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Student slang: formal and semantic analysis of Spanish in comparison with Czech
This bachelor's thesis focuses on students' slang in both the Spanish and the Czech language, where it is further illuminated by semantic and formal analysis. The work is divided into two parts - theoretical and practical. The theoretical section deals with the characteristic linguistic features of student slang, which is primarily defined from a lexicological point of view and also presents the most common processes of student slang formation. The practical section uses a questionnaire survey to record the slang and informal expressions currently used by Czech and Spanish university students, and subsequently clarifies them by means of a comparative analysis. The work is supplemented by a small Spanish- Czech glossary of student "slangisms".
Students' slang in the Québec French - formal and semantic analysis
The theme of this bachelor thesis is Students' slang in the Quebec French - formal and semantic analysis. The thesis is divided into two parts - theoretical and practical. The theoretical part focuses on the history of Quebec French and on the major differences between French used in France and French used in Quebec. It also contains definition of the most important linguistic terminology used later in analysing the Quebec slang. In the practical part you can find the research of students' slang in Quebec. There is also a complete corpus of expressions used which contains a comparison with French from France and suggestions of Czech translation. The thesis is completed with a French-Czech glossary.

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