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Verbs with infinitive complements in Czech and Russian with respect to teaching Czech for foreigners
Panova, Anna ; Hudousková, Andrea (advisor) ; Škodová, Svatava (referee)
The thesis Verbs with infinitive complements in Czech and Russian with respect to tecaching Czech for foregners is focused on comparing verbs with infinitival complements in Czech and Russian. The aim is to establish a list of verbs with different complements in Czech and Russian and use those differences in the proces of teacheing Czech as a foreign language for Russian speakers.
Perfective and imperfective verbs derived from -nést, -nášet, -nosit in combination with prefixes vy- and v- (based on the The Czech National Corpus data analysis)
Solovej, Natalie ; Starý Kořánová, Ilona (advisor) ; Hudousková, Andrea (referee)
The subject of this thesis are the verbs of motion with the roots -nést, -nášet, -nosit in conjunction with the prefixes vy- and v-. The thesis is divided into a theoretical and analytical part. The theoretical part focuses on determinate and indeterminate verbs of motion, their specificity and their use in metaphorical expressions. Furthermore, the theoretical part focuses on the verbal aspect, prefixes and the issues with valence. The analytical part of the work contains a separate analysis of the verbs and is based on the Czech national corpus SYN2010. Selected verbs are categorized according to their structure of valences and analysed from their semantic and syntactic points of view. The aim of this thesis is to compare the results with those that are found in Czech language dictionaries, specifically in the dictionaries of Czech valences: Slovník slovesných, substantivních a adjektivních vazeb a spojení (2005), Slovník spisovného jazyka českého (1989) and Valenční slovník českých sloves VALLEX (2008). Keywords: determinate - indeterminate verbs, verbal aspect, iterativity - noniterativity, verbal prefixes vy- and v-, verbal valence
Conjunctions in Spoken and Written Czech
Tartakovskaya, Anastasia ; Cvrček, Václav (advisor) ; Hudousková, Andrea (referee)
TARTAKOVSKAYA, A. Conjunctions in spoken and written Czech Faculty of arts Charles University in Prague, 2011 Supervisor: Václav Cvrček, Ph.D. Number of pages: 66 + 6 attachments Key words: Conjunctions, written Czech language, spoken Czech language, word link, Czech National Corpus, secondary linking conjunctions, co-coordinating linking conjunctions Conjunctions in the Czech language are still relatively small chapter described in manuals and grammar books. The aim is to investigate connecting words in spoken and written language, their use in text and links with other words, compare the use of the coupling term in written and spoken Czech language. Theoretical basis for master's thesis is based on several works which are devoted to this issue, either in whole or in dealing with some of its parts. But the major outline of work is driven by the Czech National Corpus (hereafter CNC), namely the corpora SYN2005 and ORAL2008. First chapter deals with CNC and coupling expressions in general, second deals with secondary linking conjunctions, their use in text types and surrounding words. The content of the third chapter incorporates the connecting conjunctions.
Comparison of a traditional dictionary description and a corpus of written Czech with regard to semantic prosody
Vovchuk, Oleksandr ; Cvrček, Václav (advisor) ; Hudousková, Andrea (referee)
Czech dictionaries were created in the pre-corpus era; it is thus clear that some of their entries don't take into account semantic prosody - the fact that some lexemes occur in particular contexts (consequences are always far-reaching or catastrophic, while intention can be both evil and noble). The aim of this thesis is to compare selected parts of a dictionary (randomly selected probe into Czech adjectives) with corpus material, define the extent of missing information in the current state of Czech language description and explore, how many per cent of information about entries is missing in contemporary dictionaries. We based our research on Slovník spisovného jazyka českého (Dictionary of Written Czech) and representative corpuses of written language SYN2005, or else SYN2010. Context analysis was carried out by means of statistical methods and collocation rates. The difference between dictionary definitions and information inferred from the corpus research could become a further guideline for creating a new dictionary (besides adding a whole range of new entries that are still missing in Czech dictionaries). Keywords lexicon, corpus, semantic prosody
Particles in the spoken Czech (on the material from the Prague spoken corpus)
Yamamoto, Emi ; Adamovičová, Ana (advisor) ; Hudousková, Andrea (referee)
Particles in the Spoken Czech have been underestimated as a subject of research which have not been studied enough, even though the figures of the Prague Spoken Corpus (PSC) show that every 8 word in Spoken Czech is particle on average. The purpose of this thesis is to analyze particles compiled by PSC; the research of particles has been done both statistically and with respect to another characteristics of classification by sociolinguistic parameter, character, valency and function.
Conjunctions in spoken and written Czech
Tartakovskaya, Anastasia ; Cvrček, Václav (advisor) ; Hudousková, Andrea (referee)
TARTAKOVSKAYA, A., Conjunctions in spoken and written Czech Faculty of arts Charles University in Prague, 2012 Supervisor: Václav Cvrček, Ph.D. Number of pages: 74 + 6 attachments Key words: Conjunctions, written Czech language, spoken Czech language, word link, Czech National Corpus, secondary linking conjunctions, co-coordinating linking conjunctions Conjunctions in Czech language are still relatively poorly described in manuals and grammar books. The aim of the thesis is to investigate conjunctions in spoken and written language, their usage both in texts and in relations with neighboring words, further to compare their usage in written and spoken language. Theoretical background of this thesis is based on several works, which are devoted to this issue, either in whole or to some of its parts. However, the work itself is driven by the Czech National Corpus (hereafter CNC), namely the corpora SYN2005 and ORAL2008. First chapter deals with CNC and conjunctions in general, second investigates secondary linking conjunctions, their use in text types and surrounding words. The content of the third chapter incorporates the connecting conjunctions.
Perception of Czech Culture by Students of the ILPS and Ways of Promotion of its Study Centre
Sedláčková, Daniela ; Zamykalová, Miroslava (advisor) ; Hudousková, Andrea (referee)
The Diploma Thesis is divided into three sections. The first section describes the activities of the ILPS and characterizes closely the Study Centre in Prague -- Albertov and its courses. The second section deals with differences among cultures, according to Fons Trompenaars and Charles Hampden-Turner, and characterizes Czech culture and the cultures of participants of courses at Albertov. This section also includes a research study on the perception of Czech culture by foreign students and in-depth interviews with two representatives. The last section discusses the promotion of the Study Centre Albertov and proposes concrete ways on how to promote the 6-Week Intensive Czech Language Course and the summer course Czech Language and Culture.

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