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Introduction



Part 1. Structural types of predicate



1.1. The Simple predicate

a) The simple Verbal Predicate

b) The simple Nominal Predicate

1.2 The Compound Predicate

a) The Compound Verbal Predicate

b) The Compound Nominal Predicate

1.3 Mixed types of Compound Predicate



Part 2. Agreement of the predicate with the subject.



Conclusion

A list of literature

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Buying of the Franchise

Introduction........................

The Benefits and Responsibilities of Franchise Ownership .

The Cost .................. Controls

Selecting a Franchise

Additional Sources of Information

Lawyer and Accountant

Banks and Other Financial Institutions

Better Business Bureau ..

Government Departments ..

Federal Trade Commission (FTC)

Topic: Franchising

Exsample

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Contents

Introduction

Chapter I

Historical observation of American idioms



Idioms reflecting the way of life on the American frontier

Idioms referring to the 18th century

Idioms referring to the 19th century

Idioms referring to the 20th century



Chapter II

Characteristic of using idioms in speech

v Definition of idioms

v  Idioms using break

v Idioms using bring

v Idioms using call

v Idioms using come

v Idioms using do

v Idioms using get

v Idioms using give

v Idioms using keep

v Idioms using let

Chapter II

Phrasal Verbs as Idioms

Chapter III

Traditional idioms

Conclusion

Bibliography

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Plan:



1. Introduction 

2. The Chapter 1. Translation of Clauses

1.1. Structural Ambiguity

1.2. Functional Ambiguity

1.3. Transfer Problems

1.4. Distinction of gerunds and participles

1.5. Stylistic Preferences

1.8.Participial Clauses

1.9. Problems in Grammatical and Lexical Coverage

3. The Chapter 2. Functional Styles of the English language, introductionary remarks

2.1. Te Belles-Letters Style

2.2. Publicists Style

2.3. Journalistic Articles

2.4. Newspaper Style

2.5. Scientific Prose Style

2.6. The Style of Official documents

4. Conclusion

5. Bibliography

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1. Introduction

2. Personal pronouns

3. Conclusion

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Peculiarities of language in E. Hemingways short story The undefeated.

Plan:

Introduction

Chapter 1. Creative life of E. Hemingway

Chapter 2. Functional and publicists styles of English languages

Chapter 3. Peculiarities of styles in Hemingways story Undefeated



Conclusion

Bibliography

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Plan:

 

 

Introduction

  

The Chapter 1. The main concept of Lexicology

          1.1  Main entries and headwords

          1.2  Grouping and ordering of senses

          1.3  Pseudoentries (linguistic regularities)

          1.4.  Part of speech (category) information

 

The Chapter 2.  Lexical relations

          2.1 Semantic networks and conceptual graphs

          2.2 Collocational functions

          2.3 Lexical subordination and qualia structures .

          2.4 Lexical rules

          2.5 Orthography, phonology, morphology, and administrative information

          2.6  Lexicographic information, including definitions

 

 

The Chapter 3. Syntactic structure

          3.1. Syntactic features

          3.2.  A Dictionary for Unification Grammars

          3.3  Lexical Functional Grammar

          3.4  Diathesis Alternations

          3.5  Semantic Roles and Their Relationship to Syntactic Structure

          3.6  Semantic representation, a word's type, and selectional restrictions

      

 

  Conclusion

  Bibliography           

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Plan

1. Die Einleitung



2. Feste und Braeuche 



3. Nikolaustag

3.1 Die Nikolausbescherung

3.2 Der Nikolausschuh



4. Weihnachten

4.1 Der Weihnachtsmarkt

4.2 Der Weihnachtsbaum



5. Neujahr

5.1 Die Geschichte des Neujahrs

5.2 Silvester

5.3 Die Brauche des Neujahrs



6. Fasching

6.1 Die Geschichte der Fasching

6.2 Kostuemfest

6.3 Karnevall



7. Ostern

7.1 Feuerraeder und Osterfeuer

7.2 Oesterliche Braeuche

7.3 Der Osterhase

7.4 Rund ums Osterei

7.5 Ostereier-Verstecken



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2.1 Äåìîêðèò è ýïèêóðåéöû

2.2 Âèòðóâèé

2.3 Ïðîáëåìà ïðîèñõîæäåíè çûêà â ñâåòå ýïîõè Âîçðîæäåíè

2.4 Òåîðè îáùåñòâåííîãî äîãîâîðà Ò. Ãîááñà

2.5 Ýòàïû ñòàíîâëåíè (Ïüåð Ëóè Ìîïåðòþè).

