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SOURCE:   Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2015. № 11. Part 3. P. 133-137.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Philological Sciences
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THE FACTORS OF LINGUISTIC BARRIER IN INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION IN THE SUBJECT-ORIENTED ENGLISH LINGUA FRANCA

Melezhik Karina Alekseevna
Taurida Academy of Crimean Federal University named after V. I. Vernadsky


Abstract. The article offers the concept of a subject-oriented English Lingua Franca (SOELF) as an instrument of international business communication of Russian speaking and foreign specialists. The causes of communicative failures, contributing to the appearance of a linguistic barrier in the process of social interaction in SOELF, are examined. The indicators of an accent of foreign communicants are defined and communicative-relevant phonetic characteristics of the accent of Russian speaking users of SOELF are revealed.
Key words and phrases: деловая межнациональная коммуникация, предметно-ориентированный язык, английский лингва франка, языковой барьер, русский акцент, business international communication, subject-oriented language, English Lingua Franca, linguistic barrier, Russian accent.
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