Language Image of Poetic Text in Formation the Communicative Culture of Foreign Students

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The article is presenting the Russian linguoethnic and communicative competence formation approaches for bilingual/semibilingual students as a part of the study by them of the ways to create the linguistic image in the literary texts. The analysis of the poetic representation of the parentlessness (orphanhood) pattern in the aspect of communicative discourse makes it possible for the Russian language students to master the means of translation to the addressee of the axiologically significant emotive values.


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Alena Vladimirovna Suhova

Institute for Educational Development of the Ivanovo region

Author for correspondence.
Email: suhova-av@yandex.ru
80, Bolshaya Vorobyevskaya str., Ivanovo, Ivanovo region, Russian Federation, 153015

Candidate in Philology, Associate Professor, Head of the Center for Language and Cultural Adaptation of Foreign Citizens at the Institute for Educational Development

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