Английский за рулем. Интенсивный аудиокурс (4 аудио CD+ пособие)
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Английский за рулем. Интенсивный аудиокурс (4 аудио CD+ пособие)

Английский за рулем. Интенсивный аудиокурс (4 аудио CD+ пособие)
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# Идеальный аудиокурс для самостоятельного изучения английского языка.

# За рулем автомобиля, на работе, в поездке или дома вы сможете быстро и эффективно углубить или возобновить свои знания.

# Шесть уроков с увлекательными диалогами, лексический интенсив и разноплановые упражнения помогут без особых усилий запомнить самые употребительные слова и выражения.

# В пособии: все диалоги с переводом на русский язык, лексика, упражнения с ключами, краткий обзор грамматики и словарь.

# Соответствует уровню А2 европейского языкового сертификата.

# Для начинающих с некоторыми навыками и тех, кто хотел бы усовершенствовать свои знания.
Учебное пособие по теоретической грамматике английского языка подготовлено в соответствии с типовой программой по теоретической грамматике английского языка и включает в себя основное содержание курса: теоретические положения о составе английского языка, морфологию, синтаксис и современные подходы к лингвистическому анализу языковых единиц.

Каждая тема излагается в отдельном разделе, после тематического раздела подаются тестовые вопросы и упражнения, рассчитанные на самостоятельную работу студентов.

Для студентов филологических факультетов, аспирантов и преподавателей английского языка.
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PREFACE
LANGUAGE AS A FUNCTIONAL SYSTEM

Chapter 1. The scope of Theoretical Grammar
1. Theoretical grammar and its subject
2. The scope of linguistics

Chapter 2. Basic Notions of Modern Linguistics
1. General principles of linguistic analysis
2. A short outline of F.de Saussure's theory of language
3. Notions of "system" and "structure".
General characteristics of linguistic units
4. Language and speech
5. Systemic relations in language.
Paradigmatic and syntagmatic relations
6. Synchronic and diachronic approaches to the study of language

Chapter 3. General Characteristics of Language
1. Language as a semiotic system.'
2. Language as a social phenomenon. Language functions.
3. General characteristics of the grammatical structure of language
4. Morphology and syntax as two main parts of linguistic description

MORPHOLOGY

Chapter 1. The morpheme
1. General characteristics of morphemes
2. The morpheme as a language unit and its speech variants - morphs and allo- morphs...
3. Classification of morphemes

Chapter 2. The Word as the Central Unit of Language
1. The problem of word definition
2. The word as the carrier of grammatical meaning. The notion of the word-form

Chapter 3. Grammatical Meaning of the Word
1. The notion of "grammatical meaning"
2. Types of grammatical meaning

Chapter 4. Grammatical Categories of the Word
1. The notion of "grammatical category"
2. The notion of "opposition"
3. Transposition and neutralization of morphological forms

Chapter 5. The Parts of Speech Problem. Word Classes
1. General characteristics of the parts of speech as lexico-grammatical word-classes
2. The history of development of the parts of speech classifications
3. Different approaches to the parts of speech classification in English
4. The parts of speech classifications by Ch.Fries
5. Complex approach to the parts of speech classification
6. Disputable points in the parts of speech classification

Chapter 6. Function Words
1. The problem of classification of function words
2. Particles and their textual functions
3. Conjunctions and conjunctive expressions and their textual functions
4. Modal words and parenthetic expressions and their textual functions

Chapter 7. The Article in Modern English
1. General characteristics of the article as a part of speech
2. Articles as determiners
3. Articles as the-theme-and-rheme markers
4. Articles as generalizes
5. Articles as concretizes

Chapters. The Noun
1. General characteristics of the noun as a part of speech
2. The category of number
3. The category of case
4. The problem of gender in English

Chapter 9. The Verb
1. General characteristics of the verb as a part of speech
2. Classifications of English verbs
3. General survey of the grammatical categories of the verb
4. 'Ihe category of voice
5. The category of tense
6. The category of aspect
7. The category of phase
8. The category of mood

SYNTAX

Chapter 1, Syntactic Theories. Basic Syntactic Notions
1. General characteristics of syntax
2. Syntactic theories
3. A brief outline of modern approaches to analyzing syntactic units
4. Basic syntactic notions
5. Syntactic relations

Chapter 2. The Word-Group Theory
1. Definition and general characteristics of the word-group
2. Classification of word-groups
3. Subordinate word-groups.
4. The noun-phrase
5. Noun-phrases with pre-posed adjuncts
6. Noun-phrases with post-posed adjuncts
7. The verb-phrase
8. Classification of verb-phrases
9. Predicative word-groups

Chapter 3. The Sentence and the Utterance
1. Main characteristics of the sentence
2. Different approaches to the study of the sentence....
3. The utterance. Communicative types of utterances ..
4. Informative structure of the utterance

Chapter 4. The Composite Sentence
1. General characteristics of the composite sentence ...
2. The compound sentence
3. The complex sentence
4. Classification of complex sentences according
to the type of subordinate clause

MODERN APPROACHES TO THE ANALYSIS OF LINGUISTIC UNITS

Chapter 1. Textlinguistics
1. Text as a syntactic unit
2. The notion of "coherence"
3. The notion of "cohesion". Text connecting devices ...
4. Textual deictic markers

Chapter 2. Pragmatics. Speech Act Theory
1. Basic notions of pragmatic linguistics
2. Speech act theory
3. Classifications of speech acts. Indirect speech acts

Chapter 3. Discourse Analysis

1. Discourse analysis - the study of language in use...
2. The notion of speech event in discourse analysis ....
3. Coherence in discourse
4. Maxims of conversation
5. Implicatures of discourse
6. Implicatures and indirectness
7. The Politeness principle

Chapter 4. Psycholinguistics. Basic Notions and Problems
1. Definition of psycholinguistics
2. The history of development of psycholinguistics ....
3. Basic psycholinguistic factors
4. Basic features of the subconscious language

Chapter 5. Cognitive Linguistics
1. Basic concepts of cognitive linguistics
2. The notion of "construal"
3. The notion of "perspective"
4. The notion of "foregrounding"
5. The notion of "metaphor"
6. The notion of "frame"

CONTENTS
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