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The Sociopragmatics of Zealotry in Religious Speech

Dr. Hawraa Jabbar Rahi Department of English, College of Education for Human Sciences, University of Karbala, Karbala, Iraq The present study investigates how zealotry is manifested in religious speech through the lens of sociopragmatics to inspect the reflection of social variables on the use of pragmatic strategies. Zealotry is particularly

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Bimodal Bilingualism

Dr. Marina Šestić & Dr. Ema Petrović, Faculty of Special Education and Rehabilitation, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia & Department of Oriental Studies, Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia In the recent past, bilingualism among deaf and hard-of-hearing children developed spontaneously thanks to the special schools where these

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On Some Issues of Translating Religious Terms

Arpine Arushanyan, Department of Iranian Studies, Faculty of Oriental Studies, Yerevan State University, Yerevan, Armenia Perhaps, one of the most important aspects of Armenian religious studies is the problem of the terminology. Despite the more or less elaborated system of terms, even today in scientific literature there are some difficulties

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