Первый слайд презентации: Belarusian language
Prepared by a student of the FS-3301 group, Dmitry Plyasunov
Слайд 2: Differences between the Belarusian language and Russian
Слайд 3: Some features of the Belarusian language, part 1
All vowel sounds are pronounced clearly and clearly ; Accent has a noticeable effect on the change in sound. Non-percussive words are pronounced clearly, which causes a slow, melodious pace of speech. In some cases, the Belarusian word is heard not by force, but by melodic accent ; The vowels [о], [э] can only be stressed. If you change words, the accent is shifted, then the vowels [о], [э] moving in [a] is called " Akanie ". Accordingly, when the unstressed vowels [e], [ё] pass into [я] - this is called " yakan’e » ;
Слайд 4: Some features of the Belarusian language, part 2
In the Belarusian language, there are sounds that are always pronounced firmly ( [ж], [ дж ], [ш], [р], [ч]) ; Also in the Belarusian language, the letter [ў] is used, after vowels, the letter [y] always turns into [ў]; There is such a thing as "assimilation", Before soft consonants [ дз ], [ц], [з], [с] are completely softened. Deviation from this rule is unacceptable, since it leads to the loss of one of the distinctive features of the Belarusian language.
Слайд 5: Word Formations
There are the following methods of word formation : suffixal-adding a suffix or suffix and ending to the base; nulsuffixal — a special case of suffixation, which consists in adding a null suffix and ending to the base; prefixed — adding a prefix to an entire word; prefix-suffix — simultaneous addition of a prefix and an ending suffix to the base ; prefixal- nonsurgically — simultaneously add to the base of the prefix and no suffix end;postfix — adding a postfix to a word; suffix-postfix — simultaneous addition of a suffix and a postfix to a word; prefix-postfix — simultaneous addition of a prefix and a postfix to a word.
Слайд 6: Periods of development of the Belarusian language
The old Belarusian period; Period of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania; Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth period; The period of Entry into the Russian Empire; Soviet period; Modernity.