Pindus Journal of Culture, Literature, and ELT <p><strong>PINDUS Journal of Culture, Literature, and ELT (PJCLE)</strong> is open access and double-blind peer-reviewed electron journal from Spain. PINDUS accepts articles from different research areas which are connected with culture, literature, and English language teaching and learning at all. <strong>PINDUS Journal of Culture, Literature, and ELT (PJCLE)</strong> presents articles around the area of culture, English language teaching and learning, linguistics, and literature including analysis, studies, applications of theories, research reports, and materials development.</p> <p><strong>PINDUS Journal of Culture, Literature, and ELT (PJCLE)</strong> favors articles that have a sound theoretical base with visible practical applications that can be used by specialists in anthropology, sociology, linguistics, education, intercultural studies, and policymaking. Authors from all languages and cultures are invited to submit their research and review articles to the <em><strong>PJCLE</strong></em> journal.</p> <p><strong>ISSN 2792-1883</strong></p> Academic Journal Publisher en-US Pindus Journal of Culture, Literature, and ELT 2792-1883 AN ANALYSIS ON THE USE OF PRONOUN IN SPOOF TEXT “HONEY, WHAT IS FOR SUPPER?” <p>When acquiring English, we begin with the fundamentals. The fundamental elements are portions of discourse. Noun, pronoun, verb, adjective, adverb, preposition, conjunction, and interjection are the parts of speech. The frequent use of pronouns in daily life is one of the inspirations for this study. Understanding pronouns allows a person to build basic sentences that may be used to learn vocabulary and enable someone to become fluent in English. The purpose of this study is to determine the proportion of subject pronouns in the Spoof version of "Honey, What's for Supper?" In this research, a qualitative descriptive methodology is employed. This study reveals that the subject pronoun "He" is 12.0% more prevalent than other pronouns in the Spoof text "Honey, What's for Supper?". This finding is hoped to be a good reference for students and motivate them to improve their reading and writing skills in English.</p> Anita Sitanggang Melda Veby Ristella Munthe Nikita Gabriela Sitanggang Copyright (c) 2024 2024-01-07 2024-01-07 4 1 1 9 Virtualization of Society and Spiritual and Moral Education of Young People <p>The article discusses the impact of extended objective virtual reality on the life of modern society. The facts substantiating the relevance of studying this phenomenon from the point of view of social philosophy are presented. The article assesses the impact of technologies of extended objective virtual reality, reflecting the state of the main spheres of society in modern realities, on the life of society.</p> Shakhnoza Alimova Copyright (c) 2024 2024-01-11 2024-01-11 4 1 10 17 Digitalized Russian Language Classes <p>In recent years traditional teaching is being replaced by different methods, especially, with the help of IT or computer mediated programs in the Russian language classes. In the modern time we all struggle to cope with difficulties due to new technologies. The IT applications can increase the mental abilities of human kind, of course, the students too. Even at present time, a lot of students and scholars are using web pages to interpret the contexts and words, terminology according to any specialty. This paper highlights some peculiarities concerning on the impact of IT applications on the students’ mental behavior.</p> Khatamov Ildar Urakovich Copyright (c) 2024 2024-01-19 2024-01-19 4 1 18 20 Examining the Impact of Social Classism and Sacrifice in Dickens's a Tale of Two Cities <p>The present study examines the social stratification in the novel of Charles Dickens's A Tale of Two Cities (1859). It shows how the novel traces the conflict between different categories of society. In so doing , the study discovers the core ideas that shape the disparity that exists between the working class and the aristocrats. In his novel A Tale of Two Cities, Charles Dickens discusses the role of cultural domination in France and England as well as demonstrating the goals of the aristocracy. According to Marx's theory of social construction depends on class relationships and division. These relationships are explained using the two terms exploitation and appropriation. This will include the bourgeois class controlling the working class, which would mean that the mode of production and the productive forces of society would be determined by the aristocracy. The study has used a literary model in an attempt to produce a clear view of the relationship between power and the weak in this novel. Having this literary model to Dickens's novel, the findings of this study reveal how the individuals compete each other to attain social power as represented in their social structure.</p> Najlaa Hayyawi Abbar Copyright (c) 2024 2024-01-22 2024-01-22 4 1 21 27