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Symbolic representation and attentional control in pragmatic competence. Kasper, and S. Blum-Kulka Eds. Communication Strategies. Craik, R. Klein, and M. Viswanathan Bilingualism, aging and cognitive control: Evidence from the Simon Task. Psychology and Aging 19, — Biber, D. Corpus-based analyses of discourse: Dimensions of variation in conversation. Bhatia, J. Flowerdew, and R. Jones Eds. London: Routledge. University Language. Stance in spoken and written university registers.
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Two for one? Language-enhanced content instruction in English for academic purposes. Brinton, A. Koester, and T. Orr Eds. Holten Does the emperor have no clothes? A reexamination of grammar in content-based instruction. Flowerdew, and M. Peacock Eds. Jensen Appropriating the adjunct model: English for academic purposes at the university level. Crandall, and D.
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Description Details Customer Reviews The essays and research papers in this collection explore current issues in Language Education, English for Academic Purposes, Contrastive Discourse Analysis, and Language Policy and Planning, and outline promising directions for theory and practice in applied linguistics. The collection also honours the life-long contribution of Robert B. Kaplan to the field.
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