PREREQUISITES OF EFFECTIVE LEARNING OF PROFESSIONAL TERMINOLOGY WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF TEACHING BUSINESS ENGLISH FOR ECONOMICS STUDENTS

Keywords: business terminology, English of professional orientation, development of language competences.

Abstract

The article is devoted to the prerequisites of the effective assimilation of business terms in learning business English of masters in economic specialties. The approaches to studying business terminology are revealed and the signs of business terms are defined. The examples of exercises directed to successful assimilation of economic terms according to their signs in the context of teaching English of professional orientation are given. The role of studying business terminology in the formation of language competences of students of economic specialties is noted.

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2019-04-03
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Dzevytska, L., & Romanenko, O. (2019). PREREQUISITES OF EFFECTIVE LEARNING OF PROFESSIONAL TERMINOLOGY WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF TEACHING BUSINESS ENGLISH FOR ECONOMICS STUDENTS. Scientific Journal of Polonia University, 34(3), 20-28. https://doi.org/10.23856/3402