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2013, 6 Tatiana I. Reznikova R. von Waldenfels. The grammaticalization of ‘give’ + infi nitive. A comparative study of Russian, Polish, and Czech. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 2012. 334 p. 144-151
2007, 1 M. Guiraud-Weber The use of nouns as nominative predicates in contemporary Russian: is it yet possible to speak of the semantic opposition «nominative vs. instrumental case»? 18-26
2004, 1 Ekaterina Rakhilina, I.A. Prokof'eva Lexical typology of cognate languages: Russian and Polish verbs of rotation 60-78
2003, 2 M. Guiraud-Weber [Рец. на / Review of:] E. V. Petruxina. Aspect categories of the verb in Russian in comparison with Czech, Slovak, Polish and Bulgarian 132-135
2001, 2 B. Wiemer Aspectual paradigms and lexical meaning of Russian and Lithuanian verbs. An experience of comparison from the point of view of lexicalisation and grammaticalisation 26-58
2001, 1 Sh.V. Khairov [Рец. на / Review of:] A. Mikołajczuk. Gniew we współczesnym jȩzyku polskim 136-139
1999, 2 Lyubov’ V. Kurkina [Review of:] Symbolae slavisticae dedykowane pani profesor Hannie Popowskiej-Taborskiej 128-134
1996, 3 E.K. Nikolaeva On the typology of phrase- formation in fixed comparisons (based on the materials of the Polian language) 95-99
1993, 4 А. Wierzbicka Anti-totalitarian language in Poland: Mechanisms of language self-defence 107-125
1992, 1 Anna A. Plotnikova The Polish dialectal lexicography of the last decades 126-137