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Vol 8, No 4 (2017) THE VARIANTS OF THE ENGLISH LOAN WORDS IN CHINESE
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(Rus)
Hu Peipei -.
Vol 9, No 2 (2018) SPECIAL ASPECTS OF WORKING WITH THE LEXICAL LEVEL OF LEGAL DISCOURSE TEXTS IN THE ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN LANGUAGES
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(Eng)
Alontseva N.V., Ermoshin Y.A.
Vol 9, No 2 (2018) ASSIMILATION OF ENGLISH LOANWORDS IN CHINESE
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(Rus)
Perfilieva N.V., Hu P.
No 1 (2015) Terminological Confusion in a New Linguistic Perspective: Metalanguage of the English Diversity Studies
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(Rus)
Proshina Z.G.
No 2 (2015) Representation of the Peculiarities of National-Cultural Specifities of “TIME” Concept in Russian, English and Kazakh Proverbs
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(Rus)
Paizbekova A.D.
Vol 8, No 4 (2017) VARIABILITY OF ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN LANGUAGES IN THE LIGHT OF THE LINGUISTIC CONCEPT OF G.P. MELNIKOV
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(Rus)
Markova E.A., Todorova I.D.
No 1 (2014) Pecularities of the Perception of Concept “Happiness” by Representatives of the French and Russian National Cultures (Illustrated by Phraseology)
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(Rus)
Krivoshlykova L.V., Kurguzenkova Z.V.
No 1 (2015) English and Ukrainian Colour Terms in Linguistic Research
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(Rus)
Kudria O.A.
No 1 (2015) Pecularities of Perception of Black Colour by Representatives of the English and French Cultures (illustrated by phraseology)
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(Rus)
Kurguzenkova Z.H., Krivoshlykova L.V.
No 2 (2015) Secondary Colour Terms in the English and Ukrainian Fiction
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(Rus)
Gerasimenko I.A., Kudria O.A.
Vol 8, No 1 (2017) Translating from a Lingua Franca in the Setting of EU Translation
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(Eng)
Bednárová-Gibová K.
Vol 8, No 1 (2017) Athropocentricity and ethnocentricity of languages and cultures within the frames of current science
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(Rus)
Jioeva A.A.
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