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Homonymy in Korean and its Impact on the Formation of Lexical Competence by Russian Students Learning this Language

ФИО студента: Angelina Nikolaeva

Руководитель: Rimma A. Ivanova

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Humanities (Nizhny Novgorod)

Программа: Fundamental and Applied Linguistics (Bachelor)

Год защиты: 2020

The diploma thesis analyses the phenomenon of homonymy in the Korean language. Close attention is paid to identifying the main features of homonymy, the description of the nature of the relationship between homonyms and the description of the relationship between homonymy and polysemy. The study describes the classification of Korean homonyms and the place of homonymy in the formation of lexical competence. As a part of this work, 5 types of exercises were created to practice and consolidate Korean homonymous vocabulary. A didactic experiment was conducted, according to the results of which the formed exercises were corrected. Finally, an Android app for students studying the Korean language has been created, which includes the final exercise system.

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