|dc.description.abstract||The core of business communications is the language as a means of exchange of information. In today's globalized world, most people
are plurilingual, i.e. they understand and use several languages. This is due both to the development of the international trade and business and the increasing frequency of private international contacts. Plurilingualism affects people’s social environment, career development and culture. According to the modern concept, a plurilingual person must have certain competence in at least two other languages in the same or in a different field of communication.
In this respect, plurilingualism is fully consistent with the language policy of the European Union. The main goal of the study was to examine the current state of plurilingualism in the field of business communications and outline some theoretical aspects of plurilingual didactics.||bg_BG