Structural and Semantic Features of Three-Component Complex Sentences of Successive Subordination in Russian and Romano-Germanic Mathematical Texts
Elena Borisovna Volkova1, Irina Alexandrovna Remennikova2, Elena Alexeevna Vecherinina3

1Elena Borisovna Volkova, Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), Moscow, Russia.
2Irina Alexandrovna Remennikova, Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), Moscow, Russia.
3Elena Alexeevna Vecherinina, Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), Moscow, Russia.

Manuscript received on 18 April 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 25 April 2019 | Manuscript published on 30 April 2019 | PP: 1086-1090 | Volume-8 Issue-4, April 2019 | Retrieval Number: D6461048419/19©BEIESP
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Abstract: The article considers structural and semantic features of three-component complex sentences characterized by successive subordination with object and/or attributive clauses used in mathematical texts in the Russian, English and French languages. The study material comprises works of famous modern mathematicians who wrote many scientific papers and textbooks. This functioning of the languages under study has its own specifics. The language of mathematics is characterized by logic, clarity and conciseness, which is explained by its main objective – to convey complex information as accurately as possible. Moreover, the author’s thought should also be adequately understood by readers. Multicomponent complex sentences significantly help to attain this end. They are standard, concise and use a limited set of communication tools. At the same time, these constructions have a clear syntactic relationship and an understandable structure that facilitates the perception of complex data, especially mathematical formulas. The sentences under consideration have both similar and different features in the above-mentioned languages. The article provides statistical data on the frequency of each model represented in the study material.
Keywords: Attributive Clause, Main Clause, Multicomponent Complex Sentence, Object Clause, Subordinate Clause.

Scope of the Article: Cryptography and Applied Mathematics