The paper analyzes speech errors made by students because of interfering influence of English; classifies lexical errors and offers methods of overcoming them.
Electrostatic Discharges, Interferences, Cables, Spacecraft, Onboard Electronics. This paper presents an original test equipment of the electrostatic discharge interferences in a spacecraft cables. Received current transformation into disturb voltage coefficients in the cable sections are used in calculation of interference levels at inputs of a spacecraft onboard radio-electronic equipment.
By using tongue twisters from a variety of folk traditions, the article demonstrates how the inevitable failure to perform a tongue twister flawlessly consists of the performer's inability to differentiate between phonemic, semantic, morphological and syntactic homonyms, thus mirroring the experience of a child learning his/her native language. The article suggests that tongue twisters serve as an artistic means for the linguistically competent performer to revisit that earlier and forgotten stage in language acquisition.
The main focus of the present article lies on the speech errors by students of English in the process of role playing. The article gives thorough analyses of external and internal factors that cause speech errors in role plays and offers some ways of preventing and correction the errors in the process of teaching English as a second language.