Voprosy Jazykoznanija. 2005. No. 2

CONTENTS
Тamaz V. Gamkrelidze
On a certain linguistic paradigm
3 - 6
Alexei L. Shilov
The Baltic-Finnish word-stock and the linguistics of the Eastern Slavonic languages
7 - 28
Rozalija F. Kasatkina
The Moscow akanije in the light of dialectal data
29 - 45
Rodmonga K. Potapova
The subject-oriented perception of foreign speech
46 - 64
Valentin Ju. Gusev
Typology of irregular imperative verbal forms
65 - 81
N.A. Kozhevnikova
Syntactic synonymy in a belles-lettres text
82 - 88
Vera I. Podlesskaya
The Russian verbs дать/давать: the change from direct to grammatical usage
89 - 103
M.E. Sоbоleva
Materials to the history of analytical philosophy of language in Germany
104 - 130
Reviews
Reviews
M.B. Popov
[Review of:] R.O. Richards. The Pannonian Slavic dialect of the Common Slavic Proto-language: The view from Old Hungarian / Ed. by Vyacheslav V. Ivanov and Brent Vine. UCLA Indo-European studies. V. 2. University of California. Los Angeles. 2003. 234 p.
131 - 134
Pavel Iosad
[Review of:] J. Mattissen. Dependent-head synthesis in Nivkh: A contribution to a typology of poly synthesis. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 2003. X + 350 p.
135 - 140
Nina R. Sumbatova
[Review of:] Structures of focus and grammatical relations / Ed. by J. Hetland and V. Molnár. Tübingen: Max Niemeyer Verlag, 2003. viii + 260 p. (Linguistische Arbeiten, 477.)
140 - 144
Jurij A. Lander
[Review of:] F. Wouk, M. Ross (Eds.). The history and typology of western Austronesian voice systems. Canberra: Pacific linguistics, 2002. vi + 474 p.
144 - 147
Yulia V. Mazurova
[Review of:] Representing space in Oceania: Culture in language and mind / Ed. by G. Bennardo. Canberra: The Australian National University, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, 2002. vii + 260 p.
147 - 152
Academic life
Academic life

Chronical features
153 - 157