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Title: Punctuation in direct speech and quotations in different-system languages of the XX-XXI centuries (on the basis of English, Russian and Kalmyk scientific, publicistic and artistic texts)
Authors: Ubushaeva, I. V.
Убушаева, И. В.
Keywords: Punctuation;Direct address;Dash;Different-system languages;Scientific style;Publicistic style;Artistic texts
Issue Date: 2018
Citation: Ubushaeva I.V. Punctuation in direct speech and quotations in different-system languages of the XX-XXI centuries (on the basis of English, Russian and Kalmyk scientific, publicistic and artistic texts) / I.V. Ubushaeva // Гуманитарные и юридические исследования.- 2018.- № 4.- С. 239-243
Series/Report no.: Гуманитарные и юридические исследования 2018. № 4;
Abstract: Punctuation systems of any language, as well as the language itself, are in constant development. In the twentieth-twenty first centuries new punctuation trends appear, some of them become dominant when placing punctuation marks with different syntactic structures, while the others gradually disappear from use. The process of the emergence of new punctuation trends is also found in the three languages and their styles under consideration. Studies show that new meanings have appeared in the semantic function of punctuation marks. Our interest is the usage of punctuation marks with those new meanings in scientific, publicistic styles and artistic texts in English, Russian and Kalmyk languages. The article is devoted to the use of punctuation marks in direct speech and quotations. The author makes an attempt to trace the arrangement of punctuation markers in English, Russian and Kalmyk languages in scientiic, publicistic styles and in artistic texts of the twentieth-twenty irst centuries. In the process of work, general and special characteristics are established in the use of punctuation markers in direct speech and quotations in three languages and their styles, since English, Russian and Kalmyk are considered as different -system languages.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12258/10071
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