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A.D. Grigoryev's dialectological heritage in the context of Siberian dialects studies.
Kipchatov, Mikhail ; Lendělová, Věra (advisor) ; Čermák, Václav (referee)
The following Master's thesis is devoted to the topic of Russian Siberian dialects, which are based on Great Russian dialects. The aim of the thesis is to present and evaluate a unique and still unexplored source of dialectological information - the work of the Russian scholar A. D. Grigoryev Русские старожильческие говоры Сибири written. This manuscript, which is still stored at Grigoryev's personal fund at the archives of the Academy of Sciences in the Czech Republic, is an extensive work containing more than 1,600 pages, where dialectal features of more than 550 municipalities in 12 provinces of Siberia are described. Theoretical part (Chapter I) shows the history of research of Siberian dialects as secondary dialects, their main specifics and history of settlement in Siberia. A. D. Grigoryev's life and work are introduced in Chapter II (practical part), along with detailed analysis and description of Russian Siberian dialects from the phonetic, morphological, lexical and syntactic point of view, based on the above mentioned work with an indication of toponyms where relevant linguistic phenomena are registered. The Master's thesis is mainly based on Russian materials, which deal with the topic of Siberian dialects. The main method applied in the thesis is a descriptive method.
Semantic characteristics of paremias with key word "water" (an attempt at comparative analysis within Russian and Czech)
Kipchatov, Mikhail ; Kedron, Katerina (advisor) ; Rajnochová, Natalie (referee)
The bachelor thesis describes semantic specifics of the Czech and Russian paremias which include "water" as a key word. The aim of the thesis is to discover similarities and differences among paremias which incorporate the "water" component formally. The main methods displayed in the following thesis are comparative and semantic analysis. In Part 1 the main group of paremias (proverbs and sayings) problematics is described, as well as their interaction with other types of fixed expressions (phrasemes, idioms, adages etc.). Part 2 contains two classifications one of which is based on semantic properties of the "water" component; the classification includes the most typical oppositions within which the component is realised in Czech and Russian. The second classification of paremias with key word "water" is founded on the theory of semantic fields (taxa).

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