Specific Characteristics of Word-formation in Canadianisms as a Result of Language Interference (on the Materials of Dictionaries)

The article studies linguistic factors facilitating the formation of canadianisms; the latter emerge due to the bilingualism on the territory of Canada, and they are the result of the language interference. The paper presents the definition of the term «canadianism» and analyses the peculiarities of universal word-formation processes involved in creating these specific lexical units.

Roman Dialectisms’ Destiny in the French Language of France and French-speaking America

The peculiarity of territorial variants of French in France and the world is the existence of special sets of dialectisms that have penetrated from Romance dialects which were spoken in the territory of France. The history of these dialects was not the same in different areas, still the dialects have vastly contributed to the fact that the variants of French around the world are either similar or different in terms of their cultural background and structure.