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The study of conceptual metaphors in ESAP L2 writing: range and variability

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Smoothie or Fruit Salad? Learners’ Descriptions of Accents as Windows to Concept Formation

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Production accuracy of L2 vowels: Phonological parsimony and phonetic flexibility

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Good English Pronunciation Users and their Pronunciation Learning Strategies

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Exploitation of the Didactic Potential of the COCA in Task-Based Language Teaching Involving Cultural References

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Phonetic Notation in Foreign Language Teaching and Learning: Potential Advantages and Learners’ Views

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‘Mind your Local Accent’ Does accent training resonate to college students’ English use?

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Deconstructing English Articles A Construction Grammar Approach To Teaching Articles In English

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The Effect of a Protein-Xanthophyll Concentrate from Alfalfa (Phytobiotic) on Animal Production - A Current Review

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It Will/Must/May Be a Modal Auxiliary

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The English modal verb system has proved to be a difficult linguistic concept even for advanced EFL students. Their comprehension/usage problems may be of purely morpho-syntactic and semantic nature or may also involve sociolinguistic dimensions. The paper examines the question of polysemy, sociolinguistic factors and the role of ELT models.

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