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  • Special Phraseology in Business English Vocabulary: Forms and Functions 

    Nazarova, Tamara B.; Назарова, Т.Б. (Сибирский федеральный университет. Siberian Federal University, 2019)
    The main focus of the article is a stratum within Business English vocabulary known as special phraseology and noted for the underlying fusion of terminological and metaphorical properties. The use of authentic samples of ...
  • The Communicative Norm in Russian Informal Verbal Communication: The Specificity of Child Speech 

    Silvestrova, Anastasiia B.; Сильвестрова, А.Б. (Сибирский федеральный университет. Siberian Federal University, 2019-12)
    The article is devoted to the analysis of the communicative norm and disorders in informal Russian verbal communication on the basis of children’s speech in conversations between children, children and parents, teenagers. ...
  • Two “Characters” in the Russian Linguistic Worldview: “We” and “They” 

    Revenko, Inna V.; Osetrova, Elena V.; Ревенко, И.В.; Осетрова, Е.В. (Сибирский федеральный университет. Siberian Federal University, 2019-12)
    The article reconstructs semantic context (evaluation, movement, actions, etc.) of WE and THEY – two usual subjects of the Russian linguistic worldview. Monologues and dialogues recently collected in Krasnoyarsk reveal ...
  • Onomatopoeia and Regular Sound Changes 

    Flaksman, Maria A.; Флаксман, М.А (Сибирский федеральный университет. Siberian Federal University, 2018)
    The article deals with the problem of diachronic development of onomatopoeic lexicon and discusses how regular sound changes affect imitative words. The classification according to the degrees of the impact of regular sound ...
  • Corpus-based Contrastive Study of Discursive Strategy of Construing Interpersonal Relations in English Language Academic Discurse 

    Kochetova, Larisa A.; Kononova, Inna V.; Кочетова, Л.А.; Кононова, И.В. (Сибирский федеральный университет. Siberian Federal University, 2018)
    Based on comparison of two corpora, BE2006 sub-corpus of learned (academic) prose and corpus of English language texts written by Russian scholars compiled by the authors, the article seeks to find out differences in ...
  • Dialect Worldview as a Linguo-Culturological Phenomenon 

    Araeva, Lyudmila A.; Kameneva, Veronika A.; Lushpey, Anastasiya A.; Араева, Л.А.; Каменева, В.А.; Лушпей, А.А. (Сибирский федеральный университет. Siberian Federal University, 2018)
    Language interprets the world and human existence in it. Following the path laid by Étienne de Condillac and Friedrich von Humboldt, modern linguists try to understand how the thought takes shape in the language, i.e. the ...
  • Highly Likely: Anthropological Patterns in Perceptions of Probability 

    Kononova, Valentina A.; Кононова, В.А. (Сибирский федеральный университет. Siberian Federal University, 2018)
    The paper addresses relations between probability as a measure of the likelihood that an event will occur and pragmatic functions of “highly likely” hedging device in modern political, legal and social media discourses, ...
  • Situational Modality as a Vital Element of Gender Constructed Speech 

    Abdullaev, Royal F.; Абдуллаев, Р.Ф. (Сибирский федеральный университет. Siberian Federal University, 2017)
    This paper introduces results of analysis of Anton Chekhov’s short stories: gender constructed speeches will be described, paying special attention to realization of meanings of situational modality (obligation/ necessity, ...