2.6 Êîíöåïöè Ý. Êîíäèëüêà

2.7 Ñòèõèéíîñò âîçíèêíîâåíè çûêà (Æ.-Æ. Ðóññî)

2.8 "Ñîîáðàæåíè î ïðîèñõîæäåíèè è ôîðìàöèè çûêîâ" À. Ñìèòà



Çàêëþåíèå

Ñïèñîê ëèòåðàòóðû



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Einleitung

1. Kapitel

Zeitgeschichtliche Enstehung- und Entwicklungungen

1.1 Historische Wegmarken

1.2 Inkubationsphase ( 1945-1950)

1.3 Grundungphase (1950-1957)

a. Die Europaeische Gemeinschaft fuer Kohle und Stahl

b. Europaeische Politische Gemeinschaft

1.4 Konsolidierung und Kriesenphase (1958-1969)

1.5 Erweiterung und Stagnation (1969-1985)

a. Die Europaeische Politische Zussammenarbeit

1.6 Neuer Schub (ab 1986)

1.7 Chronologie EU

1.8 Schlussfolgerung

1.9 Fachliteratur

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Plan:



1.Der zweite Weltkrieg und seine Folgen:

1.Hitlers Aussenpolitik

2.Deutschland 1945-Stunde Null

3.Deutschland bei Kriegsende 1945. Industirie

4.Deutchland nach 1945.Weichenstellungen nach der bedinungslosen Kapitulation

5.Deutschland nach 1945. Aufteilung in Besatzungszonen

6.Politik Grossbritaniens und der USA im Nachkriegsdeutschland

2.Konferenz von Potsdam:

1.Potsdamer Abkommen (2.08.1945)

3.Die wirtschaftliche Politik der Westmaechte:

1.Kalter Krieg und Teilung Deutschlands

2.Rekonstruktion

3.Der Marschall-Plan

4.Die Waehrungsreform

5.Das Staatsgebiet der BRD

6.Soziale Marktwirtschaft

7.Die Wirtschaft der BRD in den 50-er Jahren

8.Das Wirtschaftswunder

9.Die Wirtschaft der BRD seit den 70-er Jahren

4. Die Politik der Sowjetunion. Die Berliner Blockade:

1.Das Staatsgebiet der DDR

2.Die Situation Berlins

3.System der Planwirtschaft in der DDR

4.Nachkriegsentwiklung (1945-1949)

5.Territorialplanung der DDR- Wirtschaft

5.Wiedervereinigung



Schlussfolgerung

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Einleitung

1. Kapitel

Zeitgeschichtliche Enstehung- und Entwicklungungen

1.1 Historische Wegmarken

1.2 Inkubationsphase ( 1945-1950)

1.3Grundungphase (1950-1957)

c. Die Europaeische Gemeinschaft fuer Kohle und Stahl

d. Europaeische Politische Gemeinschaft

1.4Konsolidierung und Kriesenphase (1958-1969)

1.5Erweiterung und Stagnation (1969-1985)

b. Die Europaeische Politische Zussammenarbeit

1.9 Neuer Schub (ab 1986)

1.10 Chronologie EU

1.11 Schlussfolgerung

1.9 Fachliteratur

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Contents:



Introduction 2 

Part 1 

The variety of the stylistic devices

1.1 Simile.,..3-4

1.2.Polysyndeton5-6

1.3 Antithesis..6-10

1.4 Repetition..10-11

1.5 Enumeration.11-13

1.6 Parallel construction13-15

1.7 Epithet15-17

1.8 Interjection17-20

1.9 Metaphor.20-22

Part 2

The translation of The Song of Hiawatha into Russian...22-25.

Part 3

Translating Hiawatha, translating Indianess.25-39.

