No 7 (2015)

Table of Contents

Front Matter and Editors' Note

FRONT MATTER PDF
  1-6
EDITORIAL PDF
  7-11

Society. Identity. Languages

COMPARING ENGLISH IN THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD AND LATIN IN THE ROMAN EMPIRE: IS LINGUISTIC IMPERIALISM A NEW PHENOMENON? PDF
Andrea Bernini 16-34
“GOOD BYE” TO THE RUSSIAN ALPHABET: PROBLEMS OF LEARNING THE CYRILLIC ALPHABET IN THE RUSSIAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASSROOM PDF (Russian)
Viktoria Pehk-Ivascenko, Larisa Voronova 35-56

Languages for Specific Purposes

CONTRASTIVE SEMANTIC ANALYSIS OF CONTRACT LAW TERMS IN STUDIES OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES PDF
Kristina Juodinytė-Kuznetsova 58-72
ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES: CHARACTERISTIC FEATURES AND CURRICULUM PLANNING STEPS PDF
Anastasiia Belyaeva 73-91

Focus on Romance Languages

ENCODING PATH IN MOTION EVENTS: BOUNDARY-CROSSING AS A RELEVANT TYPOLOGICAL CRITERION PDF
Olesea Bodean-Vozian, Cornelia Cincilei 94-110
SIMPLE SENTENCE IN ITALIAN LANGUAGE: LEARNING SCHEME FOR A1 / A2 PDF (Italiano)
Stefano Maria Lanza, Vitalija Lanza 111-124

Technologies in Language Teaching and Translation

TEACHING PROFESSIONAL ENGLISH AT A MODERN UNIVERSITY: PREPARING STUDENTS FOR THE GLOBAL LABOR MARKET PDF
Yulia Stukalina, Olga Zervina 126-144
LEARNER CORPUS ANNOTATION IN LATVIA AND LITHUANIA PDF
Inga Znotiņa 145-159
THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY IN TEACHING AND LEARNING TRANSLATION: STUDENT OPINION SURVEY PDF (Lithuanian)
Jolanta Kovalevskaitė, Jurgita Vaičenonienė 160-180


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