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SOURCE:    Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2023. № 10.
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Study of linguistic transformations in the translation of instructions for medical use from English into Russian (based on the instructions for the use of the immunomodulators Keytruda and Zelboraf)
Amirova Oksana Georgievna
3107-3112 Philological Sciences
The substitution of the prepositional infinitive phrase and the ellipsis of ‘for’ with the noun phrase in the for-to-infinitive construction based on the material of the English-language economic discourse
Dyakonova Stanislava Arkadyevna
3113-3120 Philological Sciences
Emotive component of manipulative tactics (based on Russian-language mass media texts)
Balkanov Ilya Vladimirovich, Muravleva Valeriya Romanovna
3121-3125 Philological Sciences
Evaluation in the semantics of the lexemes “life” and “death”
Lappo Marina Aleksandrovna, Putilina Tatiana Gennadievna
3126-3131 Philological Sciences
The author’s linguistic personality in the metatextual perspective of autobiographical discourse
Goryacheva Elena Dmitrievna
3132-3137 Philological Sciences
Types of unreliable narrators in English-language literature
Nikolina Natalia Nikolaevna
3138-3143 Philological Sciences
The basic value PEACE in German and Russian linguocultures
Khlopova Anna Igorevna
3144-3149 Philological Sciences
Classification of “false friends” in economic texts: Typical errors in English-to-Russian translation
Kuregyan Amalia Levikovna, Pertsevaya Ekaterina Aleksandrovna, Kuzmina Aleksandra Petrovna
3150-3155 Philological Sciences
Peculiarities of the functioning of the English lexeme “fashion” as a dominant unit of fashion discourse (based on the material of the Russian linguistic digital space of the Internet)
Dediukhina Anna Gennadievna, Dediukhin Andrey Aleksandrovich
3156-3160 Philological Sciences
Foregrounding of the principal parts of the sentence by means of stylistic inversion in Russian, Chuvash and English: A comparative analysis
Yakovleva Galina Grigoryevna, Shpareva Galina Ivanovna, Gubanov Aleksey Rafailovich, Danilov Andrey Anatolyevich
3161-3166 Philological Sciences
Linguoculturological potential of the presuppositional component of lexical units in the modelling of cultural space (based on the material of the German language)
Oleynik Marina Alexeevna, Gorbatovsky Alexandr Sergeevich
3167-3172 Philological Sciences
Toponymic worldview of the Orientalist Bunin
Potekhina Polina Sergeevna
3173-3178 Philological Sciences
Culture-bound and universal features of phraseological units with amphibian names in Russian, Chuvash, English and German
Nikolaeva Natalia Vitalievna, Isaev Yury Nikolaevich, Gilazova Guzaliya Sayfullovna, Danilov Andrey Anatolievich
3179-3185 Philological Sciences
Expressive means in literature in plain language (based on the material of the short story “The Trap” by J. Hermann)
Fedorova Anna Leonidovna
3186-3192 Philological Sciences
Simple one-part sentences and their classification in the Ingush language (based on the material of S. I. Chakhkiev’s novel “Wolf Nights”)
Gandaloeva Aset Zakreevna, Ausheva El’za Alikhanovna
3193-3198 Philological Sciences
Metalexicography, culture and lexiculture: Structure and categories of description (based on the Russian, English, German, French and Malagasy languages)
Sedykh Arkadiy Petrovich, Akimova Elvira Nikolajevna, Bezkorovaynaya Galina Tigranovna
3199-3211 Philological Sciences
Kinship terms in Tatar and English: A comparative analysis (based on lexicographic sources)
Timerkhanov Aynur Akhatovich
3212-3217 Philological Sciences
The headline complex of a radio programme as a meta-text indicator (based on survey data)
Nesterova Natalia Georgievna, Oreshkina Anastasiya Aleksandrovna
3218-3223 Philological Sciences
Germanic-Slavic lexical parallels – imitative words ‘lecken’ – ‘лизать’ (lick): Etymology, diachrony, current state
Sheshkina Tat’yana Fominichna
3224-3228 Philological Sciences
Semantic parameterization of vocabulary as a means of identifying verbalization of culture-significant semantic zones in Russian and German (by the example of the lexico-semantic field “Friendship”)
Epifanova Valentina Valerjevna
3229-3236 Philological Sciences
Lemmatization as a macrostructure optimization tool of an electronic dictionary
Balkanov Ilya Vladimirovich
3237-3244 Philological Sciences
Sufi practices and special prescriptions for women in the work “The guidance of mentors from the Shaikh of the Khalidi [branch]” by M.-Z. Kamalov
Khasavnekh Alsou Ahmadullovna, Mukhametzianova Liliia Khatipovna
3245-3250 Philological Sciences
Phrases with the meaning of ethnic integrativity on the social media pages of Russian government bodies
Gromyko Sergey Alexandrovich, Andronov Yuriy Alexeevich
3251-3257 Philological Sciences
