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Topics: Linguistics, Semantics, English language Pages: 266 (85029 words) Published: February 11, 2014
R. S. Ginzburg , S. S. Khidekel,
G. Y. Knyazeva, A. A. Sankin

A COURSE IN
MODERN ENGLISH
LEXICOLOGY
SECOND EDITION

Revised and Enlarged
Допущено
Министерством
высшего и среднего
специального образования СССР
в качестве учебника
для студентов
институтов и факультетов
иностранных языков

Сканирование, распознавание, проверка: Аркадий Куракин (ark # mksat. net), окт-2004. Орфография унифицирована к британской. Для некоммерческого использования.

MOSCOW VYSŠAJA ŠKOLA 1979

ББК 81.2-3 Англ Л
43

Рецензент :
кафедра английской филологии Ленинградского государственного педагогического института им. А. А. Герцена

Л 43 Лексикология английского языка: Учебник для ин-тов и фак. иностр. яз./Р. 3. Гинзбург, С. С. Хидекель, Г. Ю. Князева и А. А. Санкин. — 2-е изд., испр. и доп. — М.: Высш. школа, 1979. — 269 с, ил., табл. Список рек. лит. В п е р . : 1 р . 00 к.

Данная книга является вторым изданием учебника по лексикологии тех же авторов, вышедшего впервые в 1966 г. В учебнике нашли отражение такие вопросы лексикологии, как семасиология, структура слова, словосложение и словообразование, словосочетания и фразеологические единицы, этимология словарного состава английского языка, основы английской лексикографии и др.

Второе издание дополнено разделом «Методы лексикологического исследования», значительно расширен раздел «Лексикография» и др. Учебник предназначается для студентов институтов и факультетов иностранных языков. ББК 81.2-3 Англ

4602010000
4И (Англ)

© ИЗДАТЕЛЬСТВО
«ВЫСШАЯ ШКОЛА», 1979

PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION

This book makes no pretension to deal with the whole vast field of English Lexicology. It has a more limited aim, to assist the students of foreign language institutes and departments in their study of the fundamentals of Modern English Lexicology. Post-graduates specialising in English and teachers of English may also find it useful.

This book is, as its title implies, concerned only with the vocabulary of English as it exists and functions at the present time. The authors* major concern is, therefore, with the treatment of the problems inherent in a course of Lexicology mainly from the synchronic angle. The diachronic approach which is, in the authors’ opinion, indispensable in any study of vocabulary occupies its due place in the book too.

The book is based on the course of lectures in English Lexicology delivered by the authors for a number of years at the Moscow Maurice Thorez State Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages. The subject matter corresponds to the programme on English Lexicology issued by the USSR Ministry of Higher and Secondary Special Education. In preparing this work the authors have tried to take into consideration the latest achievements in linguistic science made in the Soviet Union and elsewhere. The authors’ indebtedness to various books and studies will be readily perceived from List of Books Extensively Used as well as from the authors quoted or referred to in the foot-notes. The factual material collected in some of the best graduation papers compiled under the authors’ guidance has also been made use of.

The work of preparing the separate parts of the course has been distributed among the authors as follows: 1.
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Introduction — A. A. Sankin
Varieties of English — G. Y. Knyaseva
Semasiology — R. S. Ginzburg
Word-Groups and Phraseological Units — R. S. Ginzburg
Word-Structure — S. S. Khidekel and A. A. Sankin
Word-Formation: affixation, conversion, shortening of words and minor ways of word-forming — A. A. Sankin
Word-Composition — S. S. Khidekel
7. Etymological Survey of English Vocabulary — G. Y. Knyazeva 8. Conclusion — R. S. Ginzburg and S. S. Khidekel

9. Fundamentals of English Lexicography:
Number of Vocabulary Units in English — R. S. Ginzburg Main Types of English Dictionaries — G. Y. Knyazeva
The authors owe a great debt to a number of their colleagues from the Chair of English Lexicology and...
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