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Language education from a post-native-speakerist perspective: The case of English as an international language
Hino N.
English as a Lingua Franca from an applied linguistics perspective: In the context of Japan
Hino N.
Translingualism and intercultural narratives in Kiana Davenport’s “House of Many Gods”
Galaktionov S.S., Proshina Z.G.
The speech act of compliment in student-teacher interaction: A case study of Emirati university students’ attitudes
Deveci T., Midraj J., El-Sokkary W.S.
Perception of impoliteness in refusal and response to it by native speakers of English and Persian
Tajeddin Z., Rassaei Moqadam H.
English in Germany: Evidence from domains of use and attitudes
Davydova J.G.
Varieties of English and Kachru’s Expanding Circle
Proshina Z.G., Nelson C.L.
Structural and semantic congruence of Bulgarian, Russian and English set expressions: Contrastive-typological research
Lavrova N.A., Kozmin A.O.
The gentle craft of saying “No” in Persian and English: A cross-cultural and cross-linguistic slant
Kordestanchi B., Sarkhosh M., Moafian F.
Lateralization of emotion word in the first and second language: Evidence from Turkish-English bilinguals
Mergen F., Kuruoglu G.
Personal autonomy and its manifestation in English lexis and phraseology
Ishankulova D.G.
Teaching financial translation from Russian into English: stylistic aspect
Kupriyanova M.E.
Englishes in the Expanding Circle: Focus on Asia
Kirkpatrick A.
The English language: the past and the present
Minasyan A.A.
The role of metaphor in creating polysemy complexes in Jordanian Arabic and American English
Zibin A., Khalifah L., Altakhaineh A.R.
Theory of Translation: referential situation and its temporal component as expression of the speaker's inner time consciousness
Bobrova S.E.
The problem of the business negotiations language as genre of intercultural business communication
Malyuga E.N.
Universality versus variation in the conceptualization of anger: A question of methodology
Kövecses Z., Benczes R., Rommel A., Szelid V.
Word-formation complexity: a learner corpus-based study
Lyashevskaya O.N., Pyzhak J.V., Vinogradova O.I.
Old English emotion is temperature: Cultural influences on a universal experience
Díaz-Vera J.E.
CLASSICAL ELEMENTS AND WORD-FORMATION IN ACADEMIC DISCOURSE
KOROTKINA I.B.
Tense-aspect constructions in Jish Arabic: Morphological, syntactic, and semantic features
Habib S.
Exploring the functionality of English in China: A tale of two cities
Xu Z., Zhang D.
Aspects of Islamic words translation and usage in Russian and English news stories
Aleksandrova O.I., Zakharova E.V.
Language Situation and Language Policy in New Zealand
Beckeyeva A.R.
The Category of Personality in the Semantics of Latest English Borrowings in the Russian Idiomatics
Dementyev V.V.
COVID-19 trending neologisms and word formation processes in English
Al-Salman S., Haider A.S.
Tracing the roots of phonetic variation in East Asian Englishes through loan phonology
Zavyalova V.L.
Tourist Notices in the Spotlight of Linguistic Landscape and Translation Studies
Bilá M., Vaňková I.
Metapragmatics of Administering Justice in Russian and English Judicial Discourse
Dubrovskaya T.V.
English language teaching and the problem of britishness in the new millenium
Zakharova E.V., Ulyanishcheva L.V.
World-Building Models of English and Spanish Business Terminology as Reflection of National Morphosyntactic Mentality
Litiagina E.A.
Social-regulavive concept «fair play» in english linguaculture
Gunina L.A.
A comparative study of proximity in Iranian and American newspaper editorials
Alipour M., Jahanbin P.
Gender-Neutral Linguistic Transformations of Messianic Scriptures in the Modern Anglican Homiletic Literature
Sharov K.S.
Lexical and Semantic Fields Judge and Sudya in the English and Russian Languages
Ozyumenko V.I.
Genre-related temporary collocations in english discourse
Terekhova E.V.
Grammatical Means of Expressing Emotions in English Discourse
Ozyumenko V.I.
Grammatical Structures in Cross-Cultural Comparisons
Gladkova A.N.
