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The Rhetoric Structure of Research Article Abstracts in English Studies Journals

English L1 and L2 and Castilian Spanish L1 Writers.” Journal of English for Academic Purposes 10 (2011): 238-51. Simon, Ellen and Miriam Taverniers. ---. “Advanced EFL Learners’ Beliefs about Language Learning and Teaching: a Comparison between Grammar, Pronunciation, and Vocabulary.” English Studies 92.8 (2011): 896-922. Stotesbury, Hilkka. “Evaluation in Research Article Abstracts in the Narrative and Hard Sciences.” Journal of English for Academic Purposes 2 (2003): 327-41. Suntara, Watinee and Siriluck Usaha. “Research Article

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

communicative function in medical English written discourse.” English for Specific Purposes 3 (1994), 49-170. Print. Samaie, Mahmoud, Fereshteh Khosravian and Mahnaz Boghayeri. “The frequency and types of hedges in research article Introductions by Persian and English native authors.” Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences 98 (2014), 1678-1685. Print. Takimoto, Masahiro. “Assertions and lexical invisibility in EFL learners’ academic essays.” Journal of Pragmatics 89 (2015), 85-99. Print. Vassileva, Irena. Commitment and

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