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Concessive sentences in contrastive perspective (didactic application)
The main topic of this final thesis is the concessional clause in the teaching of ELE for Slovak students. The following work consists of a contrastive analysis of the two languages, Spanish and Slovak, through which the possible difficulties with the concession in Spanish are assumed. The main objective of this work is that the students are able to recognize, interpret and correctly produce the concession in Spanish. In addition, the work explains the functioning of the concessional subordinates in Spanish. Moreover, it proposes eleven activities to practice this phenomenon that were carried out by the Slovak students of level B2 and C1. The didactic proposal includes all the problematic of the concessions putting the focus on the mode, which is, according to the results obtained, where more problems arise. All activities are part of the communicative approach and include games, dialogues and the use of new technologies. The content of the activities aims to familiarize the student with literature, history and Spanish cinema.
Verbal Periphrases Expressing the Beggining of Verbal Action in Contemporary Spanish
This Bachelor Thesis is focused on the research of frequency and the use of verbal periphrases expressing the beginning of an action in various functional styles of language. The aim of this thesis is to describe ingressive and inchoate verbal periphrases and thereafter to analyse them according to corpus of Spanish royal academy CREA. The verbal periphrases will be investigated in various functional styles of language such as: fiction, journalist, technical, and colloquial style. On the basis of obtained results we will find out the frequency of every single verbal periphrases in every researched functional style of language. The observations are summarized in graphs and tables. In the end of the thesis the results will be compared with the theory of Czech, Slovak and Spanish linguists.

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