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2014 | 27 |
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Akvizice češtiny a propriální sféra jazyka

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The author analyzes two textbooks prepared for teaching Czech as a foreign language (A1 level) for the use of proper names for glottodidactic purposes. He indicates their function of information and communicative, as well as grammatical and socio-cultural. The lexical material is divided into class depending on the type of the referent, he compares them and highlights the position of proper names in the text. He describes the different types of anthroponyms, toponyms and chrematonyms and performed by them functions, as well as their attendance in particular group of proper names. Author shows the dependence of occurrence of proper names’ type adopted in textbook of the theory of language acquisition. In this way, he points out what information is displayed through different types of proper names.
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The author analyzes two textbooks prepared for teaching Czech as a foreign language (A1 level) for the use of proper names for glottodidactic purposes. He indicates their function of information and communicative, as well as grammatical and socio-cultural. The lexical material is divided into class depending on the type of the referent, he compares them and highlights the position of proper names in the text. He describes the different types of anthro­ponyms, toponyms and chrematonyms and performed by them functions, as well as their attendance in particular group of proper names. Author shows the dependence of occurrence of proper names’ type adopted in textbook of the theory of language acquisition. In this way, he points out what information is displayed through different types of proper names.
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27
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2014
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2014-01-01
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_14746_psj_2014_XXVII_3
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