Linguistic, structural and compositional peculiarities of an international contract (on the material of russian and bulgarian diplomatic documents)

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The article is devoted to structural, compositional and linguistic peculiarities of the texts of international contracts. The means and ways of reaching interlinguistic lexical, semantic and pragmatic equivalence of contracts are compared, the material of the research being bilateral diplomatic documents signed between Russia and Bulgaria over the last twenty years.

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A I Pencheva

National and World Economics University

Email: antonia_pencheva@unwe.eu

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