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Branch terminology as a way to form loan-word professional communicative competence

E.S. Zakhirova
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E.S. Zakhirova.

PhD in Philology, Head of Department

"Foreign languages??"

Moscow State Technical University "MAMI"



The author analyzed some principal problems of forming of students’ professional communicative competence during foreign language training process in an engineering high school.

Key words: branch terminology, competence based education, professional communicative competence.



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