Associate Professor of RUDN speaks at the International conference on social sciences and art in Vienna
Associate Professor of RUDN speaks at the International conference on social sciences and art in Vienna
A.Ivanova, associate professor of Foreign Languages Department of RUDN Economic Faculty took part in the International Conference on Social Sciences and Arts (SGEM International Scientific Conferences on SOCIAL SCIENCES and ARTS, SGEM Vienna ART 2018).

The event took place in March 2018, in Vienna at the Hofburg Congress Center.

Ms.Ivanova made a presentation: "Type of syllable and syllabic structure of the word in typologically different languages". The expert spoke about the importance of the type of syllable and syllabic structure of the word in languages ​​of different types - in analytical English, agglutinative Buryat and isolating Chinese - in the light of creation of a whole-system typology of languages. Particular attention was paid to the degree of lexicality / grammatical language as its typological determinant. The structure of the syllable is derived from the morphemic structure of the word and depends on the degree of lexicality / grammar of the word. In her speech, the expert revealed typological features of the syllable and syllabic patterns of the word in the delimitation of semiology classes and parts of speech in the languages ​​studied.

 

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