Part 4

Song of Hiawatha, Kalevawas cousin?.40-52

Vocabulary.53-56

Conclusion.57-58

Notes..59

Bibliography.60



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Introduction



I. Idioms are an essential part of the vocabulary of English

1.1 Different aspects of idioms

1.2 When and where to use idioms



II. American history reflected in idioms



III. Food idioms with quizzes



Conclusion

Bibliography

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Plan:

I. Principles of American government

A. Constitutional authority

B. Separation of powers

C. Federalism

D. Representative democracy

II. The legislative branch

A. Organization

B. Functions

C. Committee system

III. The executive branch

A. The presidency

B. The Executive Office of the President

C. Executive departments and agencies

D. Control of departments and agencies

IV. The Judicial branch

A. Authority of the courts

B. Lower court system

C. The Supreme Court

D. Judges

V. Growth of the federal government

A..Background

B. Early years

C The rise of big government

D. World power

E. Domestic challenges

VI. Current issues in U.S. government

A. How much should the federal government do?

B. How effective is the government?

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Report

Topic: "The System of Government in the USA "

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Plan

I. Elements of government

A, Rules of conducts 

B, Law enforcement

II. Who governs?

A. Aristotle's categories

B. democracy

Communism



III. Constitutional government

A. The U.S. Constitution

B. interpreting the states rights

IV system of government

A. federal system

B. interpreting the states rights

VII. Government at work

A. Defense 

B. taxation.

C. State services.

VIII. The organization of government

A, Presidential government

B. Parliamentary government

C, Party systems

IX. History of government



A. ancient time

B. middle ages

C. modern time

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Plan:

I. Principles of American government

A. Constitutional authority

B. Separation of powers

C. Federalism

D. Representative democracy

II. The legislative branch

A. Organization

B. Functions

C. Committee system

III. The executive branch

A. The presidency

B. The Executive Office of the President

C. Executive departments and agencies

D. Control of departments and agencies

IV. The Judicial branch

A. Authority of the courts

B. Lower court system

C. The Supreme Court

D. Judges

V. Growth of the federal government

A. Background

B. Early years

C The rise of big government

D. World power

E. Domestic challenges

VI. Current issues in U.S. government

A. How much should the federal government do?

B. How effective is the government?

C How democratic is the govern

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2.2 Âèòðóâèé

2.3 Ïðîáëåìà ïðîèñõîæäåíè çûêà â ñâåòå ýïîõè Âîçðîæäåíè

2.4 Òåîðè îáùåñòâåííîãî äîãîâîðà Ò. Ãîááñà

2.5 Ýòàïû ñòàíîâëåíè (Ïüåð Ëóè Ìîïåðòþè).

2.6 Êîíöåïöè Ý. Êîíäèëüêà

2.7 Ñòèõèéíîñò âîçíèêíîâåíè çûêà (Æ.-Æ. Ðóññî)

2.8 "Ñîîáðàæåíè î ïðîèñõîæäåíèè è ôîðìàöèè çûêîâ" À. Ñìèòà

Çàêëþåíèå

Ñïèñîê ëèòåðàòóðû

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INTRODUCTION (2).
BUSINESS LETTERS THROUGH LEXICS (2).
A sampling of contract phrases.
Foreign esoteric words.
Some words against passive.
EXAMINING ENGLISH BUSINESS LETTERS (3).
Example 1.
Example2.
Example 3.
Example 4.
Example 5.
Example 6.
CONCLUSION (18).
BIBLIOGRAPHY (20).



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Plan

Introduction

Planning

Perspective and rationale

1 Planning the traditional view

2 planning an alternative perspective

Sampling the knowledge base

1 consequences of planning

2 Planning for the Experienced and Beginning Teacher

PLANNING DOMAINS

1.The Phases of Teaching

2.Attending to Planning Cycles

5. THE SPECIFICS OF PLANNING

1 Instructional Objectives

* THE MAGER FORMAT OF BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES

* MORE GENERAL APPROACHES

* WHICH APPROACH FOR BEGINNING TEACHERS?

