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Valuing Cultural Identity for Successful Teaching and Learning: Applying Culturometric Committed Communication Humanist Principles in Educational Contexts

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Individual Speech Behavior of Russian-Speaking Prosecutors in the 19-20th Centuries: A Case Study in Implicit Pragmatics

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Functions of Expressions of Futurality in Professional Economic Texts

. Simpson, Rita. “Stylistic features of academic speech: the role of formulaic speech.” Discourse in the professions - Perspectives from corpus linguistics. Ed. Ulla Connor and Thomas A. Upton. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2004. 37-64. Print. Wekker, Herman. The Expression of Future Time in Contemporary British English: An Investigation into the Syntax and Semantics of Five Verbal Constructions Expressing Futurality. Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1976. Print. Yule, George. Pragmatics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996. Print.

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Cross-Cultural Variation in the Use of Hedges and Boosters in Academic Discourse

contribute to the interactive and dialogic character of academic texts?” Eds. Ramon Plo Alastrue and Carmen Perez-Llantada. English as a Scientific and Research Language. Berlin/Boston: Mouton de Gruyter, 2015. 115-140. Print. Prince, Ellen R., Joel Frader and Charles Bosk. “On hedging in physicianphysician discourse.” Ed. Robert J. Di Pietro Linguistics and the professions. Proceedings of the second annual Delaware symposium on language studies. Norwood, NJ: Ablex, 1982. 83-97. Print. Salager-Meyer, Francoise. “Hedges and textual

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Promoting a Teacher Education Research-Oriented Curriculum for Initial Teacher Training in English as a Foreign Language

Works Cited BERA and RSA (British Educational Research Association and Royal Society for the Encouragement of the Arts Manufacturing and Commerce). Research and the Teaching Profession: Building the Capacity for a Self-Improving Education System. Final Report of the BERA – Inquiry to the Role of Research in Teacher Education. London: BERA and RSA. 2014. Web. 31 Oct. 2016. < > Caena, Francesca, and Umberto Margiotta. “European Teacher

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The Corpus of Historical English Law Reports 1535–1999 (CHELAR): A resource for analysing the development of English legal discourse

(eds.). Modality in specialized texts, 133-150. Bern: Peter Lang. Finegan, Edward. 1982. Form and function in testament language. In R.J. Di Pietro (ed.). Linguistics and the professions. Proceedings of the Second Annual Delaware Symposium on Language Studies, 113-120. Norwood, N. J.: Ablex. Garside, Roger. 1987. The CLAWS word-tagging system. In R. Garside, G. Leech and G. Sampson (eds.). The computational analysis of English: A corpus-based approach, 30-41. London: Longman. Geisler, Christer. 2002. Investigating

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