Issue: Issue №1 2021

E.L. Barkhudarova. ON THE PROBLEM OF TYPOLOGICAL RESEARCH OF THE RUSSIAN PHONETIC SYSTEM IN A LINGUODIDACTIC CONTEXT

Functional phonetics, typological, phonetic system, pronunciation, foreign accent. The development of practical phonetics courses addressed to a foreign audience is based on the analysis of the typological features of the phonetic system of the target language in the context of linguodidactics. It is necessary to designate two important areas of typological research of the sound […]

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L.K. Krasilnikova. LINGUODIDACTIC APPROACHES TO TEACHING RUSSIAN WORD-FORMATION IN A FOREIGN AUDIENCE

Linguodidactics, scientific paradigms, Russian as a foreign language, Russian word-formation, conversation topics.   The article is about topical issues of teaching Russian word-formation to foreign students. Polyparadigmatic approach of Modern Linguistics is applied to the theory and practice of teaching Russian as a foreign language, particularly Russian word-formation. Although the functional-communicative approach to the study […]

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F.I. Pankov, A.O. Рishchurova. VERBS OF MOVEMENT AS INDICATORS OF SENSE RELATIONS IN DESCRIPTIVE PREDICATES (A FRAGMENT OF A LINGUODIDACTIC MODEL OF RUSSIAN GRAMMAR)

Verbs of movement, descriptive predicates, an explicator, the primary and secondary semantic functions of linguistic units.   One of the lacunae of the linguodidactic model of Russian grammar is descriptive predicates, an integral part of which are indicators of semantic relations – explicators. The article presents the experience of analyzing verbs of movement in the […]

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T.E. Chaplygina. BODY PART NOUN GROUPS WITH SPATIAL MEANINGS IN LINGUISTIC WORLD PICTURE

Functional-communicative grammar, linguistic world picture, noun groups with locative meanings, spatial prepositions, body part nouns.   The article touches upon the subject of spatial relations expressed by means of body part names in Russian language. The research demonstrated, that the choice of prepositions v (in) or na (on) when expressing spatial relations with body part […]

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E.N. Vinogradova. RIGHT UP TO ADVERBIAL PREPOSITIONS (TOWARDS POLYFUNCTIONAL UNITS)

Adverbial preposition, predicative, parenthetical collocations, polyfunctional unit.   The article deals with preposition-like polyfunctional units forming a field structure around adverbial prepositions as the core of the category. The analysis is based on the data of 3 dictionaries – the Great Defining dictionary and the Dictionaries of Auxiliary words and Adverbs. Three classes of the […]

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O.Yu. Dementyeva, Mao Yupeng. COMMUNICATIVE INTENTION AS A FACTOR OF WORD ORDER IN THE UTTERANCE

Word order, communicative intention, communicative structure, utterance, sentence members.   The article deals with the word order in the Russian language: what is meant by the word order, what are its features, what factors determine the word order. The concept of the communicative intention is considered, as well as the interaction of the communicative, semantic […]

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T.V. Nesterova. PRAGMATIC TRANSPOSITIONS OF INTERROGATIVE STATEMENTS IN EVERYDAY COMMUNICATION

Transposition, pragmatic transposition, communicative-pragmatic approach, contextual-situational indirect speech acts, interrogative sentence/utterance, transposed speech act.   The article describes contextual-situational indirect speech acts in the form of a question, but realizing other communicative intentions – message, consent, motivation, expression of emotions. We are talking about statements with the same syntactic structure and lexical composition (homonymy of […]

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M.Yu. Sidorova, Sh.Yu. Khapchaev. WHY COMMUNICATIVE-FUNCTIONAL APPROACH TOWARDS TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGE FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES TO HAS TO BE COGNITIVE-FUNCTIONAL

Communicative-functional approach, cognitive-functional approach, Russian for special purposes, text structure.   Basing on international research and our own experience we argue for the necessity of interrelated development of both communicative and cognitive competence while teaching Russian for special purposes to foreign students. As the goal of teaching science in the state-of-the-art international practice is formulated […]

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Zhou Dichen, V.V. Krasnykh. DEEP METAPHORS IN THE WORKS BY VICTORIA TOKAREVA: COMPREHENSION PROBLEMS FOR RUSSIAN LANGUAGE LEARNERS (BASED ON THE SHORT STORY A RUBLE SIXTY IS NOT MONEY)

Metaphor, deep metaphors, literary text, metaphor of emptiness, teaching Russian as a foreign language.   The paper considers some deep metaphors represented in V. Tokareva’s short story A Ruble Sixty is Not Money and going back to the archetypal ideas that underlie the domestication of world by human. The article presents the main views of […]

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Milan Bujnak. CULTUROLOGICAL DIRECTION OF THE DIGITAL STUDENŤS BOOK OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE FOR LOWER SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Student’s book, culture, cultural dialogue, continuation spiral.   Slovak Russian Studies under the leadership of the President of the Association of Russianists of Slovakia E. Kollarova for 25 years in connection with the teaching of Russian as a foreign language are on the way to culturological thought of foreign language education. In this article, we […]

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Sun Minqing. NATIONAL CORPUS OF RUSSIAN LANGEUAGE ABROAD: APPLICATION SITUATION OF НКРЯ IN CHINESE COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES AND EVALUATION OF ITS FUNCTION

НКРЯ in Chinese colleges and universities, Russian studies, Russian teaching, application of НКРЯ.   As a huge, annotated and open online language database, НКРЯ has great application potential in Russia and many other countries. This paper analyzes the application of НКРЯ in Russian studies and Russian teaching in Chinese colleges and universities. Through the analysis […]

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E.A. Kitanina, Wu Yucongzi. THE INFLUENCE OF THE LINGUISTIC PHENOMENON DOUBLESPEAK ON THE FORMATION OF THE SPEECH IMAGE OF THE RUSSIAN MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS S.V. LAVROV

Doublespeak, speech image, euphemism, language techniques, interview, public speaking.   The article presents a comparative study of doublespeak phenomenon, which is based on an analysis of the viewpoint of English and Russian linguistic scholars. The origin and the doublespeak concept are clarified by means of the terms doublethink and newspeak. Descriptive and content analysis methods […]

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А.S. Khekhtel. VISUALIZATION TECHNOLOGY IN TEACHING RUSSIAN AS A SPECIALTY LANGUAGE FOR THE OIL INDUSTRY

Russian as a foreign language, visualization technology, methodological potential of visualization, tag cloud, mind map, infographics, moodboard.   The article is devoted to a range of theoretical and practical issues affecting current trends and trends in teaching Russian as a foreign language, taking into account the resource potential of the information and communication environment. The […]

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G.B. Pokrovskiy, O.V. Bondareva. SONG MATERIAL IN THE LESSONS OF RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE AT AN ADVANCED STAGE

Russian as a foreign language, advanced stage of training, song material, teaching grammar, vocabulary, phonetics. This work is devoted to the use of song material in the form of unadapted effective educational texts designed to improve the learning process, including the teaching of Russian pronunciation. Methodologists consider the lack or insufficiency of methodological developments on […]

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