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Russian TV news: one case

Once, I had to read a lecture about  language and discourse style of Russian media for students of Russian as Foreign Language. And it was quite a challenge. Why? I downloaded a couple of broadcasts of late news for several … Continue reading

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Belarusian Tax on Unemployed, and Parlamentarism (infographics)

If you know Belarus, you understand this infographics. If not, it’s ok – I’m explaining. April 2, 2015 Alexandr Lukashenko published President’s decree #3 that lay citizens and residents of Belarus to pay tax (or rather fine) is they are … Continue reading

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