Тактики представления двух последовательных ситуаций в детском нарративе (на материале сочинений по картинке учеников 2 класса)
The research focuses on different ways of transition from the description of the previous action to the following static situation in prepared written texts written by 2-d form pupils. Three basic narrative techniques are discovered: both situations are comprehended as concrete and non-repeated; both situations are comprehended as typical and repeated; only the second (static) situation is comprehended as concrete. Three basic types of language means for marking the change of situation are found: lexical contrast (in the morning - in the evening), grammatical contrast concerning verbal aspects (They had been working. They finished work and went to rest), phrasal contrast (In the morning they were eating and then they were working. And when the evening came...); the ways of comprehending a situation as concrete or usual and the choice of markers for situation changes are correlated.