RJ1017 Syntax 1

Faculty of Education
Autumn 2024
Extent and Intensity
1/0/0. 3 credit(s). Type of Completion: zk (examination).
Mgr. Bc. Oxana Truhlářová, Ph.D. (lecturer)
Guaranteed by
Mgr. Bc. Oxana Truhlářová, Ph.D.
Department of Russian Language and Literature – Faculty of Education
Supplier department: Department of Russian Language and Literature – Faculty of Education
Russian language at the level B1-B2
Course Enrolment Limitations
The course is also offered to the students of the fields other than those the course is directly associated with.
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Course objectives
The goal of the course is to provide basic knowledge about the syntax of the Russian language. The attention is focused on the construction of simple sentences, compound and complex sentences in a comprataive Russian-Czech aspect.
Learning outcomes
At the end of this course the student will be able to describe the syntactic system of contemporary Russian; to explain the differences in the structure of simple and compound sentences in Russian and Czech; to apply the knowledge practically; to improve in written and oral speech.
  • The subject of syntax. Syntactical units and their relations in sentence.
  • Classification of sentence: positive and negative sentences, communicative types of sentences.
  • Main sentence elements. Subject and predicate.
  • Secondary parts of the sentence: attribute and apposition.
  • Object. Direct and indirect object. Complement.
  • Adverbials and ways to express the adverbials.
  • One-element and two-element sentences (minor and major clauses).
  • Compound and Complex sentences. General characteristics.
  • Compound sentence. Classification.
  • Complex sentence. Classification.
  • Asyndetical sentence. Sentences with different types of syntactic connection.
  • The main differences in the syntactic system of Russian and Czech.
    required literature
  • VALGINA, Nina Sergejevna. Aktivnyje processy v sovremennom russkom jazyke. Moskva: Logos, 2003, 302 s. ISBN 5940100929. info
  • 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
    recommended literature
  • KARDANOVA, M.A. Russkij jazyk. Sintaksis. Moskva: Nauka, 2009
  • 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
  • Russkij jazyk : enciklopedija. Edited by Jurij Nikolajevič Karaulov. Moskva: Bol'šaja rossijskaja enciklopedija, 2003, 703 s. ISBN 5710774308. info
  • CHIMIK, Vasilij Vasil‘jevič. Praktičeskij sintaksis russkogo jazyka : učebno-metodičeskoje posobije dlja inostrannych učaščichsja. Sankt-Peterburg: Zlatoust, 2001, 92 s. ISBN 5865472054. info
  • Sovremennyj russkij jazyk :fonetika, leksikologija, slovoobrazovanije, morfologija, sintaksis. Edited by Lev Aleksejevič Novikov. 2. izd., ispravlennoje i dop. Sankt-Peterburg: Lan', 1999, 854 s. ISBN 5-8114-0128-0. info
  • MRÁZEK, Roman. Sravnitel'nyj sintaksis slavjanskich literaturnych jazykov : ischodnyje struktury prostogo predloženija. Vyd. 1. V Brně: Univerzita J.E. Purkyně, 1990, 149 s. ISBN 8021002042. URL info
Teaching methods
Lecture. Regular preparing for lessons.
Assessment methods
Oral exam (terminology, theoretical topics with examples and practical analysis).
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 12 hodin.
The course is also listed under the following terms Autumn 2019, autumn 2020, Autumn 2021, Autumn 2022, Autumn 2023.
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