• Stilistics
    . Bookish style embraces scientific, official, publicistic (newspaper), oratorical, and poetic styles. Arnold belongs to the group of scholars who reject the existence of belles-letres style. Her opinion is that each work of literature presents an example of the author’s individual speech...
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  • Stylistic Analysis
    focuses on economic development and international aid. The publicistic functional style of the article is marked by the use of words with the emotive meaning. There are a variety of stylistic devices, which author uses to imply emotional tension to the text and reflect his personal feelings and...
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  • Publicistic
    Content: Introduction……………………………. Chapter I. I.I General notes on style and Stylistic…………………. I.II. General notes on functional styles of language…………… I.III. Publicistic style……………………………………… I.III.I Oratory and Speeches…………………………. I.III.II. The Essay...
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    publicistic FS B) the scientific FS C) the belles-letters FS D) the style of official documents E) the newspaper FS 20. To inform and provide reader with evaluative information is the aim of A) the newspaper FS B) the scientific FS C) the belles-letters FS D) the publicistic FS E) the...
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  • Headlines
    first chapter deals with the theory concerning publicistic style. It is divided into four parts: 1) defining the Publicistic Headline; 2) classification and structure of the publicistic headlines; 3) linguistic peculiarities of publicistic headlines; 4) on the applicability of publicistic headlines; 5...
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  • Publicistic Style
    B. PUBLICISTS STYLE The publicistic style of language became discernible as a separate style in the middle of the 18th century. It also falls into three varieties, each having its own distinctive features. Unlike other styles, the publicistic style has a spoken variety, namely, the oratorical...
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  • Functional Styles
    Criteria Scientific prose style Oratorical sub-style Publicistic styles Pragmatic aim to prove a hypothesis, to create new concepts, to disclose the internal laws of existence, development, relations between different phenomena. is to exert influence on public opinion, to convince the listener...
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  • A Comparative Analysis of Tenses in Newspapers Headlines and Reports
    aim in communication.(Galperin ) Table1. Function style Intellectual- communicative Voluntary Emotive Contact- creating Aesthetic Oratorical + + + + + Colloquial + + + + _ Poetic + - + _ + Publicistic and Newspaper + + + _ _ Official + + _ _ _ Scientific...
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  • FUNCTIONAL STYLISTICS
    a two-level classification of styles and substyles based on the functions of language in the given sphere of communication: 1. The belles-lettres functional style with the substyles of: 1) poetry, 2) emotive prose, 3) drama. The function of the style is cognitive-aesthetic. 2. The publicistic FS...
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  • problems in transltaion of music press headline
    Linguistic peculiаrities of publicistic heаdlines…………………………..….….15 1.4 Applicаbility of publicistic heаdlines……………………………………..…..…17 1.5 Prаgmаtic Aspect of Publicistic heаdlines…………………….............................19 1.6 Approаches of trаnslаtion used in Newspаper Style…………………….………21 1.7 The wаys...
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  • Stylistic
    Linguistic peculiarities of publicistic style The publicistic style is used in public speeches and printed public works which are addressed to a broad audience and devoted to important social or political events, public problems of cultural or moral character. It falls into three varieties, each...
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  • English Language
    by a subjective handling of facts, political or otherwise, and therefore have more in common with political essays or articles and should rather be classed as belonging to the publicistic style than to the newspaper. However, newspaper publicistic writing bears the stamp of its own style. Though it...
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  • Stylistics
    individual style of speaking, writing must be investigated with the help of common rules and generalization. Galperin distinguishes five styles in present-day English: I. Belles Lettres ( беллетристика) 1. Poetry 2. Emotive prose 3. The Drama III. Publicistic Style 1. Oratory and...
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  • Analysis of the Structure of a Newspaper Article
    the publicistic style and it undergoes a certain lexical deterioration. Availability of standard gives use to the newspaper cliches, which are characteristics for the newspaper speech. In this way, one of the peculiarities of the newspaper style is availability of repeated words and word...
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  • Commenting on Essay
    the main contention/point/idea? | | |II. Type of Writing. |3. Is it scholarly or publicistic writing...
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  • Shpoty Po Stilistike
    . The main peculiarities of belles-lettres style. 30. The main peculiarities of publicistic style. 31. The main peculiarities of newspaper style. 32. The main peculiarities of scientific and official style. The subject of stylistics. Its connection with other disciplines. Stylistics - branch of...
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  • Stylistics
    substyles of the publicistic style. It makes use of expressive means and tropes. The journalistic articles are impersonal. Belles-lettres style. (the style of fiction) embraces:1)poetry; 2)drama; 3)emotive prose. B-l style or the style of imaginative literature may be called the richest...
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  • Jack London "Love of Life"
    language 7. The Etymology of the English Word Stock 8. The Theory of the Word. Lexical Meaning and Semantic Structure of English Words. The English Stylistics 1. Functional Styles of the English Language 2. Phono-Graphical Expressive Means. 3. Lexical Stylistic Devices...
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  • Styles of Pronunciation
    styles may be verbal and phonetic. Verbal functional styles are studied by Stylistics. Phonetic functional styles are studied by Phonostylistics. The two often overlap; but do not necessarily fully coincide. Phonetic functional styles are the following: - informative (formal) - scientific (academic) - declamatory (oratorial) - familiar (conversational) - publicistic (artistic)...
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  • Stylistics
    application of the term style. We speak of the different styles of language. Thus we may distinguish the following styles within the English literary language: 1) the belles- letters style; 2) the publicistic style; 3) the newspaper style; 4} the scientific prose style; 5) the style of official...
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