|Основни черти на безличните структури в английски и български език (General characteristics of the impersonal structures in English and Bulgarian)
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|Съпоставително езикознание / Сопоставительное языкознание / Contrastive linguistics
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The impersonal structures in Modem English are usually one member sentences while in Bulgarian they are two-member sentences. To the structural variety of the impersonal forms in Modern Bulgarian corresponds mainly one structural type in English, Subject + Verb, in which the position of the subject is usually filled by it. The structural difference between the two languages is connected not only with the opposition one-member, two-member sentences but also with the different relations of the Bulgarian predicate to the secondary parts of the sentence. The paper offers a contrastive analysis of the impersonal constructions in the two languages.
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