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The article describes issues based on teaching visually impaired students. Teaching a foreign language to visually impaired students is a poorly studied area. It is a problem for the teacher and stimulates his creative potential, due to the lack of theoretical and practical material. Particularly relevant are the questions that relate to the teaching of professional vocabulary for blind and visually impaired students. In this article, we tried to determine the theoretical foundations and methods of effective teaching a foreign language.
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