Makarova-Tomineс I.D. A Russian Accent in Slovenian: A Speech Portrait of the Russian-speaking Slovenian
This article provides an overview and study of frequent language mistakes made by Russian-speaking Slovenians. Informants were 10 adults with a rudimentary knowledge of the language. Their discourse is of special interest for the researcher as it shows how an in-between system of two related languages grows. Research makes predominant use of contemporary Russian psycholinguists’ terminology (e.g., Zeitlin, Zalevskaya, Voyeykova).