List of publications on a keyword: «Russian verbs’ synthesis»
[10.00.00] Филологические науки
FSBEI of HE "G.V. Plekhanov Russian University of Economics" , Москва г
«The possibility of lexicographical descriptions of adverbial modifications»
The article is devoted to the analysis of lexicography establishment of complex synthesis units of Russian verb. The variants of the submission of verbal modifiers and modifications within the experimental explanatory and word-formation dictionary developed by Associate Professor of I.V. Ivlievoy Science and Technology University of Missouri have been discussed. We sketched the range of problems which appear while trying to describe all complex semantic increments of synthesized sound verbs. Both undoubtedly positive results of the author's research – a real opportunity to codify the units of verbal synthesis according to developed models of entries and contentious issues, according to specified meaning it is not possible to synthesize all the verbs of sound semantic, are confirmed and reasoned.
Missouri University of Science and Technology , USA
«The semantics of «lacuna modifications» (a case study for the verbs of sound)»
The article examines the insufficiently explored domain of Russian verbal word formation synthesis – the lacuna (gap) field. For the first time ever, the term «lacuna (gap) modification» is being introduced into linguistic usage. This new term is defined, the well-grounded classification of lacuna types is presented, and the methods for creating an adequate lexicographic index of lacunas (gaps) is provided. Using the methods of componential analysis and synthesis, the lacuna charts and diagrams for the verbs of sound are constructed. Data obtained from the Russian native speakers’ questionnaire is used for clarification purposes. The results of the research set forward the identification methodology and consistent description techniques for lacunas (gaps) with respect to their future codification in various dictionaries, e.g., thesaurus, word-formation, etc.