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The present article deals with problems of teaching professional terminology in connection with learning of proverbs. The process of teaching Russian language is broadly analyzed, which takes into consideration the problem of learning non-native language in connection with the culture of its bearers on the material of special words and proverbs. Attention is paid to the analysis of set of exercises suggested by the authors of the monographs, where the aim of learning special terminology is reached through the proverbial fund of the Russian language based on the differences in concepts of health and hygiene in three languages (Uzbek and Kazakh as native, and Russian as non-native). Based on the analysis of the content of theoretical and practical value of the monograph, some recommendations are given for writing course books to students.

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V P Sinyachkin

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Author for correspondence.
Email: word@list.ru
6 Miklukho-Maklaya st., Moscow, 117198, Russian Federation

Sinyachkin Vladimir Pavlovich is a Doctor in Philology, Professor, the Head of the Department of Russian Language and Intercultural Communication, Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University).

V S Dvoryashina

Uzbek State University of World Languages

Email: terra-dvs@mail.ru
quarter G-9А, 21-а Kichik Halka Yuli st., Tashkent, 100138, Republic of Uzbekistan

Dvoryashina Victoria Sergeevna is a Senior Teacher of the Department of the Russian Language and Literature, Uzbek State University of World Languages.


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