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Nada Pop-Jordanova, Olivera Sarakinova and Sofija Loleska

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Sanja Manchevska and Jasmina Pluncevic-Gligoroska

References 1. Newbury-Birch D, Lowry R, Kamali F. The chan ging patterns of drinking, illicit drug use, stress, an xiety and depression in dental students in a UK den tal school: a longitudinal study. Brit Dent J. 2002; 192: 646–649. 2. Akvardar Y, Demiral Y, Ergor G, Ergor A, Bilici M, Ozer A. Substance use in a sample of Turkish medical students. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2003; 72: 117–121. 3. Akvardar Y, Demiral Y, Ergor G, Ergor A. Substan ce use among medical students and physicians in a medical school in Turkey. Soc Psychiatr Epidemiol. 2004; 39: 502

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Sime Trpeski and Nada Pop-Jordanova

., Trpeski S., Kaftandziev I., Spasov M. The perceived stress in patients and medical staff in traumatology, SYLWAN: english edition, 2015; 159 (3): 336-346. 24. Strójwąs K, Florkowski A, Jeżowska-Smorąg I, Gądek I, Zboralski K, Macander M, Przybyszewska M, Wierzbiński P. Emotional and psychosomatic disorder among female patients undergoing breast cancer diagnosis. Pol Merkur Lekarski. 2016; 39(233) pp. 287-91.

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N. Goncharenko

collaboration, considered as interpersonal communication. In interpersonal communication, a person takes on a role, plays it and obtains an idea for how a communication partner perceives it, interprets the situation and coordinates his/her own actions [ 3 , 4 ]. This interaction leas to the development of the person and his/her creative abilities, as well as the ability to think and be aware of oneself as a special person. All mentioned becomes very relevant for linguistic training. Regarding this, new technology and forms of teaching foreign languages, particularly