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Kelkaj aspektoj de Esperanto laŭ Funkcia Diskurs-Gramatiko

Jansen, W (2015)
In this paper, the architecture of Functional Discourse-Grammar or FDG is described. A simple interrogative clause in Esperanto is used to illustrate how a linguistic expression is built up from the formulation of its intention to its articulation. Relatively much attention is paid to the extra-grammatical conceptual and contextual components because conventional descriptions of Esperanto tend to neglect them and, as a result of this, fail to clarify certain difficulties in the language satis...

Duamana traduko por la Rusa Caro : Pri 17a-jarcentaj novaĵ-tradukoj en "Vesti-Kuranty"

A second-hand translation for the Russian Tsar. About 17th century translations of news items in "Vesti-Kuranty". "Vesti-Kuranty" is the name generally used for the early handwritten Russian 'newspapers' that were produced at the Posol'skij Prikaz, the Russian Diplomatic Chancellery, for more than a hundred years, right up until the first printed newspaper was established (Vedomosti; from 1703). During that time, those news summaries were called either vesti ('reports') or kuranty (from Coura...