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Petra Zrníková and Mária Bujalková

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Lin Elinor Pettersson

References 3D4 Medical Essential Anatomy 5. 2018. https://3d4medical.com/apps/essential-anatomy-5 . (Accessed 2018-02-13.) Ahmad, Anmol & Farruk, Fizza. 2015. Significance of social applications on a mobile phone for English task-based language learning. Teaching English with Technology 15(2). 94-105. Byrne, Jason. 2016. Same time same place: Do MALL classrooms exist? Teaching English with Technology 3(16). 74-84. http://www.tewjornal.org . (Accessed 2018-03-05.) Grimshaw, Jennica & Cardoso, Walcir & Collins, Laura. 2017. Teacher

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Agata Rozumko

. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Alonso Almeida, Francisco & Heather Adams. 2012. Sentential evidentials in English and Spanish medical research papers. Revista de Lingüística y Lenguas Aplicadas 7. 9-21. DOI: 10.4995/rlyla.2012.1119 Beeching, Kate. 2012. Semantic change. Evidence from false friends. In Peter Lauwers, Gudrun Vanderbauwhede & Stijn Verleyen (eds.), Pragmatic markers and pragmaticalization. Lessons from false friends, 11-36. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins. DOI: 10.1075/lic.10.2.03bee Biber

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Ivalla Barrera

References Alonso-Almeida, Francisco - Mercedes Cabrera Abreu 2002 "The formulation of promise in Medieval English medical recipes: A relevance-theoretic approach", Neophilologus 86: 137-154. Alonso-Almeida, Francisco - Ruth Carroll 2004 "A new proposal for the classification of Middle English medical texts", in: Alicia Rodríguez-Álvarez - Francisco Alonso-Almeida (eds.), 21-34. Alonso-Almeida, Francisco 1998-1999 "‘Gyf hyr this medycyn’: Analysing the Middle English medical

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Katalin Doró

, Katalin. “Selling their Research: _e Linguistic Realization of Rhetoric Moves in English _esis Abstracts Written by Hungarian Undergraduates.” Romanian Journal of English Studies 10.1 (2013): 181-91. Hartley, James. “Improving the Clarity of Journal Abstracts in Psychology: _e Case for Structure.” Science Communication 24.3 (2003): 366-79. ---. “Current Findings from Research on Structured Abstracts.” Journal of Medical Library Association 92.3 (2004): 368-71. Hirano, Eliana. “Research Article Introduction in English for Specific Purposes

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Alicia Rodríguez-Álvarez

J. R. (pp. 11-13.) Price, Owen 1665 The vocal organ, or a new art of teaching the English orthographie. Oxford: printed by William Hall, for Amos Curteyne. (pp. 36-38.) Price, Owen 1668 English orthographie or the art of right spelling, reading, pronouncing, and writing all sorts of English words. Oxford: Printed by Henry Hall, for Francis Titon. (pp. 41-43.) Smith, John 1683 The mystery of rhetorick unveil'd. London: Printed for George Eversden. (pp. 245

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Ghaleb Rabab’ah and Ronza Abu Rumman

& Communication. 10.3 (1990) 185-205. Print. Hubler, Axel. Understatements and Hedges in English. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 1983. Print. Hyland, Ken. “Hedging in Academic Writing and EAP Textbooks.” English for Specific Purposes. 13.3 (1994) 239-256. Print. ---. Hedging in Scientific Research Articles. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 1998. Print. Jalilifar, Alireza and Maryam Alavi. “Power and Politics of Language Use: A Survey of Hedging Devices in Political Interviews.” The Journal of Teaching Language

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Victor Martinelli and Deidre Fenech

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