Svetlana McCoy (Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics, Boston University) <> received her doctorate in 2001. Her dissertation is entitled Colloquial Russian Particles -TO, ŽE, and VED' as Set-Generating ("Kontrastive") Markers: A Unifying Analysis. She has taught courses in linguistics, Russian, and ESL at various colleges. Her current research interests lie within the semantics-pragmatics interface and focus on discourse and information structure of colloquial Russian.

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"Semantic and discourse properties of colloquial Russian construction of the form 'X-to X, a...'" in Issue 3