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, we , , , : We, the Leaders of Italy, Brazil, Canada, the Peoples Re public of China, France, Germany, India, Japan, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, the United King dom, the United States of America and the President of the European Commission, together with the Leaders of Egypt and Sweden, as President of the European Council, commit to work together on global challenges and to improve international governance (G8). , : There is an urgent need to develop a political concept for one world (IMF). , .. : , , [, 1995, c. 372].

progress competition, , , : The growth in global markets has helped to promote efficiency through competition and the division of labour;

to create a level playing field for the global economy (IMF);

(). challenge , [Dictionary.com], : A perennial challenge facing all of the world countries, regardless of their level of economic devel opment, is achieving financial stability, economic growth, and higher living standards (IMF). competition winner loser: inevitable technological progress. And, the number of people who lose under globalization is likely to be outweighed by the number of people who win (IMF).

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Indeed, globalization has helped to deliver extraordinary progress for people living in developing nations (IMF). , , : We are committed to working together;

We are resolved to continue reforming;

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alika2002@mail.ru AUTHORS Elena Yuryevna Balashova Candidate of Philology, associate professor, Saratov State Academy of Law;

e-mail: balashovaelena@yandex.ru Stanislav Borisovich Beletsiy post-graduate student, Institute of Philology and Verbal Communi cation, Siberian Federal University (Krasnoyarsk);

e-mail: beleckij@mail.ru Roman Nikolaevich Butov senior teacher, Voronezh State Technical University;

e-mail: ro manvrn@inbox.ru, romanwrn@inbox.ru Alexandra Vladimirovna Eremenko teacher of English Language, Far Eastern National Univer sity;

e-mail: alerem68@mail.ru Eryomina Olga Vladimirovna post-graduate student, Irkutsk State Linguistic University Evtugova Natalya Nikolaevna post-graduate student, Omsk State University;

e mail:natane2005@mail.ru Tamara Georgievna Ignatieva Doctor of Philology, professor of French Chair, Krasnoyarsk Pedagogical University Tatyana Vladimirovna Ioffe associate professor, Omsk State Pedagogical University;

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yufei@list.ru Tatiana Sergeevna Khrebtova post-graduate student, Altay State University;

e-mail: khreb tova_tanya@mail.ru Natalya Vladimirovna Klepikovskaya lecturer of Foreign Language Chair, St. Petersburg State Naval Technical University Tatyana Leonidovna Kopus Candidate of Philology, associate professor, Ussuriisk State Teach ers Training Institute;

e-mail: kafedraspec@mail.ru Larisa Vladimirovna Kulgavova Candidate of Philology, associate professor, Irkutsk State Lin guistic University;

e-mail: laurkul@yandex.ru Ekaterina Yurievna Malneva Post-Graduate Student of English Philology Chair, the Far Eastern Humanities University, Khabarovsk;

e-mail: aspire9@rambler.ru Inna Alexandrovna Matrosova senior lecturer of English Philology Department of Khakas State University;

e-mail: union1997vin@mail.ru Natalya Victorovna Morzhenkova Candidate of Philology, associate professor, Moscow City Pedagogical University;

e-mail: natalia.morzhenkova@gmail.com Elena Vasilievna Orlova post-graduate student, Irkutsk State Linguistic University;

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eva1319@rambler.ru Irina Vladimirovna Palashevskaya candidate of Philology, associate professor, Volgograd State University, e-mail: irina_777@inbox.ru Svetlana Sergeevna Pashkovskaya doctoral fellow, Pushkin University of Russian Language, a candidate of science in pedagogy Natalya Vasilievna Petrova Doctor of Philology, professor, Irkutsk State Linguistic University, English language department;

e-mail: nvic2004@mail.ru Maya Alexandrovna Petrovich post-graduate student, Perm State Pedagogical University;

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maya.petrovich@mail.ru Elena Nikolaevna Poskachina post-graduate student, Irkutsk State Linguistic University Julia Nicolaevna Revina post-graduate student, Omsk State Technical University Dmitrii Alexandrovich Samarin post-graduate student, Irkutsk State Linguistic University Varvara Yurievna Samodurova post-graduate student, Irkutsk State Linguistic University;

e mail: varvaras@list.ru Yulia Yakovlevna Shirjaeva instructor, Pomor State University after M.V. Lomonosov, Severod vinsk Branch Kseniya Alexandrovna Sloutskaya post-graduate student, Nizhnevartovsk State Humanities Uni versity;

e-mail: crazyhazy@yandex.ru Elena Vladimirovna Solodkova post-graduate student, Irkutsk State Linguistic University;