Reflection of the professional attitudes of a linguistic personality in the image of a firefighter in the children’s tale “The Cheerful Firefighter” by I. V. Zartayskaya
Bondarenko Elena Nikolaevna
3258-3264 Philological Sciences
Prosodic markers of the state of anger (by the example of the cultural and communicative interaction models of the Russian and Kabardian ethnic groups of the Caucasian Mineral Waters region)
Goncharova Oksana Vladimirovna, Frolova Anastasia Vadimovna
3265-3271 Philological Sciences
Humorous means in political Internet memes (based on the material of the German language)
Doynikova Marina Igorevna
3272-3279 Philological Sciences
Semiotic weakening of the strong character sign “sun” in the Chinese language
Lebedeva Daria Sergeevna
3280-3286 Philological Sciences
Negation of German polar words and expressions in automated analysis of text tonality
Glushak Vasiliy Mikhaylovich
3287-3292 Philological Sciences
Levels of awareness of a cognitive construct (based on the study of the PATRIOTISM concept)
Kolodina Nina Ivanovna, Pobeda Anastasiya Yur’evna
3293-3300 Philological Sciences
The Coptic meta-genre “apostolic memoirs”: The Investiture of the Archangel Michael and the Investiture of the Archangel Gabriel (the apocrypha)
Frangulian Lilia Rubenovna
3301-3305 Philological Sciences
The image of the world as a stage in Th. Mann’s short story “The Clown”
Belyakov Dmitry Aleksandrovich, Somova Elena Viktorovna, Chernova Iuliia Vladimirovna
3306-3311 Philological Sciences
The “author’s” voice in L. Petrushevskaya’s dramatic discourse
Bil Olga Nikolaevna, Zamanova Irina Fedoseevna, Polovneva Marina Vladimirovna
3312-3317 Philological Sciences
Everyday vocabulary as a verbaliser of the culture code in the dialect worldview of the Crimean Tatars
Mazinov Akhtem Seit-Ametovich, Ganieva Emine Suleymanovna
3318-3322 Philological Sciences
Types of spatial semantics in the ‘Cyberspace’ frame model (based on media texts in Russian)
Imamgaiazova Diana Ildarovna
3323-3329 Philological Sciences
The role of compositional-thematic lines and the features of their speech representation in the autobiographical narrative
Lisova Olesya Olegovna
3330-3336 Philological Sciences
Traditions of Russian and Soviet culture in Lu Yao’s story “Life”
Shanina Yulia Aleksandrovna, Kazakova Elina Phlyurovna
3337-3342 Philological Sciences
A level model of a German-language one-on-one TV interview
Nesteryuk Yuliya Vladimirovna
3343-3350 Philological Sciences
Linguistic representation of the speech genre of explanation in medical discourse within the framework of a television educational programme (by the example of the programme “Med. expert”)
Lutfullina Gulnara Firdavisovna, Eremeeva Svetlana Anatolievna
3351-3356 Philological Sciences
The place of morphological terms in 1960-2010 lexicographic editions on the terminology of the Russian language
Pribytkova Maria Dmitrievna, Antonov Vladimir Petrovich
3357-3371 Philological Sciences
Hyperbolization in modern English literary texts
Vlasova Ekaterina Viktorovna
3372-3378 Philological Sciences
Genre of the graphic novel: Toward the formulation of the problem (based on modern French-language and English-language texts)
Merkulova Mayya Gennadievna, Prudius Irina Gennadievna
3379-3385 Philological Sciences
Representation of intentionality in epideictic speeches in the 2020 US election campaign
Kovalev Pavel Andreevich
3386-3393 Philological Sciences
Prose translation into Russian and the features of parallel fragments of Du Fu’s poem “The song of watching the sword dance of Mrs. Gong Sun’s disciple”
Skvortsov Arseny Vladimirovich
3394-3406 Philological Sciences
Translation of TV series from English into Russian: Linguistic and extralinguistic issues
Timko Natalia Valeriyevna
3407-3416 Philological Sciences
Cognitive bases of connotative polysemy of English-language artistic names
Sukhareva Olga Vadimovna
3417-3421 Philological Sciences
Representation of a man’s appearance by the naming unit дядя ‘uncle’ in modern Russian
Koss Evgeniya Valerievna, Parshina Olga Dmitrievna
3422-3428 Philological Sciences
Nominative potential of the axiological paradigm of the memorial media portrait of a cinema legend (based on the material of the French language)
Mikhailova Elena Nikolaevna, Telegina Victoria Alexandrovna
3429-3434 Philological Sciences
Functional purpose of personal proper names in expressing the nominative-predicative aspect in the literary dictema (based on English fiction)
Noskova Anna Ivanovna
3435-3441 Philological Sciences
Semiodynamics of metaphor (based on the material of medical English)
Khakhalova Svetlana Alexeyevna
3442-3448 Philological Sciences
Speech tactics for implementing the self-presentation strategy in German-language lifestyle blogs
Lezhnina Anna Sergeevna, Shakhovnina Yulia Borisovna
3449-3454 Philological Sciences
Grammatical structures and metaphorical content in Chinese idioms
