Scientific section. Linguistics

Identifying the Gender Component in the Study of Lak Phraseological Units with Agential Nouns

The article studies how the gender component manifests itself in the structure, semantics and reference of the idioms represented by Lak phraseological units with agential nouns.

The Means of Secondary Semiosis as a Way to Identify the Characteristics of a Journalist’s Speech Portrait

The article studies the means of secondary semiosis, non-verbal means of intensifying the reader’s perception, characteristic of the journalist style of the Dagestan journalist Khadzhimurad Kamalov. A journalist text is considered in this article as a result of combining a verbal text and all non-verbal means, which help the author to address the audience and emerge as a linguistic persona.

The Militaristic Quality of School Educational Discourse of the Third Reich

The article presents a linguistic and extra-linguistic characteristic of one of the qualities of the school educational discourse of the Third Reich – its militaristic quality, which has been singled out through the analysis of fiction films in the German language.

Manufacturing Political Discourse. Discursive Strategies

The article studies linguistic features of the political discourse of the immigration on the threshold of the general parliamentary elections in the UK in 2005 from the perspective of critical discourse analysis on the materials of the leading British printed press. The author distinguishes major discursive strategies, forming the discourse of the immigration, and the techniques of their implementation.

Pragmatics of Phatic Tokens

The task of the paper is to study theoretical aspects of the pragmatic use of phatic tokens. To achieve this aim, the authors review and specify the concept of phatic communication; describe the system of phatic tokens and provide a new approach to their structural organization; besides, they consider the usage of phatic tokens in different registers.

Functions of Classical Languages in Scientific Communication

Classical languages in the scientific communication of the early modern period could be the language of written text, the source of borrowed vocabulary (these functions are now lost); the foundation for creating lists and symbols (these systems are used but are hardly ever replenished); sources of morpheme borrowing (such morphemes are widely used in term formation of the modern languages).

THE MORPHONOLOGY OF THE NEW HUMAN HEAD IN THE DIAHRONIC PERSPECTIVE

The article deals with the evolution of the morphological system of the Greek language. it was established that the Greek morphology in the process of historical development retained the role of a means of realizing the species opposition, lost its structural hierarchy, developed the unity of the positional system in the sphere of vocalism and consonantism, narrowed the lexical filling of the vocal alternations and expanded the regularity of the consonant

USE OF LABELS IN RUSSIAN AND ENGLISH BUSINESS CONVERSATIONS

In Russian and English business conversations, verbal means perform identical etiquette functions, but the actions of Russian communicants are more variable and largely depend on their speech culture, and English ones are normative with a high degree of binding and stereotyping.

COGNITIVE-DISCRETE SENSE OF THE TEXT OF THE DRAMATICAL WORK

An attempt has been made to expand the typology of dramatic titles by E.S. Cubreacova. in the framework of the cognitive-discursive approach to the analysis of the language, the term "speech equation" is proposed that contributes to a more accurate and objective coverage of the cognitive-communicative processes of producing the title of the play as a fragment of speech and the reader / viewer of discourse that arises during communication.

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