THE LATIN LANGUAGE IS A SOURCE OF ACADEMIC TERMINOLOGY IN EDUCATION

Nassikhat A. Utemgaliyeva 1 , Saule B. Bektemirova 2

1, 2 Department of General Linguistics and European Languages
Al-Farabi Kazakh National University Almaty, Kazakhstan

1 e-mail: nassikhat.utemgaliyeva@gmail.com

2 e-mail: saule.bektemirova77@gmail.com

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