XIV ̳ - ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES OF SCIENCE AND EDUCATION (19-21.04.2018)

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1. , , , [ 3; 73 -74]:

It was a ring of land round a deep lagoon, uninhabited, and covered only with scrub and

wild guava.[6;278].

There was a high dado of white wood and a green paper [ 6; 21].

2. [ 3; 75]:

Tenez, voila le Capitane Brunot,( ) " said Tiare, one day when I was fitting together what she could tell me of Strickland. (... ̳ )[ 6; 269].

"`Mon pauvre ami( ),' he said. [6; 274].

3. . 볿 XIX .

Du reste ( ), it has still to be proved that this friend of yours has merit [6 ;116].

Strickland scrambled to his feet, ad together they went to the Bouchee de Pain ( ) ...and then to the Cuillere de Soupe ( )...[6;234-235].

4.³ 볿, 䳿 , [ 2 ]:

He exults like an inquisitor at the auto de fe ( ) of an heretic.[6;10].

5. , [ 3; 74]:

She spoke of "culchaw" derisively. [6; 78].

"Philistine." cried Dirk.[6;116].

He is not embarrassed by the sans gene ()of the hobo (), nor put out of countenance by the etiquette of the prince.[6;231-232].

6. , : [ 3; 74]:

I saw him, with my mind's eye, on the schooner on which he worked, wearing nothing but a pair of dungarees.[6; 308].

"...There was a young man lying full length, smoking a cigarette, and he wore nothing but a pareo" [6; 271].

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, , . , , : (solo, tenor, concerto); , (décolleté, costume, coquette ) ' (ukase, oudarnick, soviet, kolkhoz) . [ 3 ].

Their vocabulary suggests that they fingered Roget's Thesaurus in their cradles [6;14].

"I always like to read the feuilleton on the drama," I said.[6;106].

Strickland would not go near them, not from any affectation of stoicism.[6;138].

8. , , , . , , . , via-a-vis, par exemple, ex officio, condition sine qua non, ad adsurdum, raison d'etre, fait accompli, homo sapiens, idée fixe, ersona grata, c'est la vie, chercher la fame, bon mot , vice versa .

To avoid the tedium of dining tete-a-tete.[6;28].

List of the used sources:

1. M.I. - 2- . - .: - , 1996.

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/ A. B. //˳ (-). - 2012, 18 .

3. .. . - .:1958. - 459.

4.˳ .. 㳿. - : - Minnepolis, 2008. - 412.

5. . . / . . // , 1984. - 1. - . 19-25.

6. .. ̳ . - -.: - , , 2008. - 384.

7.Һ .. / .. Һ// , Գ. - , 2009.- . 322-324.


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