Питання до заліку зі стилістики англійської мови (IV курс, стаці

ПИТАННЯ ДО ЗАЛІКУ ЗІ СТИЛІСТИКИ АНГЛІЙСЬКОЇ МОВИ

(IV курс, стаціонар)

Stylistics as a linguistic discipline. The subject-matter of Stylistics and its basic notions.

General scientific background of linguo-stylistics. Information theory and stylistics. The definition of information. Different types of information.

Information theory and linguistics. The major types of information from a linguo-stylistic perspective.

The principal model of information transfer. Its constituents.

The principal model of information transfer. Basic processes involved. Information loss and accumulation.

Types and kinds of stylistics.

Basic notions of stylistics: language, speech activity and speech; syntagmatics and paradigmatics; marked and unmarked members of stylistic opposition.

Basic notions of stylistics: style; individual style; norm; variant / invariant, context.

Basic notions of stylistics. Types of paradigms. Expressive means and stylistics devices.

Style and meaning. Meaning from the stylistic point of view.

Forms and varieties of language. The notion of received standard.

Basis for the stylistic differentiation of the English vocabulary; stylistic and functional style meaning of the word. Types of stylistic meanings of the word.

General characteristics of words which have lexical and stylistic paradigm.

Literary words and their stylistic functions: poetic diction, archaic word, barbarisms, bookish words.

The interrelations between archaic word, historic words, stylistic and lexical neologisms.

Conversational words and their classification. Their stylistic functions.

The notions of EM and SD on the syntactic level.

General characteristics of the English syntactical expressive means.

Syntactical EM based on the redundancy of elements of the neutral syntactic model.

Syntactical EM based on the violation of word order of elements of the neutral syntactic model.

Syntactic SD based on the interaction of several syntactic constructions within the utterance.

Syntactic SD based on the interaction of forms and types of syntactic connections between words, clauses, sentences.

Syntactic SD based on the interaction of the syntactic construction meaning with the context.

General characteristics of the English semasiological means of stylistics.

Classification of figures of substitution. EM based on the notion of quantity an EM based on the notion of quality.

General characteristics of figures of substitution as expressive means of semasiology.

General characteristics of figures of combination as stylistic devices of semasiology.

Figures of quality: general characteristics.

Figures of quantity: hyperbole, meiosis.

Figures of equivalence: simile, substituting and specifying synonyms.

Figures of non-equivalence: climax, anti-climax, pun, zeugma.

Metaphorical group. Mechanism of metaphoric transfer of name. Types of metaphor.

Metonymical group. Syntactic and semantic difference between metonymy and metaphor.

Figures of opposition: antithesis, oxymoron.

Irony. Context types of irony.

The problem of functional style in English.

Functional and non-functional variants of the English language.

The notion of functional style.

Deductive classification of functional style.

Inductive classification of functional style.

The style of official documents in Modern English.

The publicistic style and oratorical style in Modern English.

The style of scientific prose.

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