not invariable in modern Persian language.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2012;(3):50-56
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Pictorial Background Base and Connotations of Set Expressions
Satenova S.K.
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A certain amount of phraseological units formed on the basis of zoolexis in Turkic languages coincide not only in meaning, but also in the structure and image representation, and are based on a single internal form. The majority of set expressions, proverbs, riddles, tongue twisters in the Kazakh language, depicting various aspects of life, are grouped around the words denoting the properties and quality of animals and pets. In any language the origins of phraseological units are related both to the grammatical structure of language and some extralinguistic factors.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2012;(3):57-63
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On the Word Almas (Diamond) in Russian: Second article
Buribaeva M.A.
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The article considers the role and functioning of originally Turkish words in Russian proceeding from monuments of the Russian literary writings and the National Russian Language Case. In particular, the history of occurrence of the word almas (diamond) in Russian is being traced.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2012;(3):64-70
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English Loan Words in the Chronicle of The Frigate 'Pallada' Trip by I.A. Goncharov
Naumova I.O.
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The paper treats the penetration of English loan words into the Russian language in the second half of the 19th century. The highlight is on the ways of Anglicisms employment with specific stylistic aims in the chronicle of the The Frigate Pallada trip by I.A. Goncharov. The purpose is to trace assimilation of the loan words of English origin in the Russian language of the second half of the 19th century on the material of the trip chronicle.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2012;(3):71-79
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Quantitativity in the Russian and Korean languages
Lazareva O.V., Lee Savum -.
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The article reviewed is devoted to the linguistic representation of the grammatical category of quantity through comparing grammatical techniques applied to express the meaning both in the Russian and Korean languages. There's also observed the neutralization of numeric forms.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2012;(3):80-86
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The Polish Language as an Intermediary Language of Foreign Influence on Russian Subdialects in Latgale
Mateykovitch E.V.
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The speech of Russian old-timers in Latgale reveals lexemes belonging to other languages which came into being through the Polish language. This fact could be explained by the history of the region, which for the very long period had been integrated in the Poland-Lithuanian statehood. The article analyses lexical material proceeding from two sources: card-catalogue of the Daugavpils University and Work Materials for the Dictionary of Russian Old-Timers Subdialects in Baltics.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2012;(3):87-95
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Old Believers about Themselves (a sociolinguistic aspect)
Ivanova N.V.
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The aim of the research is to review and compare different points of view about old believers: official-fixed in Russian dictionaries; notions of representatives of different religious dominations; views of old believers about themselves. Also the objective of this study is to compare opinions of old believers of different generations: elder, middle and younger.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2012;(3):96-104
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On the Translation of Co-referential Units in Newspaper Texts
Maykova T.A.
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The article treats relatively understudied issue of translating co-referential units in the informational newspaper texts and also analyses possibilities to use certain translation techniques in some stereotypical situations.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2012;(3):105-108
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Results of the Analysis of Basic Values in Ordinary Language Consciousness of Russians
Samoylova S.P.
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This article is devoted to psycho-semantic research of basic values in the ordinary language consciousness of respondents. The model of the ordinary language consciousness, and the results of experiment are being described.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2012;(3):109-112
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Presentation as a Method of Mastering Language
Brygina A.V.
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The article reviewed deals with the experience of modeling presentation delivered by foreign students and includes the author's comments on the subject. There is a definition for the origin, functions and meaning of presentation in the learning process. The problem of transformation of the initial text as a source of meaningful information is being discussed.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2012;(3):113-117
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Training Text as an Integral Part of Linguo-Didactical System
Khalizadeh Aminiyan Zakhra -.
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It contains main methodical means to introduce the text both in the textbook and in the classroom, as well as new methods of using textbooks which were never used before. The article would be useful to school teachers and university teachers, developing textbooks and introducing new methods of teaching. It also deals with methods of teaching at schools with ethnic component.
RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2012;(3):118-125
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Slavonic Languages and Cultures in Modern World: II International Scientific Symposium. March, 21-24th, 2012. Moscow, MSU n.a. M.V. Lomonosov
Remchukova E.N.
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RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2012;(3):126-129
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The International Scientific Proceedings «The ХVIIth Slavic Reading» 16-18th, May, 2012
Novospasskaya N.V., Perfilieva N.V.
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RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2012;(3):130-
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RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics. 2012;(3):131-133
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