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English Articles in Use = Артикли: объяснение, употребление, тренинг: учебное пособие Сергеева Ю. М.

English Articles in Use = Артикли: объяснение, употребление, тренинг: учебное пособие

Сергеева Ю. М.

Издательство «Флинта» 2017 г. 247 страниц

Настоящее пособие представляет собой свод основных правил употребления артиклей с различными типами имен существительных, в зависимости от выполняемой ими синтаксической функции в предложении. Функционально-прагматический подход позволяет объяснить, почему тот или иной артикль требуется в конкретной коммуникативной ситуации. Пособие совмещает в себе сборник упражнений и удобный справочник.Для студентов и преподавателей лингвистических вузов, а также для широкого круга читателей, изучающих английский язык.

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Содержание

  • От автора
  • Chapter 1. THE ARTICLE AND THE CATEGORY OF DETERMINATION. TYPES OF ATTRIBUTES
  • 1.1. The article as a nominal determiner
  • 1.2. Descriptive and limiting attributes
  • 1.2.1. Types of attributes
  • 1.2.2. Attributes expressed by adjectives
  • 1.2.3. Attributes expressed by the pronoun other
  • 1.2.4. Attributes expressed by numerals
  • 1.2.5. Attributes expressed by nouns in the common case
  • 1.2.6. Attributes expressed by nouns in the possessive case
  • 1.2.7. Attributes expressed by participles
  • 1.2.8. Attributes expressed by the infi nitive
  • 1.2.9. Attributes expressed by the gerund
  • 1.2.10. Attributes expressed by prepositional nominal phrases
  • 1.2.11. Attributes expressed by subordinate clauses
  • 1.3. The place of the article in a nominal phrase
  • Chapter 2. THE INDEFINITE ARTICLE
  • 2.1. Forms of the indefi nite article
  • 2.2. The indefi nite article with common countable nouns. The functions of the indefi nite article
  • 2.2.1. The classifying function of the indefi nite article
  • 2.2.2. The generic function of the indefi nite article
  • 2.2.3. The numerical function of the indefi nite article
  • 2.3. The indefi nite article with material nouns
  • 2.4. The indefi nite article with abstract nouns
  • 2.5. The indefi nite article with unique objects
  • 2.6. The indefi nite article with some semantic groups of nouns
  • 2.6.1. The indefi nite article with nouns denoting seasons
  • 2.6.2. The indefi nite article with nouns denoting parts of the day
  • 2.6.3. The indefi nite article with nouns denoting names of meals
  • 2.6.4. The indefi nite article with nouns denoting names of diseases
  • 2.6.5. The indefi nite article with nouns bed, school, college, university, hospital, church, prison, jail, table
  • 2.7. The indefi nite article with proper nouns
  • Chapter 3. THE DEFINITE ARTICLE
  • 3.1. The defi nite article with common nouns
  • 3.1.1. The specifying function of the defi nite article
  • 3.1.2. The generic function of the defi nite article
  • 3.2. The defi nite article with material nouns
  • 3.3. The defi nite article with abstract nouns
  • 3.4. The defi nite article with some semantic groups of nouns
  • 3.4.1. The defi nite article with nouns denoting seasons
  • 3.4.2. The defi nite article with nouns denoting parts of the day
  • 3.4.3. The defi nite article with names of meals
  • 3.4.4. The defi nite article with names of diseases
  • 3.4.5. The defi nite article with nouns bed, school, college, university, hospital, church, prison, jail, table
  • 3.4.6. The defi nite article with the noun sea
  • 3.5. The defi nite article with proper names
  • 3.5.1. The defi nite article with geographical names
  • 3.5.2. The defi nite article with miscellaneous proper names
  • 3.6. The situational use of the defi nite article with proper names
  • Chapter 4. THE MEANINGFUL ABSENCE OF THE ARTICLE
  • 4.1. The zero article in the function of absolute generalization
  • 4.2. The zero article with material nouns
  • 4.3. The zero article with collective nouns
  • 4.4. The zero article with abstract nouns
  • 4.5. The meaningful absence of the article with some semantic groups of nouns
  • 4.5.1. The zero article with nouns denoting seasons
  • 4.5.2. The zero article with nouns denoting parts of the day
  • 4.5.3. The zero article with nouns denoting names of meals
  • 4.5.4. The zero article with names of diseases
  • 4.5.5. The zero article with names of sciences and school subjects
  • 4.5.6. The zero article with names of sports and games
  • 4.5.7. The zero article with nouns school, college, hospital, prison, etc
  • 4.5.8. The zero article with nouns town, space, society
  • 4.6. The zero article with proper names
  • 4.6.1. The zero article with geographical names
  • 4.6.2. The zero article with miscellaneous proper names
  • 4.6.3. The zero article with names of persons
  • 4.7. Contextually bound absence of the article
  • Chapter 5. ARTICLES WITH NOUNS IN VARIOUS SYNTACTIC FUNCTIONS
  • 5.1. Syntactic structure and actual division of a sentence
  • 5.2. Articles with nouns in the function of а subject
  • 5.3. Articles with nouns in the predicative function
  • 5.4. Articles with nouns in the function of an object
  • 5.5. Articles with nouns in apposition
  • 5.6. Articles with nouns used as adverbial modifi ers
  • 5.6.1. Articles with nouns used as an adverbial modifi er of place
  • 5.6.2. Articles with nouns used as an adverbial modifi er of time
  • 5.6.3. Articles with nouns used as an adverbial modifi er of manner
  • 5.6.4. Articles with nouns used as an adverbial modifi er of comparison
  • 5.7. Articles with nouns used as direct address
  • 5.8. Articles with nouns used as parenthesis
  • EXERCISES to CHAPTER 1
  • EXERCISES to CHAPTERS 2, 3, 4
  • EXERCISES to CHAPTER 5
  • Bibliography