List of publications on a keyword: «phraseological unit»


Филология

Publication date: 02.08.2016
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Osipova Inna Alekseevna , старший преподаватель
FSBEI of HE "Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation" , Москва г

«Phraseology from the perspective of national-cultural specificity (based on English language material)»

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Within the scope of the current study, linguistic units of English phraseology are perceived from the point of view of the national-cultural identity of English-speaking ethnos. National and stylistic peculiarities have always drawn attention of linguists because of a high cultural potential hidden in nature of phraseological units. This article was created for specialists of philological direction and mainstream audience.

Publication date: 07.09.2016
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Vorojko Kristina Dmitrievna , старший преподаватель
FSBEI of HE "Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation" , Москва г

«Phraseological units in the military-political discourse»

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Phraseology enjoys a wide representation in today’s texts of the military-political discourse. Phraseological units are indispensable of metaphoricity that imparts a special expression and unique peculiarity to journalistic genre. This study is intended for students specialized in philology and a broad audience.

Publication date: 07.09.2016
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Osipova Inna Alekseevna , старший преподаватель
FSBEI of HE "Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation" , Москва г

«On the role of phraseological units in nowadays English periodicals»

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The current study is aimed at functional analysis of phraseological units in today’s English periodicals. An everlasting interest of contemporary researches to the above mentioned object of studies stems from the thesis that phraseological units are a potent linguistic means to convey emotional potential and vivid images of texts belonging to the publicistic genre.