Release:2018, Vol. 4. №3
About the authors:Natasha Vuyko, Russian Language Teacher, University of Belgrad (Belgrade, Serbia); Master Student, Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Tyumen; email@example.com
This article presents a comparative study of one-member sentences in the Russian and Serbian languages. The authors aim to identify and describe the features of one-member sentences in the related languages. The research provides the theoretical basis for the study of one-member sentences in Russian and Serbian languages.
The authors provide syntactic analysis of the selected units, determining their criteria in the syntax of the Serbian language. They also specify the differences of the translated syntactic constructions and determine the conditions for distinguishing between one-member and elliptic sentences in the two Slavic languages.