I have to translate the names of these subjects. Could you please tell me if these names are correct?
1.Introduction to Philosophy.
2.Foundations of Computer Science(or introduction?)
3.The Grammar of the English Language
5.The Modern Georgian Language
6.The History of Georgia
7.The Spoken Speech (or language?)
8.The Regional Geography
9.The Written Practice
10.The Oral Translation
11.The history of Foreign Literature
12.The Practical course of English
13.Introduction to Rendering
14.The Stylistics of Georgian
16. The Listening
17.The General Theory of Translation
18. The Analytical Reading
21.Practical Grammar of English
22. The Written Language(and not speech, am I right?)
23.The Practical Course of The English Language
24. The Stylistics
25.The History of the English Language
27.The history of the English Literature
28.The Theoretical Grammar
29. The Academic writing
30.The history of the German language
31.The History of American and English Literature
32. The Certificate Program
34.The Practical course of German
I wonder which article should be used before the name of a subject?
Is an article always necessary?
I agree with fivejedjon about Spoken Language, but you might want to be more specific. For example: Spoken English. (Please don't say Spoken Speech. )
You are right those two are the same.