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Topics for Self-Testing and Individual Preparation

1. Features and phenomena serving as typological constants at the syntactic level in the contrasted languages.

2. Isomorphism and allomorphism in the correlation of the means of grammatical expressing the syntactic relations in English and Ukrainian.

3. Quantitative and qualitative correlation of the means and ways of syntactic connection in present-day English vs. present-day Ukrainian syntactic units.

4. Isomorphism and allomorphism in the types of syntactic processes and in the forms of their realisation in the syntactic units of the contrast ed languages.

5. Isomorphism and allomorphism in the nature, structure, and syn tactic ways of connection in the existing types of word-groups of the contrasted languages.

6. Common and divergent features of predicative word-groups in En glish and Ukrainian.

7. Isomorphism and allomorphism in the structure and nature of mor phological (paradigmatic) classes of word-groups in the contrasted lan guages .

8. Isomorphic and allomorphic features in the structure and ways of connection in substantival word-groups of the contrasted languages.

9. Isomorphic and allomorphic features in the ways of connection


and in the structural forms of substantival, adjectival, pronominal and numerical word-groups in English vs. Ukrainian.

10.Common and divergent features in the forms of connection and in the combinability of components in English and Ukrainian verbal word-groups.

11.Isomorphism and allomorphism in the structure, form, means of connection and in the combinability of component parts in adverbial and statival word-combinations of the contrasted languages.

12.Isomorphic and allomorphic features in the structural forms of English and Ukrainian one- and two-member sentences.

13.Isomorphism and allomorphism in the nature and structural forms of simple, formal (if any) expanded/extended and complex parts of the sentence in the contrasted languages.

14.Typological characteristics of the detached, parenthetic and in serted parts of the sentence and elements in the contrasted languages.

15.Isomorphism and allomorphism in the structural forms and means of expressing the principal parts of the sentence in English and Ukrainian.

16.Typological characteristics of the secondary parts of the sen tence. Isomorphism and allomorphism in the structural forms of the ob ject and the attribute in the contrasted languages.

17.Isomorphism and allomorphism in the structural forms of the ad verbial parts of the sentence in the contrasted languages.

18.The detached secondary parts of the sentence in the contrasted languages.

19.Typology of the composite sentence in the contrasted languages. The compound sentence in English and Ukrainian.

20.Typology of the complex sentence. Isomorphic and allomorphic features in the structure of nominal/N-clauses of the contrasted languages.

21.Quasi - sentences and intermediaries between simple and com posite sentences in English and Ukrainian.

22.Isomorphic and allomorphic features in the structural types of attributive clauses of the contrasted languages.



23.Typology of adverbial clauses in the contrasted languages.

24.Kinds of grammatical ties between clauses in English and Ukrai nian composite sentences.


25. Typological characteristics of the supersyntactic level units in English and Ukrainian.


Date: 2016-04-22; view: 268


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