Position: Associate Professor, The Ukrainian Language Department named after professor Ivan Kovalyk
Scientific degree: Candidate of Philological Sciences
Academic status: Associate Professor
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- Functional Grammar
- Structural-Semantic Grammar
- History Of Syntactic Research
- Teaching The Syntax Of The Ukrainian Language At School And Higher Educational Institutions.
- Syntax of the modern Ukrainian language. Ch. I: Phrase and simple sentence. Lviv, 2013. 178 p. (educational and methodological guide).
- Morphology: educational and methodological guide. Lviv: PAYS, 2009. 180 p. (co-authored with N. Zakhlyupana, I. Kuzma).
- Morphology: Terminological reference dictionary. Lviv, 2014. 225 p. (co-authored with Zakhlyupana N., Kuzma I., Trush O.).
- Properties of verbs with the meaning of process as a separate type of predicates // “Scientific Notes” of Vinnytsia State Pedagogical University named after M. Kotsyubynskyi: collection of scientific works. Series: Philology. 2001. Issue 3. Vinnytsia: VDPU. P.176-178.
- Lexical-semantic analysis of process predicates in the modern Ukrainian language // Problems of Slavic Studies. Scientific journal. 2002. Number 1. Lutsk. P. 24-30.
- Aspectual characteristics of process predicates in the modern Ukrainian language // Philological studies. Scientific journal. 2002. No 1. Lutsk. P.59-66.
- Aspects of the action of process predicates in sight of word-forming semantics // Actual problems of categorical grammar. Materials of the All-Ukrainian conference. Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskyi, 2002. P. 197-207.
- “Activity / passivity of the subject” in the context of the structural-semantic analysis of the predicate // Visnyk of the Lviv University. Philological series. Issue 30. Lviv, 2003. P. 11-21.
- Semantic and syntactic features of process predicates in the modern Ukrainian language // Linguistic studies: сollection of science works. Issue 12. Donetsk: Don NU, 2004. P. 103-107.
- Two-place semantic-syntactic structures with process predicates in the modern Ukrainian language // Visnyk of the Lviv University. Philological series. Issue 34. Part 1. Lviv, 2004. P. 125-133.
- Adverbial determination of the predicates of process in the Modern Ukrainian Language // Linguistic studies: Collection of science works. Issue 13. Donetsk: Don National University, 2005. P. 178-184.
- On the issue of structural and semantic modifications of process predicates in the modern Ukrainian language // Linguistic studies: Collection. of science works Issue 14. Donetsk: Don NU, 2006. P. 150-154.
- Semantic-syntactic paradigm of process predicates with variant revelation of subjects in the modern Ukrainian language // Visnyk of Lviv University. Philological series. Issue 38. Lviv, 2006. Part 1. P. 13-23.
- Ontological parameters of temporal localization and phasing in the context of structural-semantic analysis of predicates // Linguistic studies: Collection of science works. Issue 16. Donetsk: Don NU, 2008. P. 119-124.
- Predicates of the process in the modern Ukrainian language: semantic-syntactic structures with an implicit subject to denote changes in the environment // “Scientific notes” of Vinnytsia State Pedagogical University named after M. Kotsyubynskyi. Collection of scientific works. Series: Philology. Issue 10. Vinnytsia, 2008. P. 206 – 211.
- Semantic-syntactic category of valence in the context of predicate analysis // Visnyk of Lviv University. Philological series. Issue 46. Lviv, 2009. Part II. P. 9-16.
- Semantic paradigm of process predicates in the modern Ukrainian language (to the materials of the compilation of the dictionary) // Ukrainian studies: past, present, future II. Collection of scientific works. Brno, 2009. P. 155-166.
- To the problem of analyzing the verb category of state in the modern Ukrainian literary language (traditions and innovations in morphological studies) // Visnyk of Lviv University. Philological series. Issue 50. Lviv, 2010. P. 417-422.
