BEING A BILINGUAL IN MODERN INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION
The authors consider the issues of effective functioning of a bilingual in conditions of intercultural communication. The analysis of psychological and psycholinguistic aspects of bilingualism is offered, as well as the number of rules and recommendations for successful conduct of the interethnic dialogue.
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