Proceedings of the V.V. Vinogradov Russian Language Institute. 2020. № 3 (25)

Syntax Semantics
Syntax Semantics
I.M. Boguslavsky, L.L. Iomdin
On valency inheritance in syntactic derivation
9 - 23
Maciej Grochowski
The Polish pronoun niektóre / niektórzy as a partitive quantification operator
24 - 34
D. O. Dobrovol’skij, Anna A. Zalizniak
Russian constructions with potentially modal meanings: an analysis based on parallel corpus data
35 - 48
B. L. Iomdin, L.L. Iomdin
Valency of fact and valency of argumentation
49 - 61
Galina I. Kustova
About communicative types of parenthetical constructions with mental verbs
62 - 75
Hans Robert Mehlig
Verbal Aspect and the referential status of predications: Generalfactual and singularfactual ipf. aspect in negative answers to yes-no questions
76 - 91
S.P. Timoshenko
The external possessor in Russian: comparing dative construction and construction k (‘towards’) + npdat
92 - 103
E.V. Uryson
Russian tautological sentences of the type NP i NP: syntax and semantics
104 - 114
V.S. Xrakovskij
Two verb pairs: radovat’ ‘make happy’(IPFV) and radovat’s’a ‘be happy’ (IPFV), obradovat’ ‘make happy’(PFV) and obradovat’s’a ‘get happy’ (PFV) Meaning and Syntax
115 - 130
T.E. Yanko
Russian adverb davno ‘long ago’ and aspectual verb forms: spoken corpora data
131 - 143
Björn Wiemer
On synonyms and suppletion another way, that is from the perspective of stems
144 - 167
O.Yu. Boguslavskaya
Development of polysemy of anaphoric adjectives
168 - 179
I.V. Galaktionova
Russian 3rd person possessive pronouns in the explanatory dictionary
180 - 202
Anna A. Zalizniak, E.V. Paducheva
On the russian word otnyud’ ‘not at all
203 - 218
M.L. Kalenchuk
Orthoepic dictionaries of the russian language: the problems of the genre
219 - 227
T.V. Krylova
Hard on the outside, but tender on the inside: polysemy of adjectives denoting tactile sensations
228 - 252
I.B. Levontina
A russian “small word” an
253 - 264
E.V. Rakhilina, V.A. Plungian
The verb tait’sja ‘to lurk’, its synonyms and derivates
265 - 276
S.M. Tolstaya
Mechanism of lexical polysemy: marginal notes to the «active dictionary»
277 - 294