- Graduality as a structural-semantic feature of verb predicates of process in connection with aspectual concepts // Visnyk of Lviv University. Philological series. Vol. 57. Lviv, 2012. P. 54-61.
- “Process” as a semantic universal and categorical grammatical unit (a case study on the predicate system of the modern Ukrainian language) // Ukrainian studies: past, present, future III: Collective monograph dedicated to the 20th anniversary of Ukrainian studies at the Masaryk Faculty of Philosophy in Brno. Brno, 2015. P. 281-288.
- Research note on analytism of the subject from the point of view of its structural-semantic evaluation and formal-grammatical organization // Visnyk of Lviv University. Philological series. Issue. 63. Lviv, 2016. P. 32-42.
- On the issue of analytism of secondary parts of the sentence in academic grammar // Linguistic studies: a collection of research works / Donetsk National University. Vinnytsia: DonNU, 2016. Issue 2. P. 64-69.
- Structural-semantic and grammatical features of secondary predicates of process expressed as participles // In coordinates of language: Collection in honor of prof. L. Kots-Gryhorchuk. Lviv: “Pais”, 2016. P. 383-392.
- On the issue of completive semantic-syntactic relations in subordinative phrases // Visnyk of Lviv University. Philological series. Issue 64. Ch. I. Lviv, 2017. P. 180-185.
- Part of a sentence in «Essays on Ukrainian Syntax in Connection with Phraseology and Stylistics» by S. Smerechynskyi through the prism of modern vision // The heart is pure, the thought is honest…: Collection of scientific works and materials in honor of I. Oschypko. Lviv: 2018. P. 244-256.
- Verbal nouns as secondary predicates of process: structural-semantical, word-forming and grammatical features // Visnyk of Lviv University. Philological series. Issue 68. Lviv, 2018. P. 77-87.
- Ontological features of statics and dynamics as differential attributes of predicates // Visnyk of Lviv University. Philological series. 2020. Issue 72. P. 87–96.
- Phraseological units from the perspective of syntactic function: on certain semantic-syntactic and formal-grammatical aspects of analysis // Scientific visnyk of Uzhgorod University. Philology series. Issue 2 (44). Uzhhorod, 2020. P. 212-218.
- Secondary predicates of the process expressed by adverbs: semantic-structural and grammatical features // Collection of scientific works in honor in honor of Professor T. I. Pan’ko. Lviv: Rastr-7, 2021. P. 391-405.
- Syntactic topics in the works of lecturers of the department of the Ukrainian language of Lviv University in the 1950s and 1960s (notes to personalities and scientific heritage) // Collection of scientific works in honor of Professor Teodoziy Mykhailovych Voznyi. Lviv: Rastr-7, 2022. P. 451-470.
She was born in Ruzhyn, Zhytomyr Region. She graduated from the Ivan Franko University of Lviv in 1996 and defended the dissertation «Structural-semantic and functional characteristics of process predicates in the modern Ukrainian language» in 2005.
Zakhlyupana N., Kuzma I., Kutnya H. Morfolohiia. Navchalno-metodychnyi posibnyk Lviv: Pais, 2009. – 179 p./Zakhlyupana N., Kuzma I., Kutnya H. Morphology. Dedactic and methodological manual, Lviv: Pais, 2009. – p.179
The manual is recommended for practical lessons on morphology of the modern Ukrainian literary language for students of Slavonic, Iranian, Arabic and Japanese studies. A list of important topics and plans for the course, recommended readings, a system of practical tasks, schemes of parts of speech analysis, control questions and tasks are provided. The teaching of the parts of a language in a comparative perspective with Slavic and Eastern languages is regulated by Appendices. Alongside the traditional tasks and questions, such questions are offered that reflect the latest trends in the study of grammatical phenomena and the different principles of classifying parts of speech.
For students of philology in the majors of Slavic, Arabic, Persian, Japanese languages, literary art and applied linguistics.
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