Voprosy Jazykoznanija. 2017. No. 3

CONTENTS
Boris M. Gasparov
Theoretical linguistics as a worldview.
7 - 23
Andrey B. Shluinsky
Aspect system of Enets against the background of Russian: A case study of “classifying” viewpoint aspect.
24 - 52
Olga Inkova
Generalization: Definition, discourse functions, markers (in Russian, French, and Italian).
53 - 82
Natalia A. Slioussar, Tatiana Ye. Petrova, Ekaterina V. Mikhailovskaya, Natalia V. Cherepovskaia, Veronika K. Prokopenya, Daria A. Chernova, Tatiana V. Chernigovskaya
Experimental studies of grammar: Expressions with literal and non-literal meaning.
83 - 98
Anna K. Laurinavichyute, Anna V. Chrabaszcz, Nina O. Farizova, Valeria A. Tolkacheva, Olga V. Dragoy
The influence of sensorimotor stereotypes on the comprehension of spatial constructions: Evidence from eye-tracking.
99 - 109
Elena L. Vilinbakhova, Mikhail Kopotev
Does “X est’ X” mean “X eto X”? Looking for an answer in synchrony and diachrony.
110 - 124
Reviews
Reviews
Alexey A. Kozlov
T. Nesset. How Russian came to be the way it is: A student’s guide to the history of the Russian language. Bloomington (IN): Slavica Publishers, 2015. xxvi, 361 p. ISBN 978-0-89357-443-7.
125 - 132
Galina G. Tyapko
S. Tanasić. Sintaksa pasiva u savremenom srpskom jeziku [The syntax of passive in Modern Serbian]. Beograd: Beogradska knjiga — Institut za srpski jezik SANU, 2014. 259 p. ISBN 978-86-82873-50-1.
133 - 140
Galina R. Dobrova
E. Tribushinina, M. D. Voeikova, S. Noccetti (eds.). Semantics and morphology of early adjectives in first language acquisition. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015. 478 p. ISBN 978-1-4438-7730-5.
141 - 150
Maria A. Kosogorova
D. Creissels, K. Pozdniakov (éds.). Les classes nominales dans les langues atlantiques. Köln: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag, 2015. 628 p. ISBN 978-3-89645-565-9.
151 - 159