|Anton V. Zimmerling
Impersonal constructions and dative-predicative structures in Russian.
|7 - 33|
|Dmitrij O. Dobrovol’skij, Alexei D. Shmelev
Russian language-specific items and their correlates in translation: The case of chto ni govori ‘say what you will’.
|34 - 48|
|Elena V. Paducheva
Some remarks on the language of Leo Tolstoy and small-scale diachronic shifts.
|49 - 63|
|Maria V. Skachedubova
On the interpretation of l-forms without auxiliary used in pluperfect contexts in Hypatian Chronicle and The First Novgorodian Chronicle.
|64 - 76|
|Elena A. Galinskaya, Alexander Ch. Piperski
Participles in -s’ in the language of Russian poetry of the 18th and 19th centuries.
|77 - 86|
|Mladen Uhlik, Andreja Žele
Da-clauses as complements of desiderative and manipulative verbs in Slovenian.
|87 - 113|
|Olga V. Fedorova
Russian gestures from a linguistic perspective (dedicated to the publication of Elena A. Grishina’s monograph).
|114 - 123|