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No 9 (2017) COMPLEX ARGUMENTATION IN THE CONTEXT OF RHETORICAL STRUCTURE THEORY IN SCIENTIFIC DISCOURSE Abstract  PDF
N. Doronkina
 
No 8 (2016) THE MAIN PECULIARITIES OF BUSINESS ENGLISH AS THE BRANCH OF ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES Abstract  PDF
I. V. Hanko
 
No 3 (2014) Peculiarities of lexical and grammatical dominants translation in scientific texts. Abstract
L. M. Zakharova, L. P. Babenko
 
No 7 (2016) DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENTS` WRITING SKILLS: FOCUS ON ACADEMIC ESSAY Abstract  PDF
L. G. Svyrydova, O. S. Ameridze
 
No 6 (2015) FORMATION OF HEALTHCARE COMPETENCE OF FUTURE ENGINEER IN THE FOOD INDUSTRY Abstract
O. S. Blahyi
 
No 4 (2014) Creation professional glossaries for students of technical colleges. Abstract
N. Yu. Drozdovych
 
No 2 (2013) The compositional structure of a fiction narrative text. Abstract
Hanna Matkovska
 
No 3 (2014) Compositional structure of a speech genre “business letter”. Abstract
A. L. Kotkovets
 
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