Taxonomies for Helping Choose

Instructional Objectives

* THE COGNITIVE DOMAIN

* THE AFFECTIVE DOMAIN

* THE PSYCHOMOTOR DOMAIN



4.3 Lesson Plans

*daily planning

*weekly and unit planning

*early plans

*timetable techniques to assist unit and early planning

4.4 choosing content

*knowledge structures

*behavioral content matrix

4.5 choosing activity structures

*activities to establish routines

*activities to establish group morale and cohesion

 activities to sequence instruction and to produce variety

4. 6 summary



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Contents

Introduction

Chapter I

Historical observation of American idioms



Idioms reflecting the way of life on the American frontier

Idioms referring to the 18th century

Idioms referring to the 19th century

Idioms referring to the 20th century



Chapter II

Characteristic of using idioms in speech

v Definition of idioms

v  Idioms using break

v Idioms using bring

v Idioms using call

v Idioms using come

v Idioms using do

v Idioms using get

v Idioms using give

v Idioms using keep

v Idioms using let

Chapter II

Phrasal Verbs as Idioms

Chapter III

Traditional idioms

Conclusion

Bibliography

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Plan:



3. Introduction 

4. The Chapter 1. Translation of Clauses

1.1. Structural Ambiguity

1.2. Functional Ambiguity

1.3. Transfer Problems

1.4. Distinction of gerunds and participles

1.5. Stylistic Preferences

1.8.Participial Clauses

1.9. Problems in Grammatical and Lexical Coverage

3. The Chapter 2. Functional Styles of the English language, introductionary remarks

2.1. Te Belles-Letters Style

2.2. Publicists Style

2.3. Journalistic Articles

2.4. Newspaper Style

2.5. Scientific Prose Style

2.6. The Style of Official documents

4. Conclusion

5. Bibliography

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Plan:



4. Introduction

5. Personal pronouns

6. Conclusion

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Peculiarities of language in E. Hemingways short story The undefeated.



Plan:



Introduction



Chapter 1. Creative life of E. Hemingway

Chapter 2. Functional and publicists styles of English languages

Chapter 3. Peculiarities of styles in Hemingways story Undefeated



Conclusion

Bibliography



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Plan:

 

 

Introduction

  

The Chapter 1. The main concept of Lexicology

          1.1  Main entries and headwords

          1.2  Grouping and ordering of senses

          1.3  Pseudoentries (linguistic regularities)

          1.4.  Part of speech (category) information

 

The Chapter 2.  Lexical relations

          2.1 Semantic networks and conceptual graphs

          2.2 Collocational functions

          2.3 Lexical subordination and qualia structures .

          2.4 Lexical rules

          2.5 Orthography, phonology, morphology, and administrative information

          2.6  Lexicographic information, including definitions

 

 

The Chapter 3. Syntactic structure

          3.1. Syntactic features

          3.2.  A Dictionary for Unification Grammars

          3.3  Lexical Functional Grammar

          3.4  Diathesis Alternations

          3.5  Semantic Roles and Their Relationship to Syntactic Structure

          3.6  Semantic representation, a word's type, and selectional restrictions

      

 

  Conclusion

  Bibliography           



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8. Die Einleitung



9. Feste und Braeuche



10. Nikolaustag

10.1 Die Nikolausbescherung

10.2 Der Nikolausschuh



11. Weihnachten

11.1 Der Weihnachtsmarkt

11.2 Der Weihnachtsbaum



12. Neujahr

12.1 Die Geschichte des Neujahrs

12.2 Silvester

12.3 Die Brauche des Neujahrs



13. Fasching

6.1 Die Geschichte der Fasching

6.2 Kostuemfest

6.3 Karnevall

14. Ostern

14.1 Feuerraeder und Osterfeuer

14.2 Oesterliche Braeuche

14.3 Der Osterhase

14.4 Rund ums Osterei

14.5 Ostereier-Verstecken





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Einleitung

1. Kapitel

Zeitgeschichtliche Enstehung- und Entwicklungungen

1.1 Historische Wegmarken

1.2 Inkubationsphase ( 1945-1950)

1.3 Grundungphase (1950-1957)

e. Die Europaeische Gemeinschaft fuer Kohle und Stahl

f. Europaeische Politische Gemeinschaft

1.4 Konsolidierung und Kriesenphase (1958-1969)

1.5 Erweiterung und Stagnation (1969-1985)

c. Die Europaeische Politische Zussammenarbeit

1.12 Neuer Schub (ab 1986)

1.13 Chronologie EU

1.14 Schlussfolgerung

1.9 Fachliteratur



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Plan:



1.Der zweite Weltkrieg und seine Folgen:

