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2009, № 11



Dolin Yu.T. ONES AGAIN ABOUT THE SUBJECT AS A MAIN MEMBER OF A SENTENCE IN THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE (TO THE QUESTION’S THEORY)This article is devoted to the one of debatable questions in Russian grammar — the method of grammatical expression of the subject. The author logically defends the nominative theory of the Russian sentence perceiving in it one of axioms of grammatical science.Key words: the subject, the Russian language, subjective case, two-part subject, one-part subject, operating, axiom.

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