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Director of the Association "French without Borders" Benjamin Beckner gave a lecture to the students of the Faculty of Foreign Philology

Director of the Association "French without Borders" Benjamin Beckner gave a lecture to the students of the Faculty of Foreign Philology
25.03.2019 10:02 All Top news Faculties Foreign Philology Факультет іноземної філології стажування лекція з лінгвістики

Students of Zaporizhzhia and professors of the Faculty of Foreign Philology of ZNU continue fruitful cooperation with French colleagues in the fields of education, culture and linguistics. On March 22, the faculty was visited by the director of the organization “French without Borders” (Lyon, France), Benjamin Beckner, who gave a lecture to students on the interaction and interdependence of French and English.  It should be noted that this organization has been successfully cooperating with Zaporizhzhia National University since 2010, and work in this direction continues further.

The event was attended by students of different courses who study French, as well as by the dean of the Faculty of Foreign Philology Halyna Moroshkina, head of the department of Romance philology and translation Iryna Sharhai and faculty professors. During the lecture, which was held at once in two languages (English and French), the speaker spoke about the possibility of training our students in a language camp with the support of the organization “French without Borders”. Benjamin Beckner also presented a report on the joint travel of the Ukrainian and French students to the Carpathians and Ivano-Frankivsk, where they had the opportunity to improve their French skills during collective activities and educational games. This internship provided an opportunity for group representatives to learn more about France and its cultural characteristics.

In addition, the lecturer spoke about the historical foundations of the formation of the French, its connection with the English on the example of various well-established linguistic constructions and phraseological units. Moreover, students were offered to perform practical tasks - they sang songs in French, improving the skills of correct French pronunciation.

 

 

 

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