RJ1052 Russian Syntax 1 - Seminar

Faculty of Education
Autumn 2018
Extent and Intensity
0/2/0. 4 credit(s). Type of Completion: z (credit).
Mgr. Bc. Oxana Truhlářová, Ph.D. (lecturer)
Guaranteed by
doc. PhDr. Mgr. Simona Koryčánková, Ph.D.
Department of Russian Language and Literature - Faculty of Education
Contact Person: Helena Rytířová
Supplier department: Department of Russian Language and Literature - Faculty of Education
Russian language at the level B1-B2
Course Enrolment Limitations
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Course objectives
The course is designed as preparation for the exam in the discipline   Russian syntax 1. The aim of the course is to practice and complement the lectures of discussed curriculum, enhance the knowledge of the Russian punctuation, expanding knowledge about the syntax of the confrontational aspect, developing communication skills in written and oral expression.
Learning outcomes
At the end of this course the student will be able to interpret syntactic phenomena of contemporary Russian, compare track simple phrases and sentences in Russian and English, use the information to the proper formation of Russian sentences, correctly use punctuation in writing.
  • 1.Syntactical units. Similarities and differences between the Russian and Czech languages.
  • 2. The sentence simple. The kinds of sentences according to the communicative intent, confrontation with Czech sentences.
  • 3. Negative sentences. Their specifics and translation into Czech and vice versa.
  • 4. The main sentence elements: subject and predicate. Problems of translation sentences with expressed and unexpressed subject. Determining the types of predicates.
  • 5. Emerging of sentence elements: attribute and annex. Differences and understanding between the Russian and Czech. Methods for expression of annexes in Russian.
  • 6. The direct and indirect object. The direct object in negative sentences. Supplement. Methods for expression. Translation structures with complement to Czech.
  • 7. Adverbial: classification, methods of expression. Punctuation in sentences with some types of adverbial.
  • 8. Classification of one-element sentences. One-element sentences in Russian in comparison with   Czech.
  • 9. Complex sentences: syntactic analysis, specifics of Czech translations of sentences into Russian.
  • 10. Determining the type of coordinate sentences. Differences between Russian and Czech.
  • 11. Analysis of complex sentences. Specifics of complex sentences in Russian in comparison with Czech.
  • 12. Asyndetical sentences. Punctuation in asyndetical sentences.
    required literature
  • ŽAŽA, Stanislav. Sintaksis russkogo jazyka v sopostavlenii s češskim (spolu s H.Flídrovou). Olomouc: Univerzita Palackého, 2005. 163 pp. ISBN 80-244-1104-0. info
  • ROZENTAL', Ditmar El'jaševič, Irina Borisovna GOLUB and Margarita Aleksejevna TELENKOVA. Sovremennyj russkij jazyk. 8-e izd. Moskva: Ajris-press, 2006. 443 s. ISBN 5811218524. info
    recommended literature
  • JEGOROVA, A. F. Trudnyje slučai russkoj grammatiki : sbornik upražnenij po russkomu jazyku kak inostrannomu. Sankt-Peterburg: Zlatoust, 2008. 100 s. ISBN 9785865474739. info
  • ZOLOTOVA, Galina Aleksandrovna, Nadežda Konstantinovna ONIPENKO and Marina Jur‘jevna SIDOROVA. Kommunikativnaja grammatika russkogo jazyka. Moskva: Institut russkogo jazyka im. V.V. Vinogradova, 2004. 540 s. ISBN 5887440503. info
  • VALGINA, Nina Sergejevna. Aktivnyje processy v sovremennom russkom jazyke. Moskva: Logos, 2003. 302 s. ISBN 5940100929. info
  • Russkij jazyk : enciklopedija. Edited by Jurij Nikolajevič Karaulov. Moskva: Bol'šaja rossijskaja enciklopedija, 2003. 703 s. ISBN 5710774308. info
    not specified
  • DOLEŽELOVÁ, Eva. Lekcii po morfologii russkogo jazyka. 3. vyd. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 2013. 159 pp. ISBN 978-80-210-6232-0. info
Teaching methods
Homework; theoretical training; syntactic exercises; reading and listening of Russian texts; translation exercises.
Assessment methods
The requirements: 1. active participation in the class; 2. regular assessment and doing the required home assignments based on the learnt theory and terminology; 3. test at the end of course based on the work done in the class.
Language of instruction
Follow-Up Courses
Further comments (probably available only in Czech)
The course is taught annually.
The course is taught: every week.
Information on the extent and intensity of the course: v kombinovaném studiu 24 hodin.
The course is also listed under the following terms Autumn 2019, autumn 2020, Autumn 2021.
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