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Рубежный контроль

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Рубежный контроль включает тест, который состоит из 24 заданий, за каждое из которых студент получает 0,5 баллов. Общее число баллов равно – 12.

Примеры тестовых заданий для рубежного контроля по итогам усвоения пройденных модулей.


Задание. Choose the correct answer:

1. What does the term “obsolete” mean?

a) used by no one

b) showing disapproval

c) outdated

d) informal


2. Which of the words can be defined as clipping?

a) specs

b) thumb generation

c) informania

d) homeshoring


3. Who introduced semantic triangle in the semantic theory of the word?

a) Bloomfield and Halliday?

b) Lakoff and Johnson

c) Ogdan and Richards

d) Sapir and Levinson


4. Which of the suffixes is used for wrongdoings, scandals, wicked goings-on?

a) – athon

b) – loads

c) nik

d) – gate


Экзамен проводится в конце семестра и включает собеседование по изученным теоретическим вопросам и лексикологический анализ текста.


Экзаменационные вопросы:

1. Lexicology as a Branch of Linguistics

2. The Etymological Structure of English Vocabulary

3. Borrowings in English: assimilation of borrowings and types of assimilation

4. International Words, Etymological Doublets, Translation-Loans

5. Morphological Structure of English Words

6. Word-Formation. Prefixation.

7. Word-Formation. Suffixation

8. Word-Formation. Conversion.

9. Word-Composition

10. Types of Abbreviations in Modern English

11. Word-Meaning ( Referential and Functional Approaches to Meaning)

13. Polysemy. Semantic Structure of a Polysemous Word

14. Word-Meaning. Types of meaning.

15. Connotation and Cultural Associations

16. Word-Meaning and Meaning in Morphemes

17. Word-Meaning and Motivation

18. Change of Meaning: causes, nature and results of semantic change

19. Homonymy in Modern English

20. Semantic Groupings in the English Vocabulary: semantic fields, hyponyms and lexical-semantic groups

21. Synonyms (their sources, classification). Synonyms as expressive means

22. Antonyms and Their Linguistic Treatment in Modern English ( classification, stylistic functions)

23. English Phraseology: definition and major criteria for distinguishing between phraseological units and free word-groups; phraseological unit versus idiom

24. Classifications of phraseological units ( thematic classification, V.V.Vinogradov’s classification, A.V.Koonin’s classification)

25. Origin and Sources of Phraseological units

26. Local varieties of English on the British Isles.

27. British and American English

28. Stylistic Lexicology: literary colloquial words, familiar colloquial words, low colloquial words; slang; dialect words

29. Stylistic Lexicology: bookish words, officialese, poetic diction, archaisms, professional terminology

30. Replenishment of Modern English Vocabulary

Примеры экзаменационных текстов для лексикологического анализа:


1) “You are arguing outside of my faculties of sense and rhetoric”, says Bill. “What I wanted you to do is to go to Washington and dig out this appointment for me. I haven’t no ideas of cultivation and intrigue. I’m a plain citizen and I need the job. I’ve killed seven men”, says Bill; “I’ve got nine children; I’ve been a good Republican ever since the first of May; I can’t read nor write, and I see no reason why I ain’t illegible for the office. And I think your partner, Mr. Tucker”, goes on Bill, “is also a man of sufficient ingratiation and connected system of mental delinquency to assist you in securing the appointment. I will give you preliminary”’ says Bill, “$1,000 for drinks, bribes and carfare in Washington. If you land the job I will pay you $1,000 more, cash down, and guarantee you impunity in boot-legging whiskey for twelve months. Are you patriotic to the West enough to help me put this thing through the White-washed Wigwam of the Great Father of the most eastern flag station of the Pennsylvania Railroad?” says Bill (O’Henry).


2) She was funny, his mum. She was always on at him to talk and tell her things, but he was sure she didn’t really mean it. At the moment he couldn’t see any way of avoiding it. He was only a kid, and she was his mum, and if he felt bad it was her job to stop him feeling bad, simple as that. Even if she didn’t want to, even if it meant that she’d end up feeling worse. Tough. Too bad. He was angry enough to talk to her now.


‘What are you watching for? It’s rubbish. You’re always telling me’.

Fiona had taken Marcus to a SPAT summary party in someone’s garden when they first moved to London, but she hadn’t been back since; Marcus had been to more meetings than she had, because Suzie had taken him on one of their outings.

‘Tant pis.’

What did she have to say things like that for? He knew it was French for ‘tough shit’, but why couldn’t she just say ‘tough shit’? No wonder he was a weirdo (Nick Hornby “About a Boy”).


3) In the development of language it is well established that the things first to receive names were the definite, tangible things coming most close in everyday experience.

Thus long and short applied to time, are words originally expressing spatial dimension. The adjective brief comes from Latin brevis originally applied to space… Most of the names for divisions of time may be traced back to words expressing physical facts: minute (Lat. minutus, “small”), month (moon)…

The verb last, “to endure”, in earlier English applied to spatial continuance. Endure goes back to a physical meaning “to become hard». Quick, a native English word, had an original meaning, “living”, a meaning surviving in such combinations as quicksilver, quickline, cut to the quick, the quick and the dead.

The way in which a set of words may be made to express a complex variety of meanings is illustrated further by the use made of names of such elemental conceptions as the parts of body, the names of which are shifted to express a remarkably varied set of meanings in the inanimate world or in the world of thought. The name head appears in bridgehead, head of a pin, head of an institution, head of a class, fountain head, head of a coin, headland. (from “English Words And Their Background” by George McKnight ).


План лексикологического анализа:


1. Classify words according to semantic fields they belong to.

2. Point out the cases of American English and other regional varieties

3. Identify the etymology of as many words as you can

4. Pick out formal and informal words and give a brief description of as many words as you can

5. Pick out words with different morphological structures and analyze them

6. Pick out words formed by means of prefixation:

a) state what parts of speech they belong to;

b) characterize the prefixes according to their origin, meaning and productivity.

7. Pick out words formed by means of suffixation:

a) state what parts of speech they belong to;

b) characterize the suffixes according to their origin, meaning, and productivity.

8. Pick out compound words:

a) state what parts of speech they belong to;

b) state whether they are compounds proper or derivational compounds;

c) define the degree of their motivation.

9. Point out words formed by means of conversion. Supply the missing members of conversion pairs and characterize them according to their meaning.

10. Pick out the examples of abbreviations and comment on their types.

11. Pick out polysemous words and give a detailed analysis of their semantic structure.

12. Pick out several words you find linguistically interesting and supply them with homonyms:

a) characterize the homonymic pairs according to the type of homonymy;

b) prove that the words in question are homonyms and not polysemous words.

13. Pick out several words you find linguistically interesting, supply them with synonyms and characterize the resulting synonymic groups.

14. Pick out several words you find linguistically interesting, supply them with antonyms and characterize the resulting antonymic pairs.

15. Pick out several phraseological units and classify them according to the degree of semantic cohesion.


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