Special Issue on English Language on Ukraine Context 2020                                                                                         Pp.1-3

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Contents

 

Article Titles & authors Pages
Team of this issue
Contents 1-2
Foreward

Anzhelika Solodka

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Using Distance EdTech for Remote Foreign Language Teaching During the COVID-19 Lockdown in Ukraine

Babelyuk Oksana Andriivna, Koliasa Olena Vasylivna, Kushlyk Oksana Pavlivna & Smaglii Valeriia Mykhaylivna

4-15
Phonetic Portrait of a Ukrainian EFL Teacher: Prosodic Parameters in Academic Discourse

Olga Valigura,Valentyna Parashchuk & Liubov Kozub

16-25
Multilevel Forms of Interference Detection in Intercultural Communication and Translation

Yefymenko Tetiana & Yana Prosiannikova

26-39
Bilateral Interpretation and Its Teaching Methods to Foreign Students

Andrey Sotnykov, Tetiana Bogdanova & Liudmyla Vasylchuk

40- 49
Metaphors with Implicit Negation in Modern English and Ukrainian: Сognitive and Linguodidactic Aspects

Myroslava BAHAN, Zoia VALIUKH & Oleksandr MUNTIAN

50- 67
Challenges of Teaching and Learning Business English in Ukrainian Universities

Nataliia Avsheniuk & Nataliya Seminikhyna

68-78
The Model of Educational Environment for Prospective Ukrainian ESL Teachers within Competency-Based Education

Tetiana Koknova, Serhii Kharchenko, Nadia Bilyk &

79 -89
The Impact of Reflective Practice Questionnaires on Tertiary Language Education

Alona Litvinchuk, Larysa Kupchyk, Oksana Danyliuk & Maiia Dziuba

90-101
Teaching Anti-Utopian/Dystopian Fiction in RFL/EFL Classroom as Intercultural Awareness Raising Tool

Tetiana Kleofastova, Natalia Vysotska & Oleksandr Muntian

102-112
Digital Narrative as A Method of Emergency Distance Learning

Oksana O. Rezvan, Olena L. Ilienko, Olga I. Zelinska, Alla M. Krokhmal & Alona M. Prykhodko

113- 123
Interdisciplinary Approach to Modeling in Teaching English for

Specific Purposes in the Ukrainian Context

Svitlana Fedorenko, Svitlana Kolomiiets, Yana Tikan & Oleksiy Tsepkalo,

124 -131
Communicative Styles through the Prism of Intersubjectivity

Iryna Sieriakova, Olha Chernenko, Oleksandr Muntian & Nataliya Zhdanova

132-141
Compound Term-nouns in Electrical Engineering Texts: Structural, Semantic and Functional Peculiarities

Yuliia Karachun, Yuliia Haidenko & Inna Borkovska

142-160
English Language Education at Ukrainian University: Interdisciplinary Aspect

Olga Matvienko & Svitlana Kuzmina

161-170
Lingual Means of Imperative in the Lecture and Sermon Discourses

Nina Oleksandrivna Kravchenko & Kateryna Andriivna Bondarenko

171-183
Utilizing the Neurolinguistic Programming Technologies in Foreign languages Teaching Practice in Ukrainian Universities

Tetiana Kovalevska & Anastasia Kovalevska

184-193
The Specificity of Using Modern Songs in Teaching English to First-Year Students at Ukrainian Universities

Svitlana Shekhavtsova, Olena Byndas & Viktoriia Dmytrenko

194-204
The National Specifics of Betrayal Metaphors Actualization in English Language Consciousness

Mariia Yu. Ivanchenko

205-220
Interpreting Jane Austen’s Writing Style: Adaptations of the Novel Northanger

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Hlushchenko Olena Volodymyrivna, Kornielaieva Yevheniia Valeriivna & Moskaliuk Olena Viktorivna

221-233
Development Of Journalists’ Professional English Communicative Competence Using Mass Media

Liudmyla Chernii, Vira Meleshchenko, Liubov Zablotska, Iryna Tsar & Liudmyla Nahorniuk

234-243
The Poly Code Character of the English Learners’ Dictionaries

Irina Kolegaeva, Lesia Strochenko, Yuliia Tomchakovska & Oleksandr Tomchakovskyi

244-254
A Comparative Analysis of English and Chinese Reading: Phonetics, Vocabulary and Grammar

Alla Mykhailivna Bogush, Tetiana Mykhailivna Korolova & Oleksandra Volodymyrivna Popova

255-281
Trends and Applications of English Language Teaching and Learning in Ukraine Context: A Case-study Method in Teaching English for Specific Purposes for Ukrainian Students

Serhii Yablokov

282-293
Linguistic Essence of the Process of Borrowing: French and English Language in Contact

Bila Ievgeniia Sergiivna, Bondarenko Ievheniia Volodymyrivna & Maslova Svitlana Yakivna

294-306
Humor Application in Teaching English to Future Lawyers of Ukraine

Volodymyr Krasnopolskyi, Nailia Khairulina, Liudmyla Tyshakova & Hanna Dubova

307-320
Binary Opposition “Man-Machinery” in R. Bradbury Science Fiction Works: A Cognitive Linguistic Approach

Kateryna Podsievak, Iryna Sieriakova & Oxana Franko

321- 329
Rhetoric Strategies in the Presidents` Speeches: Ukrainian versus English

Svitlana V. Nasakina, Natalia M. Kolisnichenko, Inna I. Rohalska-Yakubova & Nataliya I. Chepelyuk

330-341
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