Прагматические маркеры русской повседневной речи: количественные данные

Translated title of the contribution: Pragmatic Markers of Russian Everyday Speech: Quantitative Data

N. V. Bogdanova-Beglarian, O. V. Blinova, T. Ju Sherstinova, E. V. Troshchenkova, D. A. Gorbunova, K. D. Zajdes, T. I. Popova, T. S. Sulimova

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The article summarizes the results of a large research project dedicated to investigation of pragmatic markers (PM) in Russian everyday speech. Pragmatic markers are essential in spontaneous spoken discourse; thus, the quantitative data on their usage are necessary for solving both theoretical and practical issues related to the study of spoken communication. New results were obtained on the data of two speech corpora: “One Day of Speech” (ORD; mostly dialogues; the annotated subcorpus contains 321 504 tokens) and “Balanced Annotated Text Library” (SAT; monologues; the annotated subcorpus includes 50 128 tokens). Statistical data were calculated for PM in dialogic and monologic speech, pragmatic markers common in both types of speech (e. g., hesitative markers like vot, tam, tak) are identified, as well as PM that are the most typical for monologues (e. g., boundary markers like znachit, nu, vot, vs'o) or dialogue (e. g., 'xeno'-markers such as takoi, grit and metacommunicative markers like vidish', (ja) ne znaju). Special attention is given to the pragmatic markers usage in different communicative situations.

Translated title of the contributionPragmatic Markers of Russian Everyday Speech: Quantitative Data
Original languageRussian
Pages (from-to)119-126
Number of pages8
JournalKomp'juternaja Lingvistika i Intellektual'nye Tehnologii
Issue number20
StatePublished - 2021
Externally publishedYes
Event2021 Annual International Conference on Computational Linguistics and Intellectual Technologies, Dialogue 2021 - Virtual, Online, Russian Federation
Duration: 16 Jun 202119 Jun 2021


  • Corpus annotation
  • Dialogue
  • Monologue
  • Pragmatic marker
  • Russian everyday speech
  • Speech corpus


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