Browsing by Author "Husnutdinov D."

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  • Husnutdinov D.; Sagdieva R.; Mirzagitov R. (2016)
    Just as culture is inseparable from comparison, so comparison is inseparable from culture. People's mentality and spiritual culture take shape in languages, initially through its impressional content. And comparison is one ...
  • Husnutdinov D. (2015)
    This article is devoted to the complex description of verbal sinlexes. Two-part, stable language units (according to composition and the sequence of elements) are regarded as verbal sinlexes. There is an attempt to determine ...
  • Abduali B.; Konuratbayeva Z.; Abikenova G.; Karipzhanova G.; Sagdieva R.; Husnutdinov D.; Mirzagitov R.; Giniyatullina L. (2017)
    © Serials Publications. This article envisages names of Turkic origin to determine its genealogic and historic links with other relative names, to clarify the exact transcription of the names, by involving phonetic variants ...
  • Konuratbayeva Z.; Karipzhanova G.; Sagdieva R.; Husnutdinov D.; Mirzagitov R.; Kurbangalieva G.; Galiullin R. (2018)
    © IAEME Publication This article is dedicated to the issues of determining the basic concepts of principles for naming / renaming in city toponymy and systematization. The urbanonymy phenomenon is described as a very ...
  • Aydarova S.; Giniyatullina L.; Sagdieva R.; Husnutdinov D.; Mirzagitov R.; Gabidullina F. (2017)
    © 2017. This paper offers an overview of theoretical works on media education and relevant models, as well as their application at Tatar language learning. Media education has been a compelling and arguable matter in ...
  • Husnutdinov D.; Yusupova Z.; Shakurova M.; Yusupov A.; Mirzagitov R. (2016)
    A major contribution of the scholars of the Kazan university to the field of contrastive study of the multistructural languages (including the Russian and Tatar languages) allows to reason about established long usage that ...
  • Zamaletdinov R.; Yusupov F.; Karabulatova I.; Yusupov A.; Husnutdinov D. (2014)
    The formation of the Tatar people and the Tatar nation occurred at the basin of the middle current of the Volga and the bottom current of the Kama rivers. The authors examine the evolutionary nature of the formation of the ...

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