RJ1000 Russian Fonology 1

Faculty of Education
autumn 2020
Extent and Intensity
1/0/0. 3 credit(s). Type of Completion: zk (examination).
Taught online.
Mgr. Anastasija Sokolova, Ph.D. (lecturer)
Guaranteed by
Mgr. Anastasija Sokolova, Ph.D.
Department of Russian Language and Literature - Faculty of Education
Supplier department: Department of Russian Language and Literature - Faculty of Education
Timetable of Seminar Groups
RJ1000/Kombi01: Fri 16. 10. 8:00–9:50 učebna 54, Fri 30. 10. 8:00–9:50 učebna 54, Fri 13. 11. 8:00–9:50 učebna 54, Fri 27. 11. 8:00–9:50 učebna 54, Fri 11. 12. 8:00–9:50 učebna 54, Fri 8. 1. 8:00–9:50 učebna 54, A. Sokolova
RJ1000/Prez01: Tue 8:00–8:50 učebna 3, A. Sokolova
Course Enrolment Limitations
The course is also offered to the students of the fields other than those the course is directly associated with.
fields of study / plans the course is directly associated with
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Course objectives
The aim of this course is to provide students with theoretical knowledge from the area of Russian phonology. Another aim of this course is to acquaint students with the Russian phonological terminology.

The language of lectures is Russian.
Learning outcomes
At the end of the lecture cycle students will be able to:
- to have basic knowledge of Russian phonetics and phonology,
- to know the differences between Russian and Czech pronunciation,
- to distinguish standard and non-standard Russian pronunciation,
- use in practice the theoretical knowledge gained during the lectures.
  • 1. Phonology. Phoneme. Phonetics and phonology.
  • 2. Articulation phonetics. Articulation organs.
  • 3. Units of the pnohetic system. Supersegmental and segmental units.
  • 4. Stress. Kind of stress. Place of the stress. Characteristics of the Russian stress.
  • 5. Vowels in Russian. Classification of Russian vowels. Labialization. Vowel reduction in Russian.
  • 6-7. Consonants in Russian. Classification of Russian consonants. Palatalization.
  • 8. Vowels' and consonants' changes in speech: positional and combinatorial changes of sounds.
  • 9. Intonation structures in Russian (IS 1-7). Russian in comparison to Czech.
  • 10. Transcription and transliteration.
  • 11. Orthoepy and orthography. Russian pronunciation rules. Orthoepic and orthographic dictionaries of the Russian language.
  • 12. Development of the Russian alphabet.
    recommended literature
  • VERBICKAJA, Ljudmila Alexejevna. Sovremennaja proiznositeľnaja norma russkogo literaturnogo jazyka [online]. Sankt-Petěrburg: Sankt-Petěrburgskij gosudarstvennyj universitet, 2016. Dostupné z: http://russianlectures.ru/ru/course/5/.
  • BONDARKO, Lija Vasiľjevna. Zvukovaja forma russkoj reči [online]. Izd. 2. Sankt-Petěrburg: Sankt-Petěrburgskij gosudarstvennyj universitet, 2006. Dostupné z: http://phonetics.spbu.ru/sites/default/files/res/man/index.html.
  • KNJAZEV, Sergej Vladimirovič and Jelena Vladimirovna MOISEJEVA. Sovremennyj russkij jazyk : fonetika : učebnoje posobije dlja bakalavriata i magistratury. Moskva: Jurajt, 2016. 329 stran. ISBN 9785991656337. info
  • KRČMOVÁ, Marie. Fonetika a fonologie. Elportál. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 2009. ISSN 1802-128X. URL info
  • GVOZDEV, Aleksandr Nikolajevič. Sovremennyj russkij literaturnyj jazyk. Izd. 6., ispravlennoje i dop. Moskva: URSS, 2009. 469 s. ISBN 9785397001915. info
  • KASATKIN, Leonid Leonidovič. Sovremennyj russkij jazyk : fonetika. Moskva: Akademia, 2006. 250 s. ISBN 5769524677. info
Teaching methods
Lectures in Russian.
Assessment methods
Oral exam in Russian.
Language of instruction
Further comments (probably available only in Czech)
Study Materials
The course is taught annually.
Information on the extent and intensity of the course: v kombinovaném studiu 12 hodin.
The course is also listed under the following terms Autumn 2018, Autumn 2019, Autumn 2021.
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