Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University


The article presents cognitive approach to the comprehension of the system of English terms related to travel industry. Considered is type and structure of the terminological concept tourism which appears to reflect the structure of the whole industry. The data of the concept structure are indicated in the chart which reveals the systemic ties of the related terms included in the concept tourism. Offered are tasks to be completed at the lessons aimed at assimilating professional terms of tourism and reflected the conceptual link between them.

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