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Russian Language in the Global Linguocultural Space
Egorov V.G.
Semiotic Dominants of the Information Presentation in Digital Diplomacy
Belyakov M.V.
Definition of Translation and Its Objects for Training Foreigners in Russian
Bragina M.A., Bulgarova B.A., Popovich I.Y.
ALGORITHM OF ANALYSIS the BUSINESS LETTER
Pudikova G.N.
The Concept of “Double Standards” in the Sociolinguistics Discourse
Bykova G.I., Nikylina E.F., Petrova E.E.
ABOUT THE WAYS OF FIXING LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL INFORMATION IN THE DAHL’S EXPLANATORY DICTIONARY
Zgirovskaya O.G.
Functioning of Demonyms (Gentilic) in Mexican Culture
Zhuravleva N.Y.
Lexical hub of content in the self-organization process of text and discourse on the background of Senegalese tradition
Fatu Faye Diop -.
Rendering of Hidden Meanings by Means of Signs
Mazhitaeva S., Muratova A.N.
Semiotics of Advertising Communication in WEB 2.0 Network Social Services
Zotova A.S.
Translation: Frame as a Unit of Thought and a Unit of Communication
Gusarov D.A., Gusarova N.S., Semenov A.L.
On Linguo-Regional Content of Russian Language Textbooks for Foreign Students
Khalilzadeh Z.A., Ryzhova N.V.
Do Communicants Transmit Information in Course of Speech Communication?
Tarasov E.F.
Aesthetic Information of Sijo as Translation Problem (the case of the Poem “The Fisherman’s Calendar”/어부사시사)
Razumovskaya V.A., Nikolayeva A.S.
Linguocognitive Specifics of the Disease Myth
Stepanova E.S.
Compositional-Topical Modules of Content of Scientific-Popular Genre, Characterizing Subject Area “GEOGRAPHY” (on the material of “National Geographic”)
Semenova S.N.
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