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Using of ICT in foreign languages teaching to future IT-specialists

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Ispol'zovanie IKT v obuchenii inostrannym jazykam budushhikh specialistov informacionno-kommunikacionnykh tekhnologij
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  • Volodymyr Dahl East Ukrainian National University, Lugansk, Ukraine
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