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Vol 8, No 4 (2017) POETIC LICENCES IN METATEXTS OF THE 17TH TO EARLY 18TH CENTURIES
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(Rus)
Mikhaylenko A.Y.
Vol 8, No 3 (2017) ROLE OF GRAMMAR IN THE FORMATION OF COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE OF NON-LINGUISTIC STUDENTS
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(Rus)
Vavichkina T.A., Vlasova Y.E.
Vol 8, No 2 (2017) Comparative Study of Word-Order Patterns of Simple Sentences in English and Arabic
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(Eng)
Souadkia Mounya -.
Vol 8, No 2 (2017) Access to Second Language Acquisition
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(Eng)
Jabballa M.H.
No 2 (2014) Dictionary notes: complex representation of the word and lexeme in comparative aspect
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(Rus)
Nesova N.M.
No 1 (2012) Lexico-phraseological nature of a military metaphor in modern press
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(Rus)
Zheltukhina M.R., Magomadova T.D.
No 2 (2012) Lexical and grammatical category of verbs with condition meaning in Arabic
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(Rus)
Zarytovskaya V.N.
No 3 (2011) Non-differentiated taxis relations in aspect-related contexts in Russian and English
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(Rus)
Maximova L.Y.
No 4 (2016) Inflexion verbal paradigm in the Russian language grammar dictionary
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(Rus)
Tikhonova E.N.
No 3 (2016) Representation of bilingual dictionaries entries
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(Rus)
Nesova N.M.
No 1 (2015) To the Problem of Linguistic Sexism in Modern Spanish
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(Rus)
Kotenyatkina I.B.
No 3 (2012) Grammatical Category of Case as an Object of Typological Studies
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(Rus)
Rybakov M.A.
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