Antonymy in English and Bulgarian Maritime Terminology
Dr. Galina V. Velikova, Assoc. Prof.
Nikola Vaptsarov Naval Academy – Varna (Bulgaria)
Abstract. This paper dwells on maritime terminology and the relationships defining “oppositeness of meaning” in it…
Pitch Variation for Chinese Syllables of Different Information Load (Based on Commercial and Social Radio Ads)
Svetlana V. Androsova1)
Veronika G. Karavaeva2)
2)Moscow City University – Moscow (Russia)
3)Heihe University – Heihe (China)
Multilingual Approach in Foreign Language Teaching Applied in Present Engineering Education
Dr. Tsvetelina Vukadinova 1),
Prof. Dr. Eng. Senia Terzieva2),
Dr. Eng. Juliana Javorova, Assoc. Prof. 2)
1) University of Mining and Geology “St. Ivan Rilski” Sofia, Bulgaria
2) University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy
Absract.This article examines the results of a study in the discipline “Technical Mechanics”. This study was conducted among 1st and 2nd year students from the University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy (UCTM), vocational field 5.10 “Chemical Technology”...
LANGUAGE AND CULTURE
Speech Strategies in Presidential Candidate Debates
Absract. The article is dedicated to the presidential candidate debate between the current President Rumen Radev and Prof. Anastas Gerdzhikov. The research traces whether their vocabulary adheres to the official discourse, how dynamic it is and whether it answers to the requirements of high speech etiquette...
Dictionaries for English Language Teaching in the Bulgarian Revival
Prof. Dr. Milena Yordanova
Absract. The article presents an analytical review of the available bilingual dictionaries (Bulgarian-English and English-Bulgarian) that were used during the Bulgarian Revival for English language teaching...
Convergence and Divergence of the Balkan Peoples and their Languages
The Engraver in Literature
38 English Teaching Assistants Will Teach in Bulgarian Schools and Universities in the Academic Year 2022/2023
Dr. Dafina Kostadinova, Assoc. Prof.
XXV International Scientific Conference “Russian Studies and Modernity”
Prof. Liudmila Karpenko, DSc.
Samara National Research University Samara, Russia
In Memory of Assoc. Prof. Anna Lilova
Dr. Phil. Aneta Evtimova
Universität Wien (Austria)