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: THE FIRST EXPERIENCE IN CONDUCTING THE INTEGRATED LESSON IN LITERATURE AND STYLISTICS OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
: O.V. Gerock-Erzhanova, O.D. Podavets
: The article is dedicated to the attempts of conducting the integrated lessons in literature and stylistics of the English language in the frames of the opened week as educated and upbringing purposes.
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