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In May 1963, the Paris weekly Lettre Francaise published a speech by Marc Chagall, delivered in the United States in a close circle of compatriots: "All my life I loved to listen to others and, as far as I could, learn from them. If I had been more intelli
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When considering phonetic variants among toponyms and microtoponyms, it is necessary to pay special attention to those varieties whose appearance is due to the dynamic nature of the general dialect system. So, in one of the villages of the Lipetsk region,
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In 1696, an important event occurred in the history of Russian culture, the value of which was determined much later. Heinrich Wilhelm Ludolph published the Russian Grammar at Oxford. And now, after more than three hundred years, Ludolph's work is interest
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Almost half of the total mass of Russian mushrooms is made up of a family that in everyday life has a common name-syroezhki . In the specialized literature, they are often given specific definitions: by color (yellow, green, red...), by taste (peppery, bur
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V. I. Dahl considered their use in speech usage as a criterion for selecting material for his collection of Proverbs of the Russian People. It is noteworthy that in modern communication proverbs, as before, are used quite intensively, but some of them, whi
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The study of written monuments of the XVI-XVII centuries gives reason to believe that the geographical term ruchey has become quite widespread on the territory of the Oka-Don Plain, for example, in Kashirsky uyezd the word ruchey is found as a synonym for
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Anishchenko, Onishchenko. An interesting question about the" nationality "of this surname was asked by a Muscovite who considers himself Russian:" As far as I understand, the Ukrainian surname sounds different - Onishchenko?" Surnames ending in-1, indeed,
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I read in the article film critic: "When we had a reform of the Russian alphabet after the revolution, who could have predicted that the disappearance of a hard sign in the ending of masculine words would lead to a weakening of the masculine principle in r
32 minutes ago
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This expression is often found in the media. Its equivalent is the Latin phrase hic et nunc. But the external form may hide quite difficult ways of the appearance of a word (phrase) in the Russian language. Latin hic et nunc in the Middle Ages was used in
32 minutes ago
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The question, of course, is idle, but turning to the language activities of our journalists in the media, you begin to doubt whether a Russian patronymic is necessary. A few examples. Here is the caption under the photo of a far from young man: "Russian sc
2 hours ago
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Lermontov's characters always deeply feel and subtly understand nature, feel like a part of it, it is their refuge and recreation. "It seems to me that he was a nature psychologist," I. Annensky said about Lermontov. - Observation of the life of his belove
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In B. L. Pasternak's novel "Doctor Zhivago", a special type of roll calls is distinguished, which can be conventionally designated as a variation of a group of motifs. The characters of" Doctor Zhivago " get into situations, perform actions, experience fee
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In the last years of his life, from 1898 to 1904, the chamberlain of His Imperial Majesty's court, chamberlain, and editor-in-chief of the Government Bulletin, Konstantin Konstantinovich Sluchevsky, gathered young poets on Fridays. Among them were Merezhko
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The image of the mask is one of the key elements in Lermontov's poetry. It expresses the discrepancy between the brilliant form and the insignificant content that so struck the poet in secular society. In the poem "Like a ray of dawn, like Lelya's roses...
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In the Russian language there is a group of structurally identical phraseological units with the meaning of the highest intensity of the action attribute: at the top of my voice, at the top of my lungs, at the top of my lungs, at the top of my lungs, at th
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Playing a huge role in the life of every person, emotions have penetrated all tiers of language. Even sounds can express feelings: for example, [a], [m] often denote joy, pleasure, [o], [y], [e] - surprise, [f], [x], [c] - disgust or contempt. The vocabula
2 hours ago
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In the early 1990s, V. Pelevin was included in the circle of authors of fantastic literature, then was declared a postmodernist. The material of his works is the Soviet and post-Soviet reality, perceived through the prism of the writer's opposition to the
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Soviet reality for more than 70 years has brought to the language life, in addition to numerous lexemes, a large number of idioms and periphrases, many of which had a pronounced "ideological premium". They were called Sovietisms, which were understood as u
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A rare case of stylistic reworking is the story "In the third Prince the Great went to Smolensk, and Smolensk was taken" (here and further the text is given according to the publication: Russian Chronicles. Ryazan, 1998. Vol. 3), placed under the year 7022
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On the final page of this story, the barely discernible appearance of the heroine ("...one of the walking <...> suddenly raised her head covered with a white shawl, shielding the candle with her hand, fixed her dark eyes into the darkness...") next t
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I read in the article film critic: "When we had a reform of the Russian alphabet after the revolution, who could have predicted that the disappearance of a hard sign in the ending of masculine words would lead to a weakening of the masculine principle in r
English Library · 32 minutes ago 0 1

This expression is often found in the media. Its equivalent is the Latin phrase hic et nunc. But the external form may hide quite difficult ways of the appearance of a word (phrase) in the Russian language. Latin hic et nunc in the Middle Ages was used in
English Library · 32 minutes ago 0 1

Almost half of the total mass of Russian mushrooms is made up of a family that in everyday life has a common name-syroezhki . In the specialized literature, they are often given specific definitions: by color (yellow, green, red...), by taste (peppery, bur
English Library · 32 minutes ago 0 1

V. I. Dahl considered their use in speech usage as a criterion for selecting material for his collection of Proverbs of the Russian People. It is noteworthy that in modern communication proverbs, as before, are used quite intensively, but some of them, whi
English Library · 32 minutes ago 0 1

The study of written monuments of the XVI-XVII centuries gives reason to believe that the geographical term ruchey has become quite widespread on the territory of the Oka-Don Plain, for example, in Kashirsky uyezd the word ruchey is found as a synonym for
English Library · 32 minutes ago 0 1

Anishchenko, Onishchenko. An interesting question about the" nationality "of this surname was asked by a Muscovite who considers himself Russian:" As far as I understand, the Ukrainian surname sounds different - Onishchenko?" Surnames ending in-1, indeed,
English Library · 32 minutes ago 0 1

When considering phonetic variants among toponyms and microtoponyms, it is necessary to pay special attention to those varieties whose appearance is due to the dynamic nature of the general dialect system. So, in one of the villages of the Lipetsk region,
English Library · 32 minutes ago 0 1

In 1696, an important event occurred in the history of Russian culture, the value of which was determined much later. Heinrich Wilhelm Ludolph published the Russian Grammar at Oxford. And now, after more than three hundred years, Ludolph's work is interest
English Library · 32 minutes ago 0 1

In May 1963, the Paris weekly Lettre Francaise published a speech by Marc Chagall, delivered in the United States in a close circle of compatriots: "All my life I loved to listen to others and, as far as I could, learn from them. If I had been more intelli
English Library · 32 minutes ago 0 1

A rare case of stylistic reworking is the story "In the third Prince the Great went to Smolensk, and Smolensk was taken" (here and further the text is given according to the publication: Russian Chronicles. Ryazan, 1998. Vol. 3), placed under the year 7022
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