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|dc.description.abstract||The thesis deals with the issue of the ways of solving the problem that arise in the process of the English language learning for special purposes (Diplomatic English). The issue of the problem that arise in the process of the English language learning for special purposes is exceptionally important in the process of learning a foreign language, especially diplomatic English. English for special purposes bears a specific significance for any human act, as well as for knowledge. It is noteworthy that in the first stage of learning English for special purposes, as a rule, students' high motivation is important. The students are willing to learn, read, speak and know about Diplomatic English. However, in the process of acquiring Diplomatic English for special purposes, the relationships among students change due to difficult and hard work. As this process supposes the period of mastering knowledge, habits and abilities; overcoming of difficulties that stimulate achieving goals for English for special purposes. The theoretical and methodological basis of the research is the activity approach, according to which learning English for special purposes is not only needed but also is formed in the process of activity; the theory of contextual learning of English for special purposes; the theory of the ways of solving the problem of English for special purposes; Western concepts of learning English for special purposes; the theory of teaching Diplomatic English.||en_US|
|dc.title||The Ways of Solving the Problems that Arise in the Process of the English Language Learning for Special Purposes (Diplomatic English)||en_US|
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