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el_sol2004@mail.ru Aylanmaa Myldyrganovna Soyan post-graduate student, Tyva State University;

e-mail: soyan a@mail.ru Olga Nikolaevna Sychyova Candidate of Philology, associate professor, Amur State University;

e-mail: sichyova@mail.ru, NEWS-2004@yandex.ru Margarita Afanasyevna Tulnova Candidate of Philology, associate professor, Volgograd State Pedagogical University;

e-mail: tumargarita@yandex.ru Tatiana Boroevna Tagarova Candidate of Philology, associate professor, Irkutsk State Univer sity;

e-mail: boroevna@rambler.ru Tatiana Viktorovna Tyurneva post-graduate student, Irkutsk State Linguistic University;

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marfa_84@bk.ru Anatoly Petrovich Vasilenko Candidate of Philology, associate professor, Bryansk State Univer sity;

e-mail: Anatvasilenko@mail.ru Natalia Vyacheslavovna Vataleva assistant professor, Omsk State Pedagogical University;

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vatalevanv@mail.ru, vatalevanv@yahoo.com Verbitskaya Olga Mikhailovna Candidate of Philology, associate professor, Eastern Siberian State Academy of Education;

e-mail: verba-helga@mail.ru Vorozshtsova Natalya Victorovna lecturer, Irkutsk State linguistic University .


. .. : ........................... E.F.SEREBRENNIKOVA ROMANIA AND ROMANIC WORLD: ASPECTS OFF AXIOLOGICAL SEMIOMETRY........................................ .. ( - ).................................. A.P. VASILENKO OVERCOMING BARRIERS TO TRANSLATING RUSSIAN IDIOMS (APROPOS A RUSSIAN-FRENCH PHRASEOLOGICAL DICTIONARY)....................................................................................................................... .. , .. - .................................................... N. VATALEVA, T. IOFFE TOWARDS ANALYSIS OF THE MORPHOLOGICAL SRUCTURE OF SPEECH VERBS IN THE MODERN CHINESE LANGUAGE.......................................................................................................................................... .. ( . SHGUN)........................................................................................................................................................... O.M. VERBITSKAYA TOWARDS THE FORMATION OF MULTICULTURAL PERSONALITY AS A RESULT OF LINGUOCULTURAL CONFLICT (BASED ON THE NOVEL SHGUN BY J. CLAVELL)................................................................. .. Ш - ............................................. O.V. ERYOMINA PERCEPTIVE AND EVALUATIVE SEMANTICS OF SOME SPEECH-ACT VERBS........................................... .. .. N.V. KLEPIKOVSKAYA THE IMMANENT SYSTEMATIC FEATURES OF SHIPBUILDING MACROTERMINOLOGICAL SYSTEM...... .. Ż COOL, .............. L.V. KULGAVOVA ITS COOL TO BRING UP THE WORD COOL, OR ONE OF THE WORDS THAT HAVE SHAPED AMERICA .. ..................... M.. PETROVICH THE WAYS OF REALIA ACTUALIZATION IN SOUTH SLAVIC FAIRY TALES.................................................. .. . .......................................................... D.A. SAMARIN THE PROBLEM OF THE FUSION OF LANGUAGES IN HUGO SCHUCHARDTS CONCEPTION................. .. , ................................................................................ J.Y. SHIRYAEVA THEMATIC GROUPS OF THE SEASON + NOUN WORD COMBINATION PATTERN................................. .. һ................................................................................... N.V. PETROVA EVOLUTION OF THE TERM PRECEDENTIAL TEXT..................................................................................... .. .................. N.N. EVTUGOVA MODES OF LINGUISTIC EXPRESSION OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOUND AND SOUND SOURCE.... .. MARRIAGE ........................ A.V. EREMENKO THE METAPHORICAL WAYS OF REPRESENTING THE VALUE COMPONENT OF THE CONCEPT MARRIAGE IN THE AMERICAN AND BRITISH APHORISTIC SAYINGS.......................................................... . . Ż: .. ....................................................................................................... E.Y. MALNEVA A PRIVILEGED WINDOW INTO THE HUMAN MIND: METAPHORICAL THOUGHT AS ONE OF THE FOREMOST PRINCIPLES OF COGNITIVE POETICS AND METAPHORICAL MODELS IN THE TEXTS OF E. A. POE............................................................................................................. .. MELT COOK :


