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The aim of the online course: • To teach the students to identify semantic systems and systemic processes in the lexicon; • To explain the difference between primary and metaphoric meanings and types of semantic shifts; • To understand what is “frame approach” used by Moscow Lexical Typology Group in studying lexicon and in cross-linguistic of lexical systems; • To learn how to compile lexical typological questionnaires and build semantic maps reflecting the main oppositions in lexical systems. Auditory of the online course: all those who are interested in linguistics and languages; ВА or MA or PhD students or teachers of linguistic programs. The course contains: • The detailed description of Moscow Lexical Typology Group methodology (frame approach) as compared to the other frameworks in the field of lexical semantics (Lecure 1) • The cross-linguistics description of several semantic fields according to MLexT, case studies: • Systems of AQUAMOTION verbs (Lecture 2) • Systems of Verbs of falling (Lecture 3) • Systems of qualitative terms for OLD (Lecture 4) • The description of derived pain predicates (Lectures 5-6): • Cross-linguistically relevant sources for metaphors, • linguistic processes, accompanying this type of metaphorization, • special features manifested by source verbs of different semantics in this process...

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JC
2020年2月23日

excellent, we need an advanced course for this outstanding topic and its application on teaching and cognitive sciences

JN
2020年8月4日

So far it has been great but I made the mistake of enrolling in it since it's too advanced for me

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1 - Towards language universals through lexical semantics: introduction to lexical and semantic typology 的 20 個評論(共 20 個)

創建者 María F S A

2018年8月26日

I am an hipanic linguistic graduate student and I have never studied this topic until now. It is fascinating. I learned more than I thought I was about to learn and now that I have knowleadge in this subject I want to study more and more. I hope one day I can meet this amazing team of lexical investigators and maybe join you. Thank you for this brilliant course, I truly loved it.

創建者 Hanna a

2020年10月13日

This course definitely ranks among the best I have taken. The material is challenging, the assignments are rigorous and the lectures are very well structured. The explanation is clear which makes this course a stimulating and rich experience. I thoroughly enjoyed taking it.

創建者 Jaime R C C

2020年2月24日

excellent, we need an advanced course for this outstanding topic and its application on teaching and cognitive sciences

創建者 Jessica C T N

2020年8月5日

So far it has been great but I made the mistake of enrolling in it since it's too advanced for me

創建者 Michael C

2017年6月27日

The professor is very enthusiastic and presents the material in a very interesting way. However, when it comes to homework assignments, I noted that both I and most of the students whose work I reviewed had only a vague understanding, at times, of precisely what was expected in our submissions, and what were the correct responses.

創建者 Manuel P M

2021年4月8日

I recommend this fantastic course. It is absolutely clear, well structured, interesting and at the same time it is state of the art. Also, I have the pleasure and privilege to having met Professor Ekaterina V. Rakhilina, so I can say that her human quality is even greater than her academic excellence. Thank you!

創建者 Diego A A G

2021年5月29日

This course is really interesting if you want to know about the colexification, and the advances from MLETX group. Amazing and challenging.

創建者 Gabriella B G

2018年4月14日

I found this class to be very informative and I learned a lot in a short period of time.

創建者 Шаменко А Л

2021年4月4日

Отличный курс. Но последняя неделя показалась сложноватой по сравнению с предыдущими.

創建者 Durray S

2020年6月8日

It is very useful for the Linguistic students and can teach you a lot.

創建者 Veronica E

2020年11月9日

Excellent content, very didactic, and easy to understand.

創建者 Saba F

2019年11月15日

I would like to learn more topics in future.

創建者 Nitipong P

2020年1月9日

Knowledgeable and informative.

創建者 Янькова А Д

2020年7月30日

Very interesting and usefull!

創建者 Dempsey R A

2021年3月15日

Great Course. I learnt a lot

創建者 Vincente M A G

2017年10月27日

The course was fantastic.

創建者 Paul P

2020年11月15日

This was an interesting course to be introduced to lexical-semantic frames and observe occurrences of semantic shift in languages. As a poet, I appreciated especially the metaphorical transformations of word use translated from other languages. It shows how rich and diverse the history of human thought is, and how well we preserve it in our idiomatic expressions.

The theory in the lectures is quite thick, but if you understand the gist, the tasks are quite simple, and you get to engage with online corpora and are introduced to research databases and visualizations such as Framenet. I suggest doing the tasks in a second language if you're learning one, as this is bound to feel more beneficial and exploratory. Perhaps due to enrollment numbers, it takes a while for assignments to be peer reviewed.

創建者 Tatiana E

2021年9月23日

T​his topic and the teacher are absolutely outstanding, nevertheless I would like to suggest coursware improvements. First, I missed the modeling part of instruction. Sometimes I wasn´t sure that my assignment format was correct. Plus, I would really appreciate if the assessment rubric was more detailed. Thanks in advance, looking forward for more courses of this type.

創建者 M V

2020年8月16日

Buggy interface; Completed assignments marked as overdue

創建者 Lynn G

2020年7月7日

Course in not well organized and hard to do assignments and grade others. There is no way to unenroll in the course so if you decide these are issues you can't get rid of the course either.