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Broadening the ontology of threats verbalized in written communication on the Internet
Komalova L.R., Kalyuzhnaya L.V.
Rhetorical structure and persuasive features of advertising: An intercultural analysis of English and Arabic online advertisements
Khedri M., Hasan E., Kritsis K.
The negotiation of authorial persona in dissertations literature review and discussion sections
Fendri E., Triki M.
Metapragmatics and genre: Connecting the strands
Molodychenko E.N., Spitzmüller J.
Some Methodological Principles of Study on Speech Genre Borrowings
Dementyev V.V.
Paving the way to the text: Forms and Functions of Book Titles in Translation
Nord C.
Anaphora as a component of pragmatic correlation of genre of autobiography
Savelyeva E.B.
Imitation, Informational Value and Phatic Communication in the Genres of Academic Discourse
Brusenskaya L.A., Kulikova E.G.
Farewell - a Sorrowful Word ( Farewell - a Genre, a Concept, a Speech Act?)
Lassan E.R.
Cultivation of Communicative Space: Polemical Eloquence vs. Epideictic Eloquence
Khazagerov G.G.
Modern Spanish Joke "Chiste" in Terms of Genre
Tarasenkova Y.V.
Commencement Speech as a Hybrid Polydiscursive Practice
Ivanova S.V.
Fiction Film Dialogue vs Documentary Film Dialogue: Genre Peculiarities of Translation
Gorshkova V.E.
Approaches to Genre Analysis of English Engineering Discourse
Bolsunovskaya L.M.
Celebrity gossip as a genre in English-language mass media discourse
Ivanova S.V., Khakimova G.S.
The main trends in the researches of textological problems done by young scientists in Russia
Ebzeeva Y.N.
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