2. The Structural Interplay between Critical Cultural Awareness, Institutional Identity, Self-Efficacy, Reflective Teaching and Job Performance of EFL Teachers

Hassan Soodmand Afshar; Mahsa Moradifar

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 30 December 2020

Abstract
  The present study explored the relational patterns of critical cultural awareness, institutional identity, self-efficacy, reflective teaching, and job performance of Iranian EFL teachers. To this end, 300 Iranian EFL teachers from different private language institutes were selected based on convenience ...  Read More

3. Derived Substantives in Word-Formation Nests of Auditory ‎Perception Verbs: Ethnolinguistic Aspect

Guzel Khafisovna Bragina; Venera Gabdulkhakovna Fatkhutdinova; Natalia Аnatoljevna Nikolina

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 02 January 2021

Abstract
  This paper aims to identify and describe the semantic and ethnocultural content of substantive derivatives extracted from the corresponding word-formation nests of the Russian and Tatar languages. The characteristics of the ways of lexicalization of related processes and features are essential for both ...  Read More

4. Ethnic Heterostereotypes in Paremies about Language and ‎Proverbs of Tatar

Damir Haydarovich Husnutdinov; Ramilya Kamilovna Sagdieva; Ramil Hamitovich Mirzagitov; Salima Oralhanovna Simbayeva

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 07 January 2021

Abstract
  In the current study, we are trying to talk about stereotypes of perceptions of two peoples historically connected with each other - Russians and Tatars. An attempt was made to restore at least part of the mosaic composed of history from these mutual images. For this exciting topic, proverbs representing ...  Read More

5. Integrating MALL into the Classroom: The Cultural and ‎Pedagogical Impact of Authentic Podcasts on FFL Learners’ ‎Listening and Speaking Skills

Leili Kassaie; Hamid Reza Shairi; Mahmoud Reza Gashmardi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 10 January 2021

Abstract
  One way to develop language skills in FFL (French as a foreign language) learners is to surround them with authentic materials. This study aimed at enhancing the listening and speaking skills of Iranian FFL learners through the integration of MALL (Mobile-assisted language learning) in the form of podcasts ...  Read More

6. Genetic Layers of Tatar Cosmonyms

Gulshat Raisovna Galiullina; Khalisa Khatipovna Kuzmina; Alsou Minneakhmetovna Kamalıeva; Zilya Munirovna Kajumova

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 14 January 2021

Abstract
  The article presents the results of the research of Tatar cosmonyms with regard to their origins. It is believed that the lexis of any language is heterogeneous in terms of origins and consists of both aboriginal and borrowed words. The language of the modern Tatars traces its roots to the ancient Turkic ...  Read More

7. Grammatical Absorption and Functioning of Arab and Persian ‎Conjunctions in Old Tatar Language in the 19th Century

Ayrat Faikovich Yusupov; Nurfiya Marsovna Yusupova; Alfina Tagirovna Sibgatullina

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 21 January 2021

Abstract
  The present study tried to offer a methodology to analyze Arabic language grammatical elements in the Tatar language poetry of the 19th century. It defined adaptation mechanisms of the borrowed grammatical elements within grammatical aspects and presents Arabism absorption peculiarities at the grammatical ...  Read More

8. A Comparative Study on Phraseological and Paroemiological ‎Units with Coloronyms Black in German, Russian, and Tatar

Albina Fanilevna Mukhamadiarova; Mariya Alexandrovna Kulkova; Yuriy Viktorovich Kobenko; Alina Eduardovna Rakhimova

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 22 January 2021

Abstract
  This article deals with a comparative analysis of phraseological and paroemiological units with the component coloronym black / Schwarz, черный, кара in German, Russian, and Tatar. We have analyzed 85 phraseological units and paroemias in German, 50 in Russian, and 99 in Tatar, extracted by ...  Read More

9. The Culture and Language of Whistle of Turkish People (Giresun)

Аlina S. Gaynutdinova; Aliya Mutallimova

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 23 January 2021

Abstract
  In connection with the living environment, people have used all kinds of communication. One of the ancient modes of communication is whistling. Many people encoded their messages using this method. However, there are peoples and tribes that have developed this language to the level of communication. ...  Read More

10. Phonetic Peculiarities of the English Language in India

Marina Borisovna Grolman; Zubayda Albertovna Biktagirova; Olimjon Habibovich Kasimov

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 31 January 2021

Abstract
  In India, English has the status of an official language along with Hindi. According to linguists, the English spoken in India is different from the one spoken in other countries, with it being an independent version of the English language. While working on the research, the general trends of differences ...  Read More

11. Pragmatics of Expressing Apology in English and Tatar Languages

Gulyusa Kurbangalievna Ismagilova; Dilyara Shamilevna Shakirova; Olesya Viktorovna Zabavnova

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 02 February 2021

Abstract
  The article reveals that the speech act of apology is carried out with the help of typical models of remorse transmission, indicating the emotional tone of guilt recognition. The object of the current study is the motivational aspect of sincere apology and the variability of its verbalization in the ...  Read More

12. Intercultural Communication Dialectics in English Language Teaching

Hamza R'boul

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 12 February 2021

Abstract
  Conceptualizations of intercultural communication in English language teaching have largely been constructed on westerncentric and essentialist representations of interculturality. The failure to take into account power imbalances among Anglophone and Southern spaces may perpetuate the inequalities that ...  Read More

13. Humor and Language Errors in Arabic-English Informative Discourse

Maman Lesmana

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 21 February 2021

Abstract
  In everyday life, there are often errors in foreign language translation, either in spelling or vocabulary or in pragmatic terms. Frequently, these errors are unintentionally amusing. This research discusses humor caused by language errors. The corpus of this study is an informative discourse in Arabic ...  Read More

14. Woman vs. Baba in Russian Culture and Internet Language

Aliya Nailevna Miftakhova; Tatiana Gennadievna Bochina; Amir Zufarovich Malikov

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 22 February 2021

Abstract
  The study of the functioning of the language as a means of electronic communication is one of the most relevant areas of linguistics. In this article, based on messages from women's and men's forums of the Russian-speaking Internet, gender representation of the words woman and baba is considered, and ...  Read More