Gender Marked Phraseological Units of Phraseosemantic Group Designating Men’s Affectionate Behaviour
Kurguzenkova Z.V.
The Influence of Zoo- And Phytocomponents in the Phraseology of the Pyrenean Variety of Spanish on Shaping Mexican Phraseological Units
Gishkaeva L.N.
Identification of main features of French national character through analysis of French phraseology
Kurguzenkova Z.V.
Phraseological units with component-somatism in objectification of process of eating in the french culture
Kurguzenkova Z.V., Nelubova N.Y.
English national character through the communication values
Dmitrieva E.G., Usmanova Z.A., Migolatieva I.V.
Social-regulavive concept «fair play» in english linguaculture
Gunina L.A.
Metaphoric conceptualization of Quantity of Food in French Phraseology
Kurguzenkova Z.V.
Intercultural Communication in the Light of Polish and Russian Verbal Etiquette
Korzeniewska-Berczyńska J.
Phraseological units with component-somatism in objectification of process of drinking in the French culture
Kurguzenkova Z.V.
English borrowings in the French financial discourse as a feature of national character
Naydenova N.S.
Cultural linguistics analysis of phraseological units with gastronomic component
Smirnova E.V., Yliynisheva L.V.
Metaphoric conceptualisation of «wine» in french phraseology
Kurguzenkova Z.V.
National precedent phenomena in French printed advertising
Firsova N.M., Borissova A.S.
Lexical features of modern French printed advertising trhough lingvocultural analisis
Borissova A.S.
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