On the Issues of Teaching Customs Terminology and the Formation of Professional and Speech Competence of Graduates of the Customs Institute
The article is devoted to discussion interactive forms and methods of training as an effective means of forming the professional and speech competence of future specialists in the field of customs. The importance of terminological training in professional activity and communication, the need to master terminological competence as the most important indicator of professionalism and a factor in improving the quality of professional communication are substantiated. The signs of the customs term that distinguish it from commonly used words are revealed meaningfully. Attention is focused on the methodological work on the assimilation of customs terms.
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