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The value of may as an evidential and epistemic marker in English medical abstracts

linguistics and educational technology: A study of linguistic realizations of rhetorical structure and authorial stance", Discourse Studies 10: 231-250. Salager-Meyer, Françoise 1992 "A text-type and move analysis study of verb tense and modality distribution in medical English abstracts", English for Specific Purposes 11/2: 93-113. Salkie, Raphael 1996 "Modality in English and French: A corpus-based approach", Language Sciences 18/1-2: 381-392. Van der Auwera, Johan - Vladimir A. Plungian

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The Swift and Secret Messenger: John Wilkins’s Mercury and the Paradoxes of Language

Wilkins. London: Associated University Press. Subbiondo, Joseph L. 1990. John Wilkins’s theory of the origin and development of language: Historical linguistics in 17th-century Britain. In Hans-Joseph Niederehe & Konrad Koerner (eds.), History and historiography of linguistics, 357-365. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company. Varela, Francisco J., Evan T. Thompson & Eleanor Rosch. 1991. The embodied mind: Cognitive science and human experience. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press

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The Rhetoric Structure of Research Article Abstracts in English Studies Journals

. Ozturk, Ismet. “_e Textual Organization of Research Article Introduction in Applied Linguistics: Variability within a Single Discipline.” English for Specific Purposes 26 (2007): 25-38. Pho, Phuong Dzung. “Research Article Abstracts in Applied Linguistics and Education Technology: A Study of Linguistic Realizations of Rhetoric Structure and Authorial Stance.” Discourse Studies 10.2 (2008): 231-50. Samraj, Betty. “An Exploration of a Genre Set: Research Article Abstracts and Introduction in Two Disciplines.” English for Specific Purposes

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Patterns of Pronunciation of English Interdental Fricatives by Some Yoruba Speakers of English in a Nigerian University

Inyang Udofot & Juliet Udoudom (eds.), English usage in Nigeria since 1842: Patterns and change. A festschrift for Prof. David Eka , 79–102. Uyo: Devconsort Services Ltd. Josiah, Ubong, Helen Bodunde & Esther Robert. 2012. Patterns of English pronunciation among Nigerian undergraduates: Challenges and prospects. International Journal of Business, Humanities and Technology 2(6). 109–117. Jowitt, David. 1991. Nigerian English usage: An introduction . Ibadan: Longman. Labov, William. 1963. The social motivation of a sound change. Word 19(3). 273

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The Advice Genre (1400-1599). Genre and Text Type Conventions

Press. Yw Lee, David 2001 "Genres, registers, text types, domains, and styles: Clarifying the concepts of navigating a path through the BNC jungle", Language Learning and Technology 5/3: 37-72.

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Long Lexical Bundles and Standardisation in Historical Legal Texts

References Meurman-Solin, Anneli (ed.) 1995 The Helsinki Corpus of Older Scots [HCOS]. Helsinki: University of Helsinki. Williamson, Keith 2008 The Edinburgh Corpus of Older Scots [ECOS]. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh. Ari, Omer 2006 “Review of three software programs designed to identify lexical bundles”, Language Learning and Technology 10/1: 30-37. Baron, Alistair - Paul Rayson 2008 “VARD 2: A tool for dealing with spelling variation in historical corpora”, Proceedings of

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General and Specific Culture Learning in EFL Textbooks Aimed at Adult Learners in Spain

-cultural competence, and regional awareness during study abroad: A preliminary study. Foreign Language Annals 46 (1). 62-79. doi: 10.1111/flan.12016 Weninger, Csilla & Tamas Kiss. 2013. Culture in English as a Foreign Language (EFL) textbooks: A semiotic approach. TESOL Quarterly 47(4). 694-716. doi: 10.1002/tesq.87 Whorf, Benjamin L. 1956. Science and linguistics. In John B. Carroll (ed.), Language, thought, and reality: Selected writings of Benjamin Lee Whorf, 212-214. Cambridge, MA: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press

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‘Thrilled with Chilly Horror’: A Formulaic Pattern in Gothic Fiction

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Between Habits of the Heart and Copulation of Clichés: Some Popular American Stories, Mores and Shibboleths

. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. Lundberg, Ferdinand 1992 Politicians and other scoundrels . Fort Lee, NJ: Barricade Books. MacLeish, Archibald 1962 The collected poems of Archibald MacLeish . Boston: Houghton Mifflin. Macpherson, Heidi Slettedahl 2000 Women’s movement: Escape as transgression in North American feminist fiction . Amsterdam - Atlanta, GA: Rodopi. Marx, Leo 1967 The machine in the garden: Technology and the pastoral ideal in America . New York: Oxford University Press

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