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2017: Issue 7 CLASSROOM COMMUNICATION SKILLS: THE NEED TO FILL A GAP IN THE TRAINING OF TEACHERS OF SPANISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE Abstract  PDF
Francisco J. Rodríguez Muñoz, Víctor M. Madrid Navarro
 
2015: Issue 3 AUDIO-VISUAL TEXTS AND INTERCULTURAL APPROACH IN TEACHING GERMAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE Abstract
V. M. Bilytska
 
2015: Issue 4 USE OF VIDEO MATERIALS IN TEACHING ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES Abstract  PDF
V. V. Chmel
 
2020: Special Issue 14 USING WEB 2.0 TOOL PODCAST IN TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGES Abstract  PDF
Radoslav Stefancik, Eva Stradiotová
 
2014: Issue 2 CHARACTERISTICS OF A TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF THE INTELLECTUAL MOBILITY DEVELOPMENT Abstract  PDF
G. E. Mikhnenko
 
2017: Issue 7 USING BLOGS IN TEACHING ENGLISH TO PHILOLOGY STUDENTS Abstract  PDF
Inessa Krasnokutska, Olena Kovalchuk
 
2017: Issue 7 DIDACTIC GAME AS AN ADVANCED METHOD OF COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE FORMATION IN FUTURE SPECIALISTS IN DOCUMENTATION AND INFORMATION SERVICES Abstract  PDF
Natalia Tkachova, Oksana Tur
 
2015: Issue 3 IMPLEMENTATION OF GLOBAL COMPETENCY IN HIGHER EDUCATION Abstract  PDF
T. A. Anoshkova
 
2014: Issue 1 The role of foreign language in formation of future advertising experts’ professional mobility. Abstract
Natalia Chizhova
 
2016: Issue 5 METAPHORS OF INCLUSIVE SEMANTICS IN THE LANGUAGE OF SCIENCE Abstract  PDF
Yaroslava Bedrych
 
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