1.Hitlers Aussenpolitik

2.Deutschland 1945-Stunde Null

3.Deutschland bei Kriegsende 1945. Industirie

4.Deutchland nach 1945.Weichenstellungen nach der bedinungslosen Kapitulation

5.Deutschland nach 1945. Aufteilung in Besatzungszonen

6.Politik Grossbritaniens und der USA im Nachkriegsdeutschland

2.Konferenz von Potsdam:

1.Potsdamer Abkommen (2.08.1945)

3.Die wirtschaftliche Politik der Westmaechte:

1.Kalter Krieg und Teilung Deutschlands

2.Rekonstruktion

3.Der Marschall-Plan

4.Die Waehrungsreform

5.Das Staatsgebiet der BRD

6.Soziale Marktwirtschaft

7.Die Wirtschaft der BRD in den 50-er Jahren

8.Das Wirtschaftswunder

9.Die Wirtschaft der BRD seit den 70-er Jahren

4. Die Politik der Sowjetunion. Die Berliner Blockade:

1.Das Staatsgebiet der DDR

2.Die Situation Berlins

3.System der Planwirtschaft in der DDR

4.Nachkriegsentwiklung (1945-1949)

5.Territorialplanung der DDR- Wirtschaft

5.Wiedervereinigung



Schlussfolgerung



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Einleitung

1. Kapitel

Zeitgeschichtliche Enstehung- und Entwicklungungen

1.1 Historische Wegmarken

1.2 Inkubationsphase ( 1945-1950)

1.3Grundungphase (1950-1957)

g. Die Europaeische Gemeinschaft fuer Kohle und Stahl

h. Europaeische Politische Gemeinschaft

1.4Konsolidierung und Kriesenphase (1958-1969)

1.5Erweiterung und Stagnation (1969-1985)

d. Die Europaeische Politische Zussammenarbeit

1.15 Neuer Schub (ab 1986)

1.16 Chronologie EU

1.17 Schlussfolgerung

1.9 Fachliteratur



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Plan:



Introduction



I. Idioms are an essential part of the vocabulary of English

1.3 Different aspects of idioms

1.4 When and where to use idioms



II. American history reflected in idioms



III. Food idioms with quizzes



Conclusion

Bibliography

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Plan:

I. Principles of American government

A. Constitutional authority

B. Separation of powers

C. Federalism

D. Representative democracy

II. The legislative branch

A. Organization

B. Functions

C. Committee system

III. The executive branch

A. The presidency

B. The Executive Office of the President

C. Executive departments and agencies

IV. The Judicial branch

A. Authority of the courts

B. Lower court system

C. The Supreme Court

D. Judges

V. Growth of the federal government

A..Background

B. Early years

C The rise of big government

D. World power

E. Domestic challenges

VI. Current issues in U.S. government

A. How much should the federal government do?

B. How effective is the government?

C How democratic is the government?

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Topic: "The System of Government

in the USA "

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Plan

I. Elements of government

A, Rules of conducts 

B, Law enforcement

II. Who governs?

A. Aristotle's categories

B. democracy

Communism



III. Constitutional government

A. The U.S. Constitution

B. interpreting the states rights

IV system of government

C. federal system

D. interpreting the states rights

VII. Government at work

A. Defense 

B. taxation.

C. State services.

VIII. The organization of government

A, Presidential government

B. Parliamentary government

C, Party systems

IX. History of government



D. ancient time

E. middle ages

F. modern time



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Plan:

I. Principles of American government

A. Constitutional authority

B. Separation of powers

C. Federalism

D. Representative democracy

II. The legislative branch

A. Organization

B. Functions

C. Committee system

III. The executive branch

A. The presidency

B. The Executive Office of the President

C. Executive departments and agencies

D. Control of departments and agencies

IV. The Judicial branch

A. Authority of the courts

B. Lower court system

C. The Supreme Court

D. Judges

V. Growth of the federal government

A. Background

B. Early years

C The rise of big government

D. World power

E. Domestic challenges

VI. Current issues in U.S. government

A. How much should the federal government do?

B. How effective is the government?

C How democratic is the govern

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Contenido







La II República Española como explicación del franquismo





El franquismo





Las instituciones del franquismo: 1938-73





Sociedad: 1939-77





Cultura: 1939-77





Disputas familiars





La crisis del régimen: 1969-75





De la dictadura a la partidocracia: 1975-77

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