ISSUES OF SYNTAX AND STYLISTICS IN PROFESSIONAL FRENCH IN CONFRONTATION WITH CZECH
The article is a contribution in the field of stylistics concerning two typologically different languages, French and Czech. It shows some differences in syntax and stylistics of professional French in confrontation with Czech, which occur within a different type of utterance, formal and functional transpositions on the level of a sentence as a basic utterance unit. It particularly points out some typical system transpositions relating to parts of speech and constituents of a sentence and syntactic transpositions, in particular so called aspect contrasts and case relationships. Apart from the way of expressing relationships between two and more constituents of a sentence and sentences as a whole, the article also focuses on the differences in the word order and in the field of syntactic compactness of the utterance.
comparative stylistics, professional French, syntactic transpositions
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