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Yuri Nikolaevich Karaulov To the 85th Anniversary of Prof. Yu.N. Karaulov
Chulkina N.L., Denisenko V.N.
Lexical Typology of Slavonic Languages
Manoucharyan I.K.
Graphically Loanword from the Japanese Language in Modern Chinese Language
Denisenko V.N., Ke Z.
Typology of Repetitions in Margaret Thatcher’s Political Speeches
Nikashina N.V., Popova A.O.
THE PECULIARITY OF THE COMMUNICATIVE PERSPECTIVE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE SYSTEM FROM THE STANDPOINT OF SYSTEMIC LINGUISTICS
Todorova I.D.
Grammatical Category of Case as an Object of Typological Studies
Rybakov M.A.
ACTIVE PROCESSES IN MODERN RUSSIAN IN THE LIGHT OF DETERMINANTAL ANALYSIS
Valentinova O.I., Rybakov M.A.
Syllabic and Morphemic Correlation as a Typological Feature of the Russian Language
Popova E.N.
VARIABILITY OF ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN LANGUAGES IN THE LIGHT OF THE LINGUISTIC CONCEPT OF G.P. MELNIKOV
Markova E.A., Todorova I.D.
Argumentation of the Etiological Text Typology: Defining the problem and the ways to solve it
Valentinova O.I.
CRITERIA FOR TYPOLOGY OF CONCEPTS IN THE LEGAL DISCOURSE
Fedulova M.N.
Form and Content as Methodological Categories of Belles-Lettres Language Science
Mamontov A.S., Moroslin P.V., Astremskaya H.V.
ROLE OF GRAMMAR IN THE FORMATION OF COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE OF NON-LINGUISTIC STUDENTS
Vavichkina T.A., Vlasova Y.E.
Regular and irregular verbs of the arabic language
Vavichkina T.A.
Topical Trends of Modern Linguistics with the Positions of the Systemic Approach. Some Thoughts on the Results of a Scientific Internship at RUDN University “General and Specialized Methodology of Philological Science”, 2019
Valentinova O.I., Denisenko V.N., Rybakov M.A.
PRINCIPLES OF SYSTEM TYPOLOGY APPLICABLE TO DATIVE
Chernyshev A.B.
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