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Teaching materials for ESL distance learning

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Where, why, and how? Topophones in Ray Bradbury's science fiction


The article highlights the category of literary space, connecting different topophones with the author's worldview. Topophones in the works by Ray Bradbury are used not only for identifying the place where the events unfold but they equally serve as the background to the expression of the author's evaluative characteristics of the modern world, his attitude to science, the latest technologies, and the human beings who are responsible for all the events, which take place not only on the Earth, but also far away from it.

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A brief note on undermerge and case overwriting

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Some notes on split ergativity in Hittite

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Conflict, Confrontation, and War Reflected in Mass Media: Semantic Wars, their Victors and Victims

engines. In Lege artis. Language yesterday, today, tomorrow. The journal of university of SS Cyril and Methodius in Trnava . Warsaw: De Gruyter Open, I (1), June 2017, p. 262-298. DOI: 10.1515/lart-2017-0003. Pravdová, H. (2017). Topical issues of media operating in the internet environment In SGEM 2017: The 4 th international multidisciplinary scientific conference on social sciences and arts: Science &society conference proceedings . Vol. V: Education and educational research. Sofia: STEF92 Technology, p. 617-624. Rummel, R.J. (1975

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Towards Understanding of Conceptualisation in Cognitive Terminology

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Mixed gender agreement in the case of Russian hybrid nouns

References Abney, S. P. (1987). The English noun phrase in its sentential aspect. (Doctoral dissertation). Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA. Cheng, L. L.-S., Heycock, C., and Zamparelli, R. (2017). Two levels for definiteness. In M. Erlewine (Ed.), Proceedings of GLOW in Asia XI. Vol. 1 (pp. 79-93). Cambridge, MA: MIT. Chomsky, N. (2001). Derivation by phase. In M. Kenstowicz (Ed.), Ken Hale: A life in language (pp. 1-52).Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Corbett, G. (1979). The

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