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Current Problems of Morphology


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Linguistic Studies

2013

Volume 26

Pages 1-316

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Current Problems of Morphology

Oppositional Character of Functional-Semantic Category of Frequency in the Modern Ukrainian Language
Olena Achylova
Article first published online: March 20, 2013 (pages 32-36)
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The Phenomenon of the Precedent in an Aspect of Grammar of Estimation (on the Example of Analysis of Grammatical Meaning of the Past Tense)
Tetyana Kosmeda, Oksana Khaliman
Article first published online: March 20, 2013 (pages 36-40)
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The Semantic Groups of Numeralized Verbal Syntactic Transpositions
Iryna Melnyk
Article first published online: March 20, 2013 (pages 40-46)
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Temporal Prepositions with Lexemes "Time" and "Hour" in Russian and Belarusian Languages
Anna Ryzhkovich
Article first published online: March 20, 2013 (pages 46-50)
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Means of Grammatical Meanings’ Actualization in Russian Poetry of XIXth –XXIth centuries
Olena Skorobogatova
Article first published online: March 20, 2013 (pages 50-53)
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Phase Character of Aspectual Opposition in Modern Ukrainian Language
Svitlana Sokolova
Article first published online: March 20, 2013 (pages 53-60)
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To the Definition of the Verb: Lingual-Cognitological Approach
Vyacheslav Terkulov
Article first published online: March 20, 2013 (pages 60-65)
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Verbs Denoting Negative Impact in Modern German
Ganna Khrupina
Article first published online: March 20, 2013 (pages 65-73)
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