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Reflexive Verbs in Russian as a Challengeble Point for Second Language Aquisition

Student: Valentina Fomina

Supervisor: Anna Leontieva

Faculty: Faculty of Humanities

Educational Programme: Russian as a Foreign Language in Cross-Linguistic and Cross-Cultural Perspective (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2019

Master's thesis on the topic: Reflexive Verbs in Russian as a Challenging Point for Second Language Acquisition Author: Fomina Valentina Viktorovna The work consists of an introduction, three chapters and a conclusion. The first Chapter reveals information about the basic meanings of reflexive verbs (in accordance with the classification of A. B. Letuchiy). The second Chapter presents the classification of examples of errors of foreign students (by REFL tag in RLC), as well as hypotheses about the causes of errors. The third Chapter is devoted to the development of lessons for international students on reflexive verbs of different meanings. In conclusion, the work done is summarized. The work contains 100 pages of text. Development lessons are provided with illustrative material from the Internet.

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