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Teaching Russian Culture via English: Implications, Objectives and Challenges
Lebedeva I.L.
Chinese Insertions Functioning in English: A Comparative Approach to Fiction and Non-Fiction Texts
Lupachyova T.A., Bereznitskaya V.V.
Terms of Address in Guam (Chamorro) Variety of the English Language as a Means to Express Guamanians’ National Identity
Il’ina S.S., Bekisheva Y.V.
RUSSIAN CULTURE VIA ENGLISH
Lebedeva I.L.
“What is Your Good Name?”: on Translating Multicultural Literature
Rogovets A.S.
Terms of Address in Hong Kong Variety of the English Language (Based on Analysis of “A Dictionary of Hong Kong English”)
Bekisheva Y.V., Il’ina S.S.
HOMONYMS IN FOREIGN AND RUSSIAN DICTIONARIES OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE(based on the homonym ‘lie’)
Cherepanov I.Y.
TRENDS OF USING PERSONAL AND POSSESSIVE PRONOUNSIN LITERARY TRANSLATIONS FROM ENGLISH INTO RUSSIAN THROUGH THE LANGUAGE SPECTRUM THEORY
Turinova O.O.
PROFESSION-ORIENTED ENGLISH LANGUAGE TRAINING FOR RUSSIAN COSMONAUTS WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION FLIGHT PROGRAMM TRAINING
Mikheeva N.F., Dvoryadkina N.A.
To the question of computational linguistics
Kobilskaia I.I.
NATIONAL AND CULTURAL PHONETIC PECULARITIES IN NEW ZEALAND ENGLISH
Beckeeva A.R.
Help of words «nenuzhnost»/ «state of being unwanted»
Iliyna V.A.
RESISTING GLOBALIZATION THROUGH GRAMMATICAL TOOLS: USING SOME ASPECTS OF RUSSIAN GRAMMAR AS A CASE STUDY
Boasiako A.A.
National and cultural specifity of New Zealand English toponyms
Beckeyeva A.R.
Contrastive Analysis in Teaching Russian to Swahili Speakers
Zharkova E.H., Nazartseva E.A.
LEXICAL INNOVATIONS: KOREANIZED ENGLISH WORDS
Fayzrakhmanova Y.S.
Childhood as a Theme in Charles Lamb's Works
Anossova O.G.
The phenomenon of color idiom subspace in language picture of the world on the basis of languages with different structures (Russian, English and Karachi)
Nuradilov S.S.
PEJORATIVE SENSE DEVELOPMENT DUE TO A WORD SHIFTING FROM DIALECTS TO COMMON USE
Nikitsenka T.V.
Value-semantic aspect of studying the materials on spiritual tradition of the British folklore: about the meaning of foreign language in the development of a personality
Nevmerzhitskaya Y.P.
Reflection of time perception in phraseology of Russian, German and English languages
Rogova A.V., Fedorenkov A.D.
RUSSIAN AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES AS COMPONENETS OF TURKIC-FOREIGN POLYLINGUAL EDUCATION: PRESCHOOL LANGUAGE EDUCATION
Dzhusupov M.
Some characteristic features of expression of aggression in modern American national variant of English (on the material of nouns nominating the image of the aggressor)
Zakoyan L.M.
Criteria of self-estimation in project activity of students at studying foreign language
Saranina I.I.
WRITING, SHARING AND GROWING: CREATIVE WRITING IN ENGLISH AT A MAINLAND CHINESE UNIVERSITY
Fan D.
To the problem of the Australian national variant of English language
Anakhaeva A.A.
National and cultural peculiarities of phonetics in New Zealand English
Beckeeva A.R.
IT’S ALWAYS DIFFICULT TO THE FIRST...(The Foreword to a recent article of Larry Smith)
Proshina Z.G.
Criteria kross-cultural schoolchildren's level
Shahnasarova A.A.
Selection of legal instruments for teaching law students English for special purpose
Alontseva N.V.
THE NECESSITY FOR INTEGRATION OF CRITICAL MEDIA LITERACY WITHIN ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES (ESP) JOURNALISM
Sebryuk A.N.
LANGUAGE POLICY IN NIGERIA
Borisova A.A.
Survey of enlish language consultant-translators' training in humanities
Bobrova S.E.
The english language phraseosemantic personality attitudes' field
Mazirka D.A.
IMPLICATION OF DIFFERENCES IN GENERAL FREQUENCY OF PERSONAL AND POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS IN RUSSIAN AND ENGLISH FICTION
Turinova O.O.
Efficiency of use of electronic educational material for students of engineering specialties
Molchanova I.I.
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