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The article illustrates the main factors of communication that cover significant successful teaching of language via computer technology. Development of research activities are characterized by the existence of number variety methods of communication which scientists of current era have a great investigation. The article is aimed at identifying linguistic and psycholinguistic features to the problems of interrelationship in bilingual education. The materials of the article can be useful for linguists, psychologists and teachers of a foreign language.
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