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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Tatiana Leonteva
Coordination in Slavic Languages
Philology
(Bachelor’s programme)
10
2019
The paper considers the category of coordination in Slavic languages. The main focus of the study is the coordinate constructions, if necessary, the data of disjunctive and adversary constructions are also involved. The advantage of the work is that the list of forms expressing the coordination is described and a comparative analysis of the structures is carried out. Comparative analysis is the aim of the study. The analysis involves the separation in spheres of use of structures, when there is a competition.

The study uses the methods of corpora linguistics. For collecting and analyzing data, means of parallel corpora of Slavic languages (i.e. ParaSol and InterCorp) and specific language corpora (i.e. NCRL for Russian) are used.

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