Year / Number Authors Title Pages
2021, 2 Irina A. Veschikova Journalistic Style in the Modern Language Situation 7-19
2021, 2 Alexander B. Letuchiy I Wanted to Wash Myself – Syntax of Russian Reflexive Verbs in Spoken Language 20-34
2021, 2 Tatiana S. Sadova, Dmitrii V. Rudnev Official Language: “How Stuffy!” 35-43
2021, 2 Olga I. Severskaya, Larisa V. Selezneva Some Notes About Business Punctuation: Punctuation Marks or Stumbling Blocks? 44-53
2021, 2 Olga A. Davydova Heliotrope… What Colour Is That? 54-62
2021, 2 Anastasiia S. Kotelnikova “The Light Is Clear, Purpureal ...” (G. Derzhavin) 63-71
2021, 2 Larisa I. Marsheva, Egor Yu. Korotkov Difficult Places from the Easter Canon in the Church-Slavic Language (Correction Options on the Material of Song 4) 72-82
2021, 2 Maria A. Puzina Foreigners in Russia: the Fate of the Slavic Translation Stichera 83-99
2021, 2 Kirill M. Balashov-Eskin Poetic Enjambments as the Phenomenon of the V. A. Sosnora’s Poetic Syntax 100-115
2021, 2 Ol’ga L. Dovgy Zeugma in A. Cantemir’s Satires 116-127
2021, 1 Sergei S. Belousov Russian Jokes About Psychiatrists as a Construction 7-21
2021, 1 Kristina D. Zaides Pragmatic Marker ILI TAM (‘or something’): A Friend Among Foes, a Foe Among Friends 22-36
2021, 1 Sergei M. Pronchenko Speech Portrait of the Old-timers of the East Slavic Bryansk-Gomel Border (On the 140 Anniversary Since the Birth of P. A. Rastorguyev) 37-56
2021, 1 Maximov V. I. Old-Russian Stribog and his Ancient Greek Brother Astray 57-63
2021, 1 Ma Ruye The Key Concept of “Preparation” in K. K. Rokossovsky's Memoir “Soldier's Duty” 64-71
2021, 1 Natalia A. Nikolina, Zoya Yu. Petrova Gastronomic Vocabulary in Comparative Constructions of Modern Russian Prose 72-83
2021, 1 Mikhail Yu. Osokin Ippolit Bogdanovič, a Court Translator of Catherine II: An Episode from His Biography of “The Lira” period (1773) 84-94
2021, 1 Ekaterina A.  Shcheglova On Two Barbarisms in Essays on the Journey by I. A. Goncharov ‘Frigate Pallada’ 95-103
2021, 1 Nadezhda K. Onipenko We are Friequently Asked... 104-116
2021, 1 Ol'ga G. Zgirovskaya, Vladimir M. Pakhomov From ‘Abbreviaturа’ to ‘Yat'’ (Dedicated to the Release of the Third Edition of the ‘Russkii Yazyk’ Encyclopaedia) 117-128