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Petra Zrníková and Mária Bujalková

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Parviz Ahmadi Darani, Mohamad Hassan Tahririan and Akbar Afghary

Academic Purposes 6(3). 206–221. Cotos, Elena, Huffman, Sarah and Stephanie Link. 2015. Furthering and Applying Move/Step Constructs Technology-Driven Marshalling of Swalesian Genre Theory for EAP Pedagogy. Journal of English for Academic Purposes 19. 52–72. Fallahi, Mohammad and Ali Mobasher. 2007. Genre Analysis of Introduction Section of English and Persian Articles in Mechanics. Journal of Teaching English Language and Literature 1(2). 59–74. Fakhri, Ahmed. 2004. Rhetorical Properties of Arabic Research Article Introductions. Journal of

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Łukasz Grabowski

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Alireza Jalilifar, Seyedeh Elham Elhambakhsh and Peter R. White

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Tatiana Permyakova and Tatiana Utkina

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Milada Walková

: English for Specific Purposes, 2015, roč. 40, s. 11 – 26. SWALES, John M.: Configuring image and context: Writing ‘about’pictures. In: English for Specific Purposes, 2016, roč. 41, s. 22 – 35. WETTE, Rosemary – HAWKEN, Susan J.: Measuring gains in an EMP course and the perspectives of language and medical educators as assessors. In: English for Specific Purposes, 2016, roč. 42, 38 – 49. YATES, Lynda – DAHM, Maria R. – ROGER, Peter – CARTMILL, John: Developing rapport in inter-professional communication: Insights for international medical graduates. In

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Amin Karimnia and Mohammad Reza Khodashenas

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Alireza Jalilifar, Elham Saleh and Alexanne Don

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Dmytro Borys

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Adetoun Olubanke Oladele and Isaac Taiwo Oladele

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