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Abstract

The current article deals with the approaches, methods, and techniques which require individual information about a particular culture, besides the presence of skills empathy, tolerance, and reflection. There are definitions of intercultural competence, where key positions are focused on the ability phenomenon. Translators help people overcome language barriers, dispel their suspicion and serve as a bridge in intercultural communication. Listening, observing, evaluating: using patience and perseverance to identify and minimize ethnocentrism, seek out cultural clues and meaning

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approaches interpreting evaluating techniques communication stereotype intercultural competence translating skills

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How to Cite
Inamova, D. (2023). Teaching Intercultural Competence: Approaches, Methods, and Techniques. Central Asian Journal of Theoretical and Applied Science, 4(1), 104-107. https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/85H9R

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