- ....................................................................................................................... I.. MATROSOVA FIGURATIVE MEANINGS OF THE VERBS MELT AND COOK IN THE CONTEMPORARY ENGLISH LANGUAGE: CASE-ROLE ANALYSIS................................................................................................................. .. .............................................................................................. S.S. PASHKOVSKAIA LANGUAGE (PHONETIC) AND MUSICAL SKILLS IN THE DIFFERENTIATING MODEL OF TEACHING PRONUNCIATION............................................................................................................................................... .. ..................... Y.N. REVINA ON THE STRUCTURE OF AUTOMOBILE TERMS IN MODERN GERMAN.................................................... .. ............................................. A.M. SOYAN ON PRONOUN BRACES IN THE TUVINIAN LANGUAGE................................................................................ .. ........................ O.N. SYCHEVA ON RESEARCH METHODS OF THE CURRENT COMMUNICATIVE SITUATION IN RUSSIA...................... .. - ........................................................................................................................................................... T.B. TAGAROVA FUNCTIONS OF PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS OF NEGATIVE EVALUATION IN LANGUAGE OF BURYAT COMEDIES........................................................................................................................................................... .. EDUCATION . T.V. TYURNEVA ABOUT THE ESSENCE OF THE NOTION AND THE CONCEPT EDUCATION AT THE TIME OF ENGLISH RENAISSANCE..................................................................................................................................................... .. CELL- ɻ XIX ( . . )..................................................................................... T.S. KHREBTOVA CELL-ANALYSIS AS A WAY OF REPRESENTATION OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURYS MYSTERIOUS

PARADIGM (THE STORIES OF C. DICKENS AND E. POE)............................................................................. .. - : ............ T. G. IGNATIEVA MODEL PERSONALITIES IN THE MIDDLE AGE IN WESTERN EUROPE: DAME OF HEART................ .. / FAITH ................................................................................................................................... E.Y.BALASHOVA THE NOMINATIVE DENSITY OF THE LINGUOCULTURAL CONCEPT FAITH IN RUSSIAN AND ENGLISH LANGUAGES........................................................................................................................................................ .. ...........................

............................................................... S.B. BELETSKY COMMUNICATIVE PATERNALISM AS A MEANS OF DISCOURSE PROCESSING OF IRRATIONALITY IN INTERACTION..................................................................................................................................................... .. .............................................................................................. N.V. VOROZHTSOVA PRE-ELECTORAL DISCOURSE AND ITS GENRES........................................................................................... .. ............................................. T.L. KOPUS THE DISCOURSE OF DOUBT IN IDENTITY WORK......................................................................................... . . .

ѻ . ........................................................................................................................................... N. V. MORZHENKOVA THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL NARRATIVE IN GERTRUDE STEINS THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF ALICE B. TOKLAS...................................................................................................... .. ............................................................................................................................ E.V. ORLOVA ON MODELLING OF MOTIVATION CONCEPTOSPHERE IN THE DISCOURSE SPACE OF ADVERTISING............................................................................................................................................... .. - ......................................................................................................................... I. V. PALASHEVSKAYA STRUCTURAL AND SYNTACTIC CHARACTERISTICS OF LEGISLATIVE RULES IN LEGAL DISCOURSE. .. ....................................................................................................................................................... ...... E.N. POSKACHINA THE ROLE OF SYNONYMY IN POLITICAL DISCOURSE MODELLING......................................................... . . ͻ Ż.................................. V.Y. SAMODUROVA THE SEMIOTIC REPRESENTATION OF THE CONCEPT SUPREMAN IN THE JAMES BOND NOVELS AND FILM SCRIPTS............................................................................................................................................ .. ................................................................ K.A. SLUTSKAYA CONCRETE POETRY CLASSIFICATION PECULIARITIES.............................................................................. .. .............. E.V. SOLODKOVA REQUEST AND RESPONSE ABOUT IDENTITY IN THE POLITICIANS SPOUSES INTERVIEW................. . . ѻ ...................................................................... M.. TULNOVA THE CONCEPT OF PROGRESS IN THE GLOBALIST DISCOURSE............................................................ ................................................................................................................................. AUTHORS............................................................................................................................................................. ...................................................................................................................................................

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