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Iuliia Mikheeva
Typology of Visual Cues and Lexical Means in the Context of Non-Verbal Signaling of a Message to an Interlocutor
2017
This work is dedicated to the corpora research of the constructions that have the context of non-verbal signaling of a message. The goal of this paper is to classify constructions that seem the same at the first sight but do have particular features that make them unique. The study was conducted with the use of different corporas, including parallel corporas to compare these constructions in different languages. The result of the study is the detailed classification of the synonymous constructions and the description of their semantic constituents.

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