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Communication and cognition as necessary components of many-factors model of training Polish people in Russian language of business contacts

I.L. Rolyak
80,00 Р

 

Rolak Irina

Ph.D, Assistant Professor

The Jan Kochanovski University in Kielce,

Poland

Research interests: economic discourse, Business Russian teaching, translation

E-mail: irene41@rambler.ru

 

Presented is activity approach to training in Russian language of business contacts, incl. it’s communicative and cognitive components, co-existing in interconnection and co-dependence as two undividable aspects.

Key words: communication, cognition, Russian language of business contacts, education.

 

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