MOTIVATIONAL AND ETHNOCULTURAL POTENTIAL OF THE CONCEPT WATER AND ITS REFLECTIONS IN THE LINGUISTIC VIEW OF THE WORLD IN SLAVIC NATIONS
Prof. Dr. Mária Dobríková
Comenius University in Bratislava Bratislava, Slovakia
Absract. The first part of the article is focused on theoretical side of the process of idiom creation and on defining terms word motivation and idiom motivation...
THE SAGA OF ICELANDIC
Dr. Yana Chankova, Assoc. Prof.
South-West University “Neofit Rilski”
Absract. This paper seeks to answer the question whether the great wealth of Icelandic literature in the sagas and the Eddas of the 12th – 13th c. is accessible to modern Icelanders without special linguistic training and hence whether it is possible for a language to remain almost intact and impervious to changes for more than 7 centuries...
VERBS AND PROPOSITION PHRASES AS A MODEL FOR DESCRIBING THE CONTENT OF METASUBJECT COMPETENCIES IN THE PERSPECTIVES AND EXPECTATIONS OF LABOR MARKET PARTICIPANTS
Dr. Sergey V. Vesmanov, Prof. Dr. Natalya V. Jadko, Dmitriy S. Vesmanov, Dr. Gurgen A. Akopyan, Assoc. Prof.
Moscow City University
Abstract. The article presents results of studying how the labor market participants formulate the perspectives and expectations about the contents of metasubject competencies...
„BLACK HOLES” IN COMPREHENSION, OR ON THE COMPLEXITY OF THE TRANSLATED TEXT IN CHILDREN’S RECEPTION
Prof. Edyta Manasterska-Wiącek, DSc.
Maria Curie-Sklodovska University - Lublin, (Poland)
Absract. The aim of the article is to investigate the effect of vocabulary items that are difficult in reception on comprehension and evaluation of the whole literary text by children...
LANGUAGE AND CULTURE
ТHE FORGING OF THE SELF – A UNIVERSAL ALIEN
Prof. Magdalena Kostova-Panayotova, DSc.
South-West University „Neofit Rilski“
Absract. The article examines the first novel of the French writer of Vietnamese origin Anna Moï, which brought her success on the French and world stage...
TO THE QUESTION OF RUSSIAN-LANGUAGE LITERATURE AS A FACTOR FOR PRESERVING THE VITALITY OF THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
Ivelina Todorova, PhD student
Peoples' Friendship University of Russia
Abstract. The article is devoted to the preservation of survival (vitality) of the Russian language through the prism of translational literature, which is created by ethnically non-Russian authors...
HRISTAKI PAVLOVICН AND HIS LETTERWRITING LESSONS IN THE „PISMENNIK OBSHTEPOLEZEN“ (1835)
Prof. Diana Ivanova, DSc.
University of Plovdiv “Paisii Hilendarski”
Absract. The object of the research is one of the first two modern Bulgarian textbooks on letter writing – „Pismennik obshtepolezen“ („A Letter Writing Handbook of General Use“), 1835, by the prominent Revival pedagogue Hristaki Pavlovich...
NOVEL AS HISTORY, HISTORY AS NOVEL
Dr. Moris Fadel, Assoc. Prof.
New Bulgarian University
REVIEWS AND ANNOTATIONS
INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION AND DIGITALIZATION IN EDUCATION
Danov, D. (2020). Digitalizatsiya i obrazovanie: inovativnost, kreativnost i interkulturnost. Sofia:
Sv. Kliment Ohridski, 168 p. ISBN 9789540750040
Dr. Milena Yordanova, Assoc. Prof.
University of Sofia
The Impact of English as a Lingua Franca on the English Language Pedagogy
Sifakis, N. & Tsantila N. (2019). English as a Lingua Franca for EFL Contexts. Bristol: Multilingual Matters.
Jagiellonian University (Poland)
GESTURES АS A MEMORY OF CULTURE
Madzharov, D. (2017). From Choice of Ruler to Child‘s Play.
Changes in the Ritual Gesture in Hungarian Culture. Sofia: St. Kliment Ohridski University Publishing House. ISBN 954-07-4269-4
Prof. Yonka Naydenova, DSc.
Institute for Literature Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Sofia, Bulgaria