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The Implementation of the Conception of Friendship on the Basis of Comparative Structural-semantic Analysis of English and Russian Proverbs
Orlova T.G.
IMAGE OF A WOMAN IN RUSSIAN, FRENCH, SPANISH AND MALAGASIAN LINGUO5CULTURES ON THE MATERIAL OF PAREMIA
Novospasskaya N.V., Raadraniriana A.M., Lazareva O.V.
THE FEATURES OF THE USE OF THE REAL AND FICTITIOUS PLACE NAMES IN THE LITERARY TEXTS OF THE LANGUAGES OF DIFFERENT SYSTEMS (AZERBAIJANI AND ENGILISH)
Ganiyeva I.Y.
Comparative Study of Word-Order Patterns of Simple Sentences in English and Arabic
Souadkia Mounya -.
EXPRESSING OF NATIONAL AND CULTURAL IDENTITY IN ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN PROVERBS
Orlova T.G., Kolosova A.A., Medvedev Y.S., Barov S.A.
Cross-cultural Analysis of Biblical Expressions in Russian, Spanish, Italian, French and English
Reunova E.V.
The means to express possibility and supposition in Spanish compared to the Russian language
Budiltseva M.В., Denisova A.Р.
Turkisms in the Translated Text (the case-study of “Jamila” by Ch. Aitmatov)
Komarova L.Y.
Phonetic interference in Mari students’ French pronunciation
Ivanova I.G., Egoshina R.A.
Place-Names in the Literary Works of English and Azerbaijani Poets of the XIV-XIX centuries: Comparative Analysis
Ganiyeva I.Y.
Characterictics of Non-Equivalent Idioms of Biblical Origin in Russian and English
Reunova E.V.
Language Mechanisms to Express Comissive Speech Acts in English
Bobrova E.D.
Metaphoric concept of time (the Russian and Thai Languages Study)
Ngamsaengpruyek Usane -.
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