THEORETICAL BACKGROUND FOR INVESTIGATING THE INTERPRETER’S COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE FORMATION
The article deals with the theoretical defi nitions of communicative competence, its structure and ways of its development for further interpreters’ communication with native speakers. Creation of a favorable climate for implementing acts of communication and achieving foreign language communicative competence at such a level, that the skills and knowledge acquired during the training are adequately implemented in a natural language environment with native speakers, is the key aim of any act of cross-cultural communication. Communication as an activity is a system of elementary acts. Each act is defi ned by the subject that is the initiator of communication, the rules which the communication follows; the goals that participants should achieve in the process of communication; and the situation in which participants interact. In order to make a successful act of communication the interpreter must involve a specifi c number of competences needed for successful issues of negotiations. The steps, presented in the paper, must be used for students’ training in order to create on-the-spot communicative acts in the real verbal environment.