Review of Rakhimov G.H. 2017. Ingliz tili O’zbekistonda: sociolingvistik va pragmatik kursatkichlar (The English language in Uzbekistan: sociolinguistic and pragmatic aspects). Tashkent: TAMADDUN
Dzhusupov M.
Semantiz Structure of the Legal Term
Kulevskaya E.V., Dudik N.A.
The Speech Act Set of Direct Complaints in American and Russian Cultures
Gallaher B.
English in the Russian-based recruitment discourse
Gritsenko E.S., Alikina A.V.
The encounter of two cultural identities: The case of social deixis
Bilá M., Kačmárová A., Vaňková I.
The Ethnocultural Potential of Voice Forms and Its Discourse Actualization
Kozlova L.A.
Adaptation Technique in the Translation of Literary Texts (as Exemplified in the Translation of French and English Literary Texts)
Tasenko P.S., Nelyubova N.Y., Ershov V.I.
Anglicisms in the Spanish womens magazines
Kuleshova N.A.
Semantic and functional peculiarities of the verb «do» in different languages
Ievleva N.V.
“You must, pardon, you should” - Being polite across cultures
Alcina Maria Pereira de Sousa -.
Russian English and what it is not
Rivlina A.A.
Addressing a Judge in National Varieties of English
Ozyumenko V.I.
Language Cultural Specificity of the Language Units “Cat” and “Dog” in English and Chinese Languages
Baghana J., Iakovleva E.S.
The features of australian english
Anakhaeva A.A.
Formation of processual discursive-analytical interdisciplinary and intradisciplinary links in linguistic curriculum
Popova N.V.
Polysemy of English Legal Lexis and the Problems of Translation
Ozyumenko V.I., Chilingaryan K.P.
Indirectness in the Age of Globalization: A Social Network Analysis
Terkourafi M.
THE VERTICAL TYPE OF RELATIONSHIP IN THE LEXICAL AND SEMANTIC FIELD «FAMILY» IN THE RUSSIAN, ENGLISH AND KUMYK LANGUAGES
SAKAYEVA L.R., BAGAUTDINOVA G.G.
English borrowings in the French financial discourse as a feature of national character
Naydenova N.S.
On language representation of spacial concepts
Ivashkevich I.N.
The peculiarities of the English ironic discourse
Gornostaeva A.A.
Mikhail Lermontov’s “The Demon”: Reverse Translation as a Source of Intertextuality
Chesnokova O.S., Talavera-Ibarra P.L.
A cross-cultural study of condolence strategies in a computer-mediated social network
Alemi M., Pazoki Moakhar N., Rezanejad A.
The External-and-Internal-Forces Model applied to the Japan context
D’Angelo J., Ike S.
Indexical and Sequential Properties of Criticisms in Initial Interactions: Implications for Examining (Im) Politeness across Cultures
Haugh M., Chang W.M.
NEW WORLD BASQUE TOPONYMY IN THE DIALOGUE OF LANGUAGES AND CULTURES
CHESNOKOVA O.S., TALAVERA-IBARRA P.L., BOLOTINA K.E.
Functional and semantic peculiarities of the adjectives Amazing and Awesome representing concept Admiration in modern English
Prokhorova O.N., Pogozhaya S.N.
Ways of forming the invective lexis (based on the Peninsular national variant of the Spanish language and the American national variant of the English language)
Zavoroticheva N.S.
The Role of the English Language in Nigeria
Borisova A.A., Ilina N.Y.
Systemacy and Dynamism of Business English Discourse: Functional-Synergetic Aspect
Khramchenko D.S.
The dynamics of political correctness, inclusive language and freedom of speech
Leontovich O.A.
Gastronomic Vocabulary as a Feature of Nigerian English
Borisova A.A., Ebzeeva Y.N.
THE EXPRESSION OF POLITENESS IN A BILINGUAL SETTING: EXPLORING THE CASE OF MALTESE ENGLISH
Cremona M., Assimakopoulos S., Vella A.
The Structure and Contents of the English Written Entry Examination as a Major Subject at the Department of Linguistics
Bobrova S.E.
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