Jia Junwen
3455-3463 Philological Sciences
Dialogue between executive authorities and society in the VKontakte social network
Bazhenova Elena Alexandrovna, Mokan Anastasiia Dmitrievna
3464-3470 Philological Sciences
Phonetic features of the Gaina subdialect of the northwestern dialect of the Bashkir language (based on the material collected in the Bardymsky district of Perm Krai)
Alimbayeva Gulshayan Gabsalyamovna, Abdullina Gulfira Rifovna, Sultanova Zilya Azatovna
3471-3477 Philological Sciences
Linguistic representation of the ethnographic realia of Russia Germans (by the example of the novels “My Children” by G. Yakhina and „Wir selbst“ / “Ourselves” by G. Sawatzky)
Vasilyeva Marina Yurievna
3478-3485 Philological Sciences
Phatic means in media text headlines (based on the material of the Russian, English and Chuvash languages)
Subbotina Marina Valentinovna, Yakovleva Galina Grigorievna, Gilazova Guzaliya Sayfullovna, Gubanov Aleksey Rafailovich
3486-3490 Philological Sciences
Structure of English polycomponent attributive phrases as a means of organizing the online advertising of women’s clothing
Zinchenko Natalia Sergeyevna, Laenko Lyudmila Vladimirovna
3491-3496 Philological Sciences
The “Novy mir” magazine and the “turn” of Soviet literature
Chuyao Wang
3497-3501 Philological Sciences
Specific and general patterns of deliberative rhetoric in Russian and Anglo-American rhetoric
Subbotina Marina Valentinovna, Isaev Yuri Nikolaevich, Gubanov Aleksey Rafailovich, Danilov Andrey Anatolyevich
3502-3507 Philological Sciences
“Landmarks” of D. S. Mirsky in the historical space of Russian literature
Ryagyzova Ludmila Nicolaevna
3508-3513 Philological Sciences
Semantics of zero quantity in the Kabardian language: The main ways of representation
Bizhoev Boris Chamalovich, Khezheva Maryana Rashadovna
3514-3518 Philological Sciences
The image of Great Britain in the original and the self-translation of G. D. Grebenshchikov’s essay “Westminster Bells”
Yarkova Elena Vladimirovna
3519-3525 Philological Sciences
Transformation of bestiary images in the poetics of modernism (F. Sologub, K. D. Balmont, V. I. Narbut, D. B. Khetagurov, G. G. Maliev, I. Arnigon)
Khetagurova Dzerassa Kazbekovna
3526-3533 Philological Sciences
History of the study of Kabardian dialects and subdialects
Khezheva Zalina Rashadovna
3534-3539 Philological Sciences
Reception of the creative work of the Polish science fiction writer Stanisław Lem in German-speaking countries
Goreva Nadezhda Aleksandrovna, Kotova Marina Yurievna
3540-3545 Philological Sciences
Intertextual references as a part of the vertical context of modern Northern Irish novels
Kandrashkina Oksana Olegovna
3546-3551 Philological Sciences
Demonstrative pronouns ‘this/these’, ‘that/those’ in the dialogical speech of film characters
Borodina Tatiana Yurievna, Lysenko Irina Viktorovna
3552-3559 Philological Sciences
Cognitive mechanisms of colour terms in the advertising tourist narrative (by the example of Lake Baikal)
Men’shikova Ekaterina Evgen’evna
3560-3566 Philological Sciences
Semantic features of perceptual adjectives (the lexico-semantic groups “Vision”, “Hearing”, “Touch”, “Smell”, “Taste”) in Old English
Nikiforova Alisa Michkailovna
3567-3574 Philological Sciences
Compounding as one of the productive ways of word formation of veterinary terms (based on the modern German language)
Khakimova Giulnara Ansarovna
3575-3583 Philological Sciences
Semantic aspect of morality deconstruction (based on the material of the German language)
Nevolina Ksenia Viktorovna
3584-3589 Philological Sciences
Variability of the means of negation expression (based on the material of German adjectives)
Belyaev Andrej Nikolaevich
3590-3596 Philological Sciences
The role of lexical repetition in the texts of Tatar songs
Minnullin Kim Mugallimovich, Giniyatullina Liliya Minnullovna
3597-3601 Philological Sciences
Verbal representation of the “encasement” notion in value-semantic modelling of the English-language translation versions of A. Chekhov’s short stories
Gabdullina Akkosh Raffasovna
3602-3609 Philological Sciences
Expression of the category of temporality through lexical and syntactic means in the Chuvash language
Semenova Galina Nikolaevna, Danilov Andrey Anatolyevich, Yakimova Nadezhda Ivanovna, Skvortsova Natalia Rudolfovna
3610-3614 Philological Sciences
Specificity of the description of pronouns in the Spanish grammars of the Golden Age: Tradition and innovations
Mikhailova Elena Nikolaevna, Koltunova Svetlana Viktorovna
3615-3621 Philological Sciences
The image of the “Far Eastern frontier” in P. S. Komarov’s lyrical poetry
Alexandrova-Osokina Olga Nikolaevna
3622-3627 Philological Sciences
Methods of formation of paired terms in the Kumyk language
Abdullabekova Umsalimat Bagautdinovna
3628-3632 Philological Sciences
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