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Vol 1, No 1 (2019) FUNCTIONAL-LINGUISTIC PARAMETERS OF ENGLISH PROFESSIONAL DISCOURSE Abstract  PDF (Eng)  similar documents
D. S. Khramchenko
"... and semi-official professional discourse, peculiarities of written communication. All the above mentioned ..."
 
Vol 1, No 1 (2019) ON THE PROBLEM OF ONTOLOGY AND TERMINOLOGY OF STATUSORIENTED TYPES OF DISCOURSE IN MODERN LINGUISTIC DISCOUROLOGY Abstract  similar documents
I. V. Chekulai, O. N. Prokhorova
"... discourse”, “professional discourse”. These terminological nominations often overlap giving the effect ..."
 
Vol 1, No 1 (2019) CHALLENGES OF TRANSLATING POLYSEMANTIC AND MULTIEQUIVALENT TERMS WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF ECONOMIC PROFESSIONAL DISCOURSE Abstract  PDF (Eng)  similar documents
A. G. Anisimova, V. L. Malakhova, E. Abdulrahimov
"... relations are important in organizing a special type of professional discourse. The objective ..."
 
Vol 2, No 2 (2020) Dialectal vocabulary of labour activities of the people residing on the banks of the Nepryadva River Abstract  similar documents
N. A. Krasovskaya, L. V. Kilmamatova
"... language. The considered lexical units and samples of dialectal professional discourse require further ..."
 
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