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  • Authors: Nguyễn, Hữu Chinh (2002)

  • This article analyzes typical features of the grammar of Russian as a foreign language, makes them bases for selection and production of appropriate course books and contribute them to the quality improvement of Russian language bachelor and master education. This Russian grammar as a language for foreign students must be distinctive, different from the traditional one used for native students and must be observed from functional grammar’s viewpoints. Hereby factors supporting functional positions are analyzed along with the descriptions of language phenomena in Russian and the building of the Russian grammar for foreign students in general and for Vietnamese students in particular.

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  • Authors: Nguyễn, Tùng Cương (2002)

  • The article makes the readers familiar with the important features of pioblems of culture in foreign language teaching. As cultural characteristics , expressed in all the levels and components o f every language, the systems of personal pronouns in Vietnamese and Russian hav/e some differences, that attract attention of the teachers, researchers and learners. In Russian the personal pronouns are regarded as neutral and combine! vwith the finite forms of the verb. All the persons are used in the direct and figurative mieuning. It is difficult for Vietnamese learners to use the personal pronouns in Russian In Vietnamese the personal pronouns are characterized as highly ennotional expressed. In Vietnamese the use of systems of dif...

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  • Authors: Nguyễn, Tùng Cường (2005)

  • The aim of the article is to give up-to-date understanding about connections in word- groups, simple and composite sentences in Russian. All words in a sentence forming word-groups and sentences are grammatically and semantically connected. In Russian these relations are expressed by inflexions, order of words. A word-group is a unit formed by the combination of two ore more notional words expressing one notion. When two words are connected syntactically theire relations may be one either of coordination or subordination. Subordination means that the words are not equal grammatically: one word IS subordinated to the other (head-word) Surbordination may be in the form of agreement, government and adjoinment. Composite sen...

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  • Authors: Динь Зиап (2010)

  • When looking at the word-forming components in Russian, traditional approach often takes stems as the starting point. On the basis of this approach, the author of this article thinks that when looking at the problem of word formation, it is necessary to look at the internal structure of the word-forming components (internally oriented approach) on the one hand, and their correlations with other words in the lexical system of Russian (externally oriented approach) on the other. Following this approach, the author offers some suggestions on the correlations between the root morphemes and the affixational morphemes in Russian. It is hoped that the article will make a contribution to the study of Russian vocabulary in general and to the